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  1. Christmas Wines for UK non-mainland delivery

    There's still time to order your Christmas Wines for non-mainland UK delivery; for your own drinking or if you're thinking of sending a fine wine gift to someone special who you cannot see. Please order by midday Friday 18th
  2. Classic French Wines for Christmas

    As we approach the end of a tumultuous year, many of us are cautiously welcoming the opportunity to share in some seasonal cheer, good food, fine wine and companionship. And when it comes to fine wine, our French Classic Wine Selection will add a certain je ne sais quoi to enhance your joie de vivre. Discover our great
  3. Christmas Wines, Port, Champagne and Sparkling Wines

    Treat yourself or someone special with seasonal fine wines from our Christmas wine selection, wooden gift cases and e-cards. Plus, themed mixed six-packs with savings of up to £50 - guaranteed to take the strain out of your wine buying. Our Christmas
  4. Christmas Fine Wine Cases & Gifts

    We have a great range of
  5. Penfolds New releases

    As one of the UK's leading suppliers of Penfolds wines, we are delighted to announce that we have just taken stock of the much anticipated 2020 Penfolds Collection into our cellars. Each unique wine in Penfold's stable has the estate's unmistakably brilliant house style, derived from the finest vineyard sites in South Australia, and each provides the ultimate expressions of Australia’s most legendary wines. The origins of the Penfolds estate are set firmly in the medical s
  6. A New and Improved Cadman Fine Wines

    We are excited to officially unveil the new and improved Cadman Fine Wines, complete with the launch of our freshly-designed website and a new look logo. Having progressed substantially since our inception in 2004, we are determined to continue evolving at the fast-paced rate of today’s world, which is why we thought it was about time that our online offering and brand reflected our ambitions. For this reason, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to research and discover ways in which we can improve the customer experience we offer. 
  7. Pouilly-Fuissé gains Premier Cru recognition

    Twenty-two climats (‘plots of vines’ in Burgundian speak) have finally just been given Premier Cru status in recognition of their fine Chardonnay terroirs in southern Burgundy. Despite the wines of Pouilly-Fuissé being widely lauded down the years (including comparisons with the likes of Meursault and Montrachet), they have not had their just desserts in terms of official recognition, and before September 3rd the southern Mâconnais region (Burgundy’s most southerly) was the only Burgundian region to lack a vineyard hierarchy.
  8. Bollinger’s Brand new wine – the PN VZ 15 NV

    Bollinger’s PN VZ 15 NV is a brand new wine from Bollinger and the first addition to the range in over a decade, released in 2020. As the name implies, PN VZ 15 is a 100% Pinot Noir built on a core of fruit from Verzenay (VZ) and based on the 2015 vintage (comprising 50% of the blend, with reserve wines that go back to 2009). It was created to exalt the unique virtues of their Pinot by the winemaking team headed by Cellar Master Gilles Descôtes and Deputy Cellar Master Denis Bunner, and offers amazing quality and great value for Bollinger too.
  9. Burgundy wine focus

    Burgundy (Bourgogne) encompasses a narrow vertical strip of land between Dijon and Lyon. It comprises five distinct wine growing districts: the Côte d’Or; Côte Chalonnaise; Mâconnais, Beaujolais, and the satellite of Chablis. This fine wine region produces some of the finest red and white wines in the world, from the likes of Gevrey-Chambertin and Puligny-Montrachet respectively. In the south of the region, the Mâconnais and Côtes Challonaise are renowned for producing some high quality whites at a fraction of the prices of the Cote d’Or.  
  10. Fine wines of the Rhône Valley

    We have a great selection of the Rhône Valley’s finest wines from the steep-sided Northern Rhône where the world’s greatest Syrah in the world is found, to the southern plains and Châteauneuf-du-Pape (a rich, heady blend of 13 grape varieties). The Rhône is one of France’s finest red wine producing regions, and is split into two distinct winemaking districts as you follow the Rhône river valley south…
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