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  • Just in time for International Pinotage Day!

    Half case of South African Pinotage on offer!

    The 2nd Saturday every October celebrates South Africa's own grape varietal, Pinotage. Wineries producing Pinotage in SA mark the International Pinotage Day with events, promotions and wine tastings.

    The grape produces deep red wine with cherry, tobacco, liquorice and earthy flavours. Despite its reputation, good quality Pinotage should not smell of acetone! Carefully produced and aged, it should have aromas of red and dark fruit, graphite, coffee and chocolate.


    History of Pinotage

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    The varietal was created in 1925 by South African, Abraham Izak Perold. Perold was the first Professor of Viticulture at Stellenbosch University. Attempting to combine the best qualities of Cinsault (called Hermitage in SA) and Pinot Noir, Perold's experiments resulted in a grape that was easy to grow but not necessarily easy to work with when creating great wines.

    Future of Pinotage

    Black grapes on a vine

    While the majority of Pinotage is produced in South Africa, the wine is experiencing a revival with winemakers around the globe taking up the challenge of creating a great Pinotage.

    The latest vineyard to experiment with this grape is Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens in Horsham, so within five years, we could be seeing an English Pinotage!


    Half Case of Pinotage now only £60!

    Half case of South African Pinotage

    We have selected 6 wines we believe best exemplify the unique Pinotage grape, from wineries in Cape Town, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Swartland and the far Northern Cape.

    For a short time, we are offering this half case at a 19% discount.


    Rickety Bridge
    Pinotage
    2016

    A bottle of Rickety Bridge Pinotage

    Usually £11.99

    A classic Pinotage with a velvety palate, well-integrated tannins and hints of smokiness and chocolate. A total of 12 months of barrel maturation.

    Orange River Cellars
    Pinotage
    2014

    A bottle of Orange River Cellars Pinotage

    Usually £6.99

    Deep red, earthy colouring. Fresh dark berry aromas on the nose. The palate layers raspberries, blackcurrant, nutmeg and a small amount of earthiness at the end.

    La Couronne
    Pinotage
    2016

    A bottle of La Couronne Pinotage

    Usually £11.99

    A rich full-bodied wine with an earthy aroma and dark fruits. The palate is smooth and succulent with touches of spice, brambles, dark cherry and blackcurrant. A classic Pinotage from the heart of Franschhoek.

    Swartland Winery
    Founder's Pinotage
    2016

    A bottle of Swartland Wineries Pinotage

    Usually £8.99

    An earthy Pinotage from the Swartland region of South Africa. A purple red colour in the glass. Brambly notes and deep red fruit on the palate. Bright red fruit, liquorice and spice on the nose.

    Lanzerac
    Pinotage
    2014

    A bottle of Lanzerac Pinotage

    Usually £14.99

    Full-bodied with plums and ripe dark fruits. Balanced oaking and a rounded mouth feel. Complex with good levels of tannin structure allowing for excellent ageing potential over the next 10 years.

    Groot Constantia
    Pinotage
    2016

    A bottle of Groot Constantia Pinotage

    Usually £18.49

    A traditional style of Pinotage. A deep purple, red colour. A rich juicy palate with earthy farmyard qualities and full dark fruits. This wine has good ageing potential.


    Don't delay! Make sure you purchase your case today at £60!

  • South African Sweet Wine Awards

    WineMag.co.za Launches Inaugural South African Sweet Wine Report

    South African Sweet Wines have been pitted against one another and an international contender in the inaugural WineMag.co.za Sweet Wine Report. The South African Wines proved their quality and according to the Report they "can stand alongside the same from anywhere in the world" with very good results.

    The inaugural Sweet Wine Report focused on wines in the categories of Natural Sweet, Noble Late Harvest, Straw Wine, Hanepoot and Muscadel.

    Wines were tasted blind by the panel of three with scoring done according to the 100-point quality scale.

    For more on the report, visit WineMag.co.za.

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    To see which of the award-winning Sweet Wines Hard to Find Wines has available, read on!

    NOBLE LATE HARVEST

    GlenWood
    Grand Duc Noblesse NV
    £19.99

    GlenWood Grand Duc Noblesse NV

    91 Points
    Stunning dessert wine produced from Semillon and a dash of Sauvignon Blanc, cosseted in oak for 3 years. Hedonistic yet superbly balanced with deep layers of kumquat, honey and fynbos.

    Buitenverwachting
    1769
    2015
    £17.99

    A bottle of Buitenverwachting 1769 2015

    93 Points
    Noble Late Harvest dessert wine produced by Buitenverwachting in Cape Town's Constantia Wine Route. Honey and apricot embrace a sweet sticky liquid with a lingering sugary aftertaste.


    STRAW WINE

    Orange River Cellars
    Straw Wine
    2014
    £9.99

    A bottle of Orange River Cellars Straw Wine

    91 Points
    The grapes for this wine were air dried for 3 weeks before crushing. Allowed to ferment in second fill 225-litre oak barrels. Amber colouration with white stone fruit and peach and just a gentle hint of spiced almonds.


    MUSCADEL

    Orange River Cellars
    Red Muscadel NV
    £9.99

    A bottle of Orange River Cellars Red Muscadel

    91 Points
    Orange-red colouration, a lighter style of fortified wine. Raisins and sultanas with a light fruity sweetness and just a hint of orange peel.

    Orange River Cellars
    White Muscadel NV
    £9.99

    A bottle of Orange River Cellars White Muscadel

    90 Points
    A deep golden hue, intense ripe fruit blossom and dried figs. Light and fresh with a balanced sweetness.

  • Great Discounts on Te Herā Wines!

    Ask us who produces the most exquisite Pinot Noir in the Martinborough region of New Zealand and we would have to say Te Herā!

    Te Herā is a family business producing a small range of handcrafted wines.

    Thirteen acres of vines were originally planted at Te Herā in 1996. The unique soil structure with underlying gravel deposits together with the cooling winds, low rainfall and long dry Autumns of Martinborough's microclimate, allow Te Herā to grow premium quality grapes. The fruit is then expertly handcrafted to produce their Kiritea and Reserve Pinot Noir.

    Te Herā uses organic management practices and has designed its vineyard practices to have minimal impact on the environment and to ensure the sustainability of their crops.

    The estate has been fully certified organic by Biogro NZ since their 2010 vintage and the wines have been fully certified since 2013.

    We have now discounted our Te Herā Wines for a short time! Take a look below and make sure you don't miss out!

    Te Herā
    Kiritea Pinot Noir
    2012

    A bottle of Te Hera Kiritea Pinot Noir 2012

    Was £14.99 - Now £9.99
    Redcurrant with a hint of ripened strawberries and eucalyptus on the nose. Deliciously smooth with vibrant fruit on the palate followed by layers of dark cherry and tobacco. Fine, elegant and with just enough acidity and tannins to balance against the berry flavours.

    Te Herā
    Reserve Pinot Noir
    2014

    A bottle of Te Hera Reserve Pinot Noir 2014

    Was £23.99 - Now £19.99
    A refined ruby colouration, gentle warmth on the nose coupled with blackcurrants and brambles. Cherries and plums initially on the palate opening to sweeter redcurrant fruit. The 16 months in French oak barrels adds a textured feel to the wine without overpowering. Drinking now but will improve over the next ten years.

    Order yours by 11.59pm on Sunday, 14 October to take advantage of this special offer.

  • GlenWood Vineyards' Recent Awards

    On Thursday, 4 October and Saturday, 6 October, DP Burger of GlenWood Vineyards in Franschhoek, South Africa will be hosting events with Hard To Find Wines in celebration of GlenWood's award-winning wines.

    To give some perspective on how excellent their wines are, here are some of GlenWood Vineyards' recent awards.

     


     

     

     Glenwood - Chardonnay - Vigneron's Selection - 2015

    Vigneron’s Selection Chardonnay 2016

    - Decanter World Wine Awards – Silver
    - International Wine and Spirits Competition – Silver
    - South African Wine Index – Platinum (95+)
    - Prescient Chardonnay Report – 92 points
    - Franschhoek Appellation Grand Prestige Status
    - Chardonnay du Monde – Silver
    - Vitis Vinifera – Gold
    - Winemag Chardonnay Report – 92 points

    A bottle of GlenWood Grand Duc Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Grand Duc Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    - SA Terroir Wine Awards – Best in District
    - Platter’s 4.5* (92 points)

    GlenWood Grand Duc Noblesse NV

    Grand Duc Noblesse 2014

    - Winemag Sweet Wine report – 90 points

    Would you like to learn of previous awards won by GlenWood? Take a look at one of our previous blog posts.

    For more information on our upcoming London and Shropshire GlenWood events, visit our blog here. Book your tickets - don't delay!

  • Hard To Find Wines welcomes Iona Wines!

    Iona Wines, owned by Andrew and Roxy Gunn, is situated at 420m above sea-level in the Elgin Valley in South Africa and is proud to be the coolest vineyard in South Africa.

    Planting began in 1998, with Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot the first vines planted. These were followed by Chardonnay, Semillon and Pinot Noir. Shortly after Iona's first vintage in 2001, they became one of South Africa’s top producers of Sauvignon Blanc.

    Iona’s close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and the prevailing southerly winds result in their grapes ripening up to two months later than other Cape vineyards.

     

    Andrew says, "Wines are made in the vineyard, and the best wines come from cool to moderate temperature climes, with low summer rainfall and low potential soils."

    An aerial view at Iona Wines in Elgin, South Africa

    Sustainable Practices

    To ensure the wines they produce are lively, Iona uses no synthetic fertilisers, snail pellets or insecticides in their vineyards. All compost is created using biodynamic methods and preparations, including manure produced by Iona's five cows!

    Winter cover crops of legumes, oats and clovers grow between the vineyard rows. These are used to nourish and mulch the vineyards in turn.

    Chickens at Iona Wines

    Philosophy

    Owners Andrew and Rozy put all their focus and passion into Iona. Everything is done in-house as a result.

    The team at Iona strives to make wine that "expresses the soils and climate as closely as possible, making use of sustainable farming methods and to maximise the use of natural products in farming and winemaking."

    Wines

    A bottle of Iona One Man Band

    Iona Wines
    One Man Band 2011
    £24.99

    Elegant with ripe, juicy red and black fruit. Lovely white pepper and sweet, exotic spice on the nose. The entry is intense, with underlying cedar wood, followed by a long savoury, earthy finish with fine-grained tannins.
    Shiraz 57%, Merlot 15%, Cabernet Sauvignon 9%, Petit Verdot 9%, Mataro 7%, Viognier 3%.

    A bottle of Iona Sauvignon Blanc

    Iona Wines
    Sauvignon Blanc 2017
    £12.99

    Beautiful purity of limes and ripe gooseberry, with tropical, floral and fine herbal notes, ruby grapefruit and white pear drop on the finish. This cool climate Sauvignon blanc is vibrant, mineral, elegant, balanced and delicate, with a long, layered and complex length.

    A bottle of Iona Chardonnay

    Iona Wines
    Chardonnay 2017
    £19.99

    Stylish and Burgundian with lime and lemon undertones.
    Bright citrus, oyster shell minerality, and a hint of almonds and biscuit brioche on the finish.
    Beautiful floral notes and bright fresh acidity persist.

    A bottle of Iona Pinot Noir

    Iona Wines
    Pinot Noir 2014
    £21.99

    Succulent black cherry aroma, bright but delicate and hints of forest floor, with underlying floral and spicy notes. On the palate, the wine is powerful, with silk-textured length.

    A bottle of Iona Solace Syrah

    Iona Wines
    Solace 2015
    £21.99

    Red berry fruit, spiced with white pepper and floral notes. Supple, intense palate with fine matched by fruit depth.

  • Announcing the GlenWood Event Menu!

    The amazing 7-course menu created by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush for our GlenWood event in Shropshire on Saturday, 6 October has just been released! Here it is, to whet your appetite:

    Canapes
    Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2017
    In-house made biltong with Wrekin Blue on salt and rosemary focaccia croutes
    Ras el hanout chicken with preserved lemon yoghurt and pickled vegetables
    Arancini with Parmesan and salsa verde


     

    Bread
    Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
    In-house made bread with smoked butter and salsa verde


     

    Starter
    Vignerons Selection Chardonnay 2015
    Pumpkin gnocchi served with Pecorino Romano and amaretti biscuits


     

    Mid
    Merlot 2016
    Pressed pork terrine, crackling crumbed quail egg, rosemary and apple jelly
    - Strawberry Field Farm woodland-reared Oxford Sandy and Black pigs -


     

    Main
    Vignerons Selection Shiraz 2015
    Pit-smoked Berber spiced lamb shoulder, vine tomato reduction, pickled vegetables, mint and preserved lemon giant couscous
    - Strawberry Field Farm award-winning Shropshire lamb -


     

    Cheese course
    Grand duc Syrah 2014
    Warm three cheese rarebit with pickled figs


     

    Pudding
    Grand Duc Noblesse NV
    Torta caprese with zabaglione and poached pear sorbet


     

    Buy your tickets now to make sure you secure your place at the table!

    Food and wine pairing: £80 per person
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B: £175 per person

    Or call us on 01746 389 749 or email sales@htfwines.co.uk for more information.

  • Meet GlenWood Vineyards' Cellar Master, DP Burger In Person

    Celebrate GlenWood Wines with Cellar Master, DP Burger, in October!

    Join DP Burger for two exclusive evenings!

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 4 October 2018 in London from 6pm

    An Evening of Food and Wine
    Saturday, 6 October at High Grosvenor in Shropshire from 7pm


    DP Burger has been at GlenWood Vineyards since 1991 and has developed the farm from the start. His family has lived in Franschhoek for five generations. DP's great-great-grandfather witnessed and recorded the departure of the last elephant from the Franschhoek valley in 1868!

    Learn more about DP's history with GlenWood and his passion for wine on another recent blog post.

    A photo of DP Burger, winemaker at GlenWood Vineyards in his cellar


    Venues

    Meet the Cellar Master
    Thursday, 4 October 2018
    6-9pm
    The Chesterfield Mayfair, London

    An evening of wine tasting and canapés hosted by DP Burger, showcasing the full range of GlenWood wines as well as back vintages.

    The evening will be held at The Chesterfield Mayfair, 35 Charles Street, Mayfair London W1J 5EB starting at 6pm.

    Tickets
    £10 per person

    For here for more information and tickets.


    An Evening of Food and Wine with GlenWood
    Saturday, 6 October 2018
    7pm
    High Grosvenor, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

    Starting at 7pm, DP will introduce GlenWood's wines paired with a carefully planned and prepared menu designed by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush.

    The evening will be held at Hard To Find Wines' Tasting Room with accommodation available in our beautiful, newly renovated 16th Century Tudor house, High Grosvenor, for those who would like the option of accommodation on-site. Contact us for details of other nearby accommodation.

    Tickets
    Food and wine pairing: £80 per person
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B: £175 per person

    For more information and tickets:

    Food and wine pairing tickets
    Food and wine pairing with one night's B&B tickets

    High Grosvenor, our beautiful, newly-renovated, 16th Century Tudor


    Menu

    An amazing 7-course menu has been created by Tom Kearns of Fresh & Lush for our GlenWood event in Shropshire on Saturday, 6 October 2018.

    Canapes
    Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2017
    In-house made biltong with Wrekin Blue on salt and rosemary focaccia croutes
    Ras el hanout chicken with preserved lemon yoghurt and pickled vegetables
    Arancini with Parmesan and salsa verde

    Bread
    Unoaked Chardonnay 2016
    In-house made bread with smoked butter and salsa verde

    Starter
    Vignerons Selection Chardonnay 2015
    Pumpkin gnocchi served with Pecorino Romano and amaretti biscuits

    Mid
    Merlot 2016
    Pressed pork terrine, crackling crumbed quail egg, rosemary and apple jelly
    - Strawberry Field Farm woodland-reared Oxford Sandy and Black pigs -

    Main
    Vignerons Selection Shiraz 2015
    Pit-smoked Berber spiced lamb shoulder, vine tomato reduction, pickled vegetables, mint and preserved lemon giant couscous
    - Strawberry Field Farm award-winning Shropshire lamb -

    Cheese course
    Grand Duc Syrah 2014
    Warm three cheese rarebit with pickled figs

    Pudding
    Grand Duc Noblesse NV
    Torta caprese with zabaglione and poached pear sorbet


    For tickets and enquiries, please see our website or email sales@htfwines.co.uk.

    Do not delay! Spaces are limited.

  • Meet DP Burger of GlenWood: an Interview

    On 4 and 6 October 2018, Hard To Find Wines will welcome DP Burger, Cellar Master of GlenWood Vineyards in Franschhoek, South Africa, to the UK to host two events. One will be hosted in London and the other at High Grosvenor in Shropshire.

    Keep an eye on our social media or sign up for our newsletters to learn more about how to book for these events when details are released.

    In advance of these highly anticipated events, we put a few questions to DP to learn more about him and his history at GlenWood.

    Question: How did you get into the industry?

    My entire time growing up, I was always getting my hands dirty in the soil. I was born and raised on a farm in Franschhoek and as a 4thgeneration French Huguenot, agriculture has always been in my blood. I completed my school career at Boland Agricultural High School in Paarl, where my son, Divan, has just been enrolled. After that, I completed a Diploma in Viticulture at Elsenburg Agricultural College in Stellenbosch. THIS IS WHAT I WAS BORN TO DO.

    Question: Tell us about a highlight you particularly enjoyed at GlenWood?

    Harvesting time is always so fulfilling!!!!!!! This is when everything, all hard work of 11 months, comes together and I can get the feeling of how the wines will turn out. Exciting to say the least.

    Question: How does the unique setting of GlenWood affect the wines you create?

    GlenWood’s terroir brings something extremely unique to the viti- and viniculture processes. We have 6 different soil types on the farm and a microclimate truly unique to this special valley. This all contributes to wines with their own strong characters and is one of the reasons I have been with GlenWood for 27 years. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any vintner and at present it is all MINE.

    Question: What is special about the way GlenWood creates wines?

    My approach has always been “let the terroir do the work and only guide it through its paces”. I believe in minimal interference and true characteristically vinified wines. As an example, Chardonnay should taste like a Chardonnay you have never tasted before!

    Question: What sets GlenWood wines apart from other wines?

    Again, without hesitation, I will point to our unique terroir which is nowhere to be found, not even 7 kilometres away in the main Franschhoek Valley. I always describe these wines in a single sentence, “you can taste the GlenWood soil in each and every one of them”. Never will I be arrogant to say it is the best in the world, but without hesitation, I will point out that GlenWood Wines are special and unique to only this special little unknown valley near Franschhoek.

    Question: Which is your favourite GlenWood wine? Tell us why.

    An extremely unfair question as I like them all! On a serious note, I get this question a lot and answer as follow, “it all depends on my mood, what am I eating, outside temperature and, most importantly, what do I feel like enjoying”.

    Question: Tell us about a challenging moment in the story of GlenWood and how it was overcome.

    My biggest curveball was on 15 February 2018 when we were struck by a massive hail storm. 80% of our premium Chardonnay, Semillon and Merlot were destroyed, leaving me with the scrapes to vinify. This was truly an ultimate low for me as all the hard work was literarily lying on the ground. We pulled together believing that God had a plan and WOW! The wines we managed to make from these grapes are UNBELIEVABLE, to say the least. Best you get the orders in as there are not many bottles made from the 2018 vintage!

    Question: What about wine are you most passionate?

    Most definitely the entire industry. Wine builds bridges and I have been so privileged to see the world with a bottle of GlenWood in my hands. I have made friends all over the globe and every time we get together there WILL BE WINE INVOLVED! Where do you get such a great job?

    Question: What do you do on your day off?

    As a proud dad, my son Divan just received his Western Province colours for Deep Sea Angling and is now a proud Western Province Angler with me! We spend hours on the ocean fishing on our boat Double D. I am also an Arabian horse fanatic and obtained my Western Province colours earlier this year as an endurance rider. This follows some time after my wife Mariska and daughter Kristie who managed this achievement two years ago already. Life is all about balance and I enjoy my off, away from wine, time.

    Question: What off-the-beaten-track secret can you divulge about Franschhoek for Hard To Find Wines visitors?

    Franschhoek is a fantastic must-visit destination in South Africa! While in this beautiful valley please take the drive down the short gravel road to GlenWood where I promise you an unforgettable food & wine experience! I will be delighted to host you.

    Question: Tell us an unusual or memorable wine tale.

    I started with Alastair Wood on GlenWood in 1991 developing the farm from scratch. Every vine, every pole have some of my sweat on it, which makes the first ever bottle of Chardonnay produced in 2000 a very special bottle of wine. I still have this bottle in my collection and vouched to open it the day I retire from this fantastic farm.

    Question: What’s next for GlenWood?

    We always strive to deliver a personal flavour somewhere along the line. The upcoming season will be something for the books with the NEW Food & Wine Experience offer to be released soon. Good food with excellent wine…………………………..what can beat that?

  • Win a Case of South African Sparkling Wines

    To celebrate summer, we are giving away a selection of some of the best sparkling wines South Africa has to offer!

    All six bottles are produced using the Methode Cap Classique process used in producing Champagne. The result is top quality Sparkling Wines with a fine mousse and lots of flavour.

    Enter by clicking here.

     


     

    The six bottle mixed case includes:

    - Pierre Jourdan Brut
    - Klein Constantia Brut
    - Le Lude Brut
    - Lanzerac Blanc de Blancs
    - Pierre Jourdan Belle Rose
    - Stony Brook Bailey Rose

    Enter our South African Sparkling Wine Competition now to stand a chance to win this case of excellent SA Sparkling Wines!

    Click here to enter online.

    If you can't wait for the competition to end, you can purchase your own case here for a discounted price of £100!


     

    Competition is open to UK residents only. You must be over 18 to enter. No purchase necessary. Competition closes 31 August 2018. See full Terms and Conditions when you enter.

  • New Domaines Vinsmoselle Wines In Stock!

    Hard To Find Wines is delighted to announce the arrival of new wines from Domaines Vinsmoselle in Luxembourg!

    Domaines Vinsmoselle is a co-operative of wineries founded in 1921, situated in the Moselle Valley in Luxembourg.

    Although less well known than other European winemaking regions, Luxembourg produces high-quality, Alsatian-style wines. Primarily white grape varietals are grown, such as Pinot Gris, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, and Auxerrois. However, Pinot Noir is also grown to produce supple, fruity red wines and some sparkling wine blends.

    The rising star amongst Luxembourg wines is Cremant de Luxembourg, a sparkling wine produced using traditional methods. Only grapes grown in Luxembourg are allowed to bear this designation.


    Save 10% on your order of any of our Domaines Vinsmoselle wines!

    Place your order by Sunday, 2 September and received a 10% discount.


    Poll Fabaire Cuvee Schengen Brut
    £14.41
    Was £15.99

    A bottle of Domaines Vinsmoselle Poll Fabaire Brut

    The label "Cremant de Luxembourg" was introduced in 1991. The appellation "Cremant" refers to bottle-fermented sparkling wines made from grapes grown in certain French wine-producing areas that are not in the Champagne region. The grapes for the Poll Fabraire Brut come from the Schengen region and have gone through the traditional double fermentation process to produce a wonderful sparkling wine with lively bubbles and a crisp dry finish.

    Edmond de la Fontaine Pinot Noir 2016
    £16.21

    Was £17.99

    A bottle of Domaines Vinsmoselle Chateau Edmond de la Fontaine Pinot Noir

    A brilliant ruby red in the glass. Its nose is spicy with notes of sour cherry and wild berries, coupled with hints of chocolate and vanilla. On the palate, this wine is full, warm and fruity. Its balanced structure and well wrapped-up tannins give it its distinctive personality.

    Elbling Rose 2017
    £9.00

    Was £9.99

    21127x30_Elbling Vin Rosé AOP 75cl sans millésime

    A fresh and lively, beautifully light rose with only 10.5% alcohol. Cherry and strawberry aromas, hints of grenadine in the nose characterize this salmon-coloured rose. Cherry aromas remain present on the palate. An easy-drinking rose that goes well with every occasion.

    Pinot Gris Premier Cru 2017
    £12.60
    Was £13.99

    A bottle of Domaines Vinsmoselle Pinot Gris Premier Cru

    A typical Pinot Gris, full-bodied, concentrated and aromatic with aromas of smoke, spice, honey, and leather. A full-bodied, complex palate.

    Rivaner 2017
    £9.00
    Was £9.99

    A bottle of Domaines Vinsmoselle Rivaner

    A delicate palate of green apple and ripened melon. Refreshing and light, this white wine is perfect when paired with salads and fish dishes.


    Save 10% on your order of any of our Domaines Vinsmoselle wines!

    Place your order by Sunday, 2 September and received a 10% discount.

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