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Penfolds Grange 2009

Other - This wine shows why Grange is revered the world over. Assertive and yet alluring, there are bright, juicy fruit flavours followed by delightfully perfumed aromatics and layers of dark chocolate, dried fruit and spice.

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Château Leoville Las Cases

Other - It is massively concentrated with sweet confit-like blackcurrant and kirsch fruit overlaying mineral leafy edginess. It is wonderfully precise with immense purity, superb elegance and length. This can sit quietly in the cellar for 12 -15 years.

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Château Ducru Beaucaillou 2010

Other - A complex wine with aromas of rounded fruit, savoury oak and spice notes. The palate is dense with ripe black fruit flavours and has a lovely weight in the mouth with powerful tannins. This wine has excellent ageing potential.

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Bollinger R.d.

Other - R.D. stands for "Récemment Dégorgé", recently disgorged: Madame Bollinger created this legendary vintage in 1967, giving the world the opportunity to taste a champagne aged on lees for an exceptionally long time.

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Prunier 1986 Single Vintage Cognac

Other - For more than 20 years the House of Prunier has been offering old cognacs directly from the cask at natural strength.  Usually this means three or four hundred bottles per vintage. A fine spirit at its natural strength.

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Louis Roederer Cristal

Other - From award-winning Wine Enthusiast's Winemaker of the Year Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon comes the iconic Cristal.  Intense and refined it has notes of apricot, hazelnut and Danish pastries. It's is a champagne for the ultimate celebration.

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Château Climens

Other - On the palate, there is ample botrytis, some spicy, cinnamon notes and a concentration of richness with stone fruit character, luscious intensity and a solidity through the palate that is lifted by a keen acid backbone.

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The Oldie Mixed Case - Issue 345

Other - The cellars at Knott Towers (ok, the wine rack under the stairs) are not laden with dusty bottles from fabled vintages. I have a few distinguished wines, but – for the most part – I keep wines there that I want to drink over the next few months.

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Jim Barry - The Armagh Shiraz

Other - The name ‘Armagh’ was bestowed by Irish settlers in Australia who named the rolling hills after their homeland. Fine grained, integrated tannins are complimented by flavours of redcurrants, black cherries and liquorice.

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White

Bestselling Mixed Case

Other - With over 1000 wines to choose from, these are the wines you bought the most. Did you know that in 2016 you bought over a million bottles of red and over 900k of white wine from WaitroseCellar.

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Bollinger La Grande Annee Rose

Other - Madame Bollinger agreed to a Bollinger rosé under one condition, it had to be extraordinary. The unique blend between a great vintage champagne and a red wine from a unique plot, the legendary Côte aux Enfants.

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Classic Clarets

Other - Wines from Bordeaux don't have to cost an arm and a leg and this case is a perfect example of what this great region can produce when you don't want to spend over £10 a bottle. Exceptional value and remarkable quality in one case.