• Wine and Cheese : Guide


    12 October 2010
    A guide of what wines go with what cheeses and why they can go so well together.

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  • Mt Difficulty Pinot Noir 'Roaring Meg'†and Prosecco Extra Dry Borgo del Col Alto : Great Offer


    29 September 2010

    Prosecco Extra Dry Borgo del Col Alto†-†N.V.



    Sparkling Sparkling Wine75 cl Bottle

    Fashionable Italian Prosecco produced in the Veneto region with the chic Borgo Col del Alto packaging. Pale light yellow colour, with fine mousse. Delicately fruity, slightly aromatic bouquet with hints of flowers among which honey and wild apple scents are perceived. It is well balanced and light.

    £113.88 £105.48 for 12 bottles
    £9.49 £8.79 per bottle
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    Mt Difficulty Pinot Noir 'Roaring Meg'†-†2008



    New Zealand Red Wine75 cl Bottle This wine exhibits a lovely mix of red and black berry fruits with further complexity gained from oak spice. The wine has a sweet berry entry which displays these same characters in abundance. Tannins rise gracefully out of the mid-palate to finish the wine these are balanced by the wine's natural acidity and fruit, to produce a long fruit-driven finish.

    £203.88 £167.88 for 12 bottles
    £16.99 £13.99 per bottle
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  • Wine in the press


    30 August 2010
    Oddbins receiving a quality press review, highlighting there quality selection. Ciconia 2009 (£8.99 or £7.19 as part of a mixed dozen), Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc 2009 (£12.99 or £10.39 as part of a mixed dozen) and 2009 Adra Verdejo, Rueda, Spain, 12 per cent A rounded, perfumed wine with green apple and pear flavours. £7.99, but £6.39 as part of a mixed dozen. To check out the review and the quality wines click here.
  • Italian - Scanavino Barbaresco DOCG 2006


    13 July 2010
    Fantastic crimson-purple colour, this prestigious Barbaresco offers oak, liquorice and black fruit on the complex nose.

    Scanavino Barbaresco DOCGBarbaresco is situated in the Piedmont region of Italy in the north of the country, and is produced using the indigenous Nebbiolo grape. It was granted Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) status in 1966 and Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita status 1980. Barbaresco is one of the most famous and prestigious wines produced in Italy.

    Normal £19.99
    Special Offer £8.99

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