July Eastern Europe Mixed Case (6)

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Sepp Gruner Veltliner (Austria) (Organic) (sustainable) - £11.99

Delicate aromas of pear, kiwi, apricot and white spice. On the palate stone fruit flavours and white pepper lead to a gently textured, mineral and citrus finish.

Kardos Furmint (Hungary) (sustainable) - £11.99

From 20 year old vines grown in the south facing Arany Sajgó vineyard on volcanic white zeolite soil. The grapes are hand harvested, and the wine is fermented and aged in stainless steel. The Lees are left in the tanks to add a richness to the wine.

Pale green in colour with an intense nose. Fresh, with notes of gooseberry, pear and lime. which follow through on the palate. Dry and beautifully crisp with an elegant minerality which keeps the wine in balance.

Verus Pinot Gris (Slovenia) - £15.99

A project started in 2007 by 3 friends. The 12 hectare vineyards are located around Ormoz in the appellation of Styria (Stajerska) on the Jeruzalem-Ormoz hills close to the Hungarian-Croatian borders. The cool climate here is influenced by the Alps, the Adriatic Sea and the Pannonian Plain.

Fresh pear, gentle spices and citrus flavours on the nose. Soft acid, stone fruit character and minerality on the palate.

Schuchmann Saperavi (Georgia) (sustainable) - £13.99
German-born Burkhard Schuchmann founded his eponymous winery in 2008 after falling in love with Georgian wines and feeling compelled to share them on a global scale. All their wines are produced in a clean modern European style with varietal purity.

Inky coloured with aromas and flavours of fresh red and black fruit and hints of spice. A nice underpinning of acidity and well integrated tannins round out this excellent food wine.

Pittnauer Velvet Zweigelt/Blaufrankisch (Austria) (biodynamic) - £14.99

Gerhard Pittnauer is undoubtedly one of the stars of the Austrian winemaking scene, producing a host of powerful reds which showcase the quality of Austria’s indigenous grape varieties.

His ‘Velvet’ is a form of introduction to Austrian reds. A blend of Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch, it is soft and spicy with those trademark ‘velvety’ tannins


Domaine de Tourelles (Lebanon) - £12.99
In Bekaa Valley Domaine des Tourelles was founded in 1868 by French adventurer François-Eugène Brun and is now run by two local families that took over in 2003. This is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Cinsault, it is medium bodied and velvety smooth.
A traditional blend, aged in cocrete. Deep ruby red with fantastically expressive aromas of cherries, cedar wood, rosemary and cloves. A rich savoury palate with lots of Morello cherry and blackberry flavours, some earthy spice and fine tannins. A wine packed with flavour and heritage.