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6 bottles of award-winning Rua Pinot Noir and 2 Pinot Noir tumblers FREE

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The Rua is a great drink-now Pinot Noir, seductive and affordable, with layers of sweet, ripe berry flavours, subtle savoury characters and a touch of spice. Soft, supple tannins lead to a long, fruit-driven finish.

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Leoube - Provence's Rose Royalty Has Much to Offer

Nestled on the edge of the Mediterranean, Chateau Leoube is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, surrounded by bush, away from the hustle-and-bustle that the tourists flock to. It’s the true south, awash with sunshine, fresh tomatoes, olives, herbs and superb wines. It is the sensatioanl pale-hued roses that the area is known for, and Leoube sit astride the genre with an impressive range of pink expressions, augmented with a selection of excellent reds, whites and sparkling wines. The Leoube estate was purchased by its current English owners in 1997. Seduced by the beauty and history of the property, they were fortunate enough to entice their neighbour’s son, Romain Ott, to be their winemaker. Domaine Ott has, over the years, been widely acclaimed as one of the very best in Provence. Romain Ott has a unique knowledge of the local terroir, and is responsible for establishing the change that has seen Leoube move to sit among the very best of the region.

Following a back-to-basics philosophy, Romain believes in strengthening the land’s biodiversity and natural defences by employing traditional growing methods and using only natural, non-toxic treatments. Leoube’s premise is that if you respect the balance of the plant then you will get optimally balanced fruit in return, and the flourishing success of their vines and olive trees stand as testimony to this approach. The Chateau Leoube wines are certified organic, with biodynamic principles applied, but without certification.

Explore Provence with this stunning rose mixed case

The perfect Summer sipper, the crisp, refreshing rosé of the region has gained an international following

Top quality French Rose imported by Glengarry

Beautifully dry and crisp, these are exceptional wines at great value

Beautiful Provence Rose Mixed Case
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Sharply priced NZ Pinot Noir from Central Otago

Mount Edward’s second label is as funky within as it is on the outside

A smart blend of estate and contracted fruit, its sweet, juicy cherry flavours boast a streak of the savoury to keep it all grounded, making this a great early-drinking Pinot Noir

Mount Edward
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Huia - Winemaking for a Green Planet

Claire and Mike Allan arrived in Marlborough in 1990 and established Huia in 1996. The early years were spent amassing valuable experience at some eminent locations: Cloudy Bay, Vavasour, Corbans, Lawsons; a stint in Champagne at Veuve Clicquot and Taittinger. The importance of environmental sustainability sits at the forefront of their approach, with the vineyards certified BioGro, Sustainable and Carbonzero, the carbon credits funding native reforestation in the region.

A family-owned vineyard where place is everything, the Allans’ aim is to produce the best wine they can from a clean and healthy vine-yard and to nurture the land for following generations. Biodynamics are integrated into their organic program, with the vineyards free of pesticides, insecticides and herbicides, cows wandering through the vines and wild flowers growing at their roots. Composting of winery and vineyard waste allows all natural matter to be returned back to the vineyard. The winemaking takes a natural approach as well, with no artificial additives and minimal intervention throughout fermentation.

Huia
Chardonnay

On the nose ripe peach and pear combine with lifted vanilla pod. The palate has mixed rich stone and citrus fruit with a silky creamy texture. There are layers of ripe fruit and well integrated vanilla French oak flavours. The finish is soft and silky.
REGION / COUNTRY | Marlborough, New Zealand
VARIETAL | Chardonnay
VINTAGE | 2016
VOLUME | 750ml
STYLE | Deep Meaningful
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Huia
Blanc De Blancs

The 2016 Huia Blanc de Blancs display an excellent fine bead and good bubble retention. The nose shows fresh citrus and lovely fresh baked bread characters. Light citrus and peach fruit retain freshness on the palate. This wine has a creamy fresh dry finish.
REGION / COUNTRY | Marlborough, New Zealand
VINTAGE | 2016
VOLUME | 750ml
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Huia
Sparkling Rose

Celebrating their long-time partnership with NZ fashion designer Kate Sylvester, Huia's Estate Grown Sparkling Rosé Brut is dressed in a delicate modernist rose print from one of Kate Sylvester’s stunning collections called “Frances”. This vintage is made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes that are certified organic and estate grown on the Huia vineyard in Rapaura, Marlborough.
REGION / COUNTRY | Marlborough, New Zealand
VINTAGE | 2017
VOLUME | 750ml
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Chenin Blanc - Versatile Variety for Any Occasion

Like Riesling, Chenin Blanc has exceptionally high acidity and produces wines that are long-lived. A semi-aromatic variety, Chenin is a grape that is, even when displaying its aromatics, not overt, preferring subtle over searing. The pronounced acidity in the variety is firm and tart, and the wines can be quite austere. In fact, locating the sweetness is often quite tricky, as the acidity is so high that even those wines with some inherent sweetness can come across as quite dry. This fine balancing act is one of the attractive things about Chenin Blanc.

In its wines you can expect to encounter notes of honey, lanolin and some waxy and apple-like characters. They come in a wide variety of styles, from dry through to very sweet, with some of the latter achieved through botrytis, which is common. Typically, Chenin Blanc is aged in oak, the wood often old and French, contributing an attractive textural element. Chenin wines are found in New Zealand; we don’t have as many as we once did, but the expressions we do have are excellent. The variety behind Vouvray, Anjou and many Cremant de Loire sparkling wines, Chenin Blanc is also found in South Africa, where the styles tend to be riper than in the Loire valley, with more red apple characters, a touch of smoke and the same wide array of styles.

James and Annie Millton are two of our organic and biodynamic originals, establishing their winery on the banks of Gisborne’s Te Arai River in 1984.

Tropical and citrus notes augment generously deep fruit flavours and a lengthy, lively, citrus-edged after-taste.

Millton
Te Arai Vineyard Chenin Blanc
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Domaine Bourillon-Dorleans
La Coulée D’argent

The Bourillon family have been making wine at Rochecorbon, in the Vouvray appellation of the Loire Valley, for generations. Made exclusively from Chenin Blanc, this is a great alternative to Chardonnay, the honeyed palate weighty, with nuances of chalk and lime and a mouth-tingling texture, signed off with a stunningly long finish. Benchmark Chenin.
REGION / COUNTRY | Loire, France
VARIETAL | Chenin Blanc
VINTAGE | 2015
VOLUME | 750ml
FOOD MATCH | Light Poultry and Heavy Poultry
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Award-winning Pinot Noir Mixed Case and 4 Pinot Noir glasses FREE

A stunning deal on New Zealand's Top Pinot Noir you don't want to miss out on. Only 100 cases available!

2 X Rockburn Pinot Noir, 2 X Akarua Pinot Noir, 2 X Jackson Estate Pinot Noir and 4 X Pinot Noir glasses, that's $49.99 of glassware FREE!

Award Winning Pinot Noir 4 Glasses Free
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Exclusive release of Grant Burge Pinot Rose, only 300 bottles available, this will sell-out!

Exclusive dry style rose you need to try

A complex bouquet of spice balanced by dried rose petals, pink grapefruit and underlying aromas of fresh-cut strawberries with lashings of cream. Dry yet richly flavoured with a creamy mid palate of strawberries and cream, drawn through to a long lingering finish by a combination of steely acidity and fine, textural phenolic.

Grant Burge
Pinot Rose
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Indisputably one of the great white grapes, Riesling is also the most misunderstood. An aromatic variety that is generally fragrant and attractive, it characteristically has a very high acidity that tends to be racy, raspy and quite high-toned. Texturally, the wines cover the full gambit, ranging in style from delicate, to forward and edgy, to rich and weighty. They move from bone-dry through to the greatest sweet wines in the world, with alcohol levels varying from low single digits to around 13-14%.

All of this tends to hint at why Riesling is so often misunderstood: it’s a variable, ever-changing character, and frequently not labelled with anything helpful that would tell you what to expect. We’ve made our own adaptation of the four-point Riesling scale and applied it to our Rieslings. Our scale is not about the technical analysis, but rather about whether the wine tastes dry, medium-dry, medium-sweet or sweet.

Riesling has a wonderful ability to age; the very best can last for decades, developing a complex set of characters as they do so. What’s more, unlike many of the great wines of the world, excellent Rieslings are not expensive. This is the upside (for we, the consumers, that is) of being underrated. Riesling can grow in a variety of climates around the world; it tends to favour the world’s cooler parts, but cannot be ruled out of more temperate climes like Alsace, where the Riesling wines are exceptional. The wines below are all NZ expressions, our cool conditions suiting the variety and ensuring great fruit purity and high acidity, characters that define a great Riesling.

Stunning value, this crisp off-dry style Riesling is a great introduction to this grape variety

The Giesen brothers have been producing their lauded wines for over 30 years

Vivacious and floral, this, with succulent citrus, lime and mandarin notes and a crisp off-dry finish, the ferment stopped early to leave some natural sugar.

Giesen
Estate Riesling
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Just awarded Cuisine Magazine 5 Star and Top Ten, Rockburn's stunning low-alcohol Riesling is about to run out!

With a light touch, winemaker Malcolm Rees-Francis allows his terroir to speak for itself. Vibrant aromatics of apricot and mandarin, with the delicious mineral-flinty intrigue underlining a palate of lively tangerine and lime flavours.

Rockburn
Tigermoth Riesling
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The wine region of Martinborough is located at the foot of New Zealand’s North Island at a latitude of 40 degrees south. Here, a happy coincidence of geology and geography has created the perfect climate and terrain for Pinot Noir and aromatic wines.

The stone-filled river terraces are free-draining while the topsoil's vary from slope to slope. The mountains protect us from harsh elements and we enjoy long dry days and cool nights. The vines grow less vigorously in the cool, breezy conditions, so yields are lower and the flavours more intense. Their long dry autumns provide the right balance of warm days (creating ripeness) and cool nights (providing elegance) for producing top quality Pinot Noir and other early-ripening varieties. The results speak for themselves, the Martinborough region is known internationally for consistently producing world-class fine wines.

Award-winning Top Quality Martinborough Pinot Noir at great value

A fragrant bouquet of berry, cherry and plum displays a touch of spice, while on the palate succulent fruit integrates seamlessly with oak and supple tannins

The Martinborough region is known internationally for consistently producing world-class fine wines

Te Kairanga
Estate Pinot Noir
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Your new summer gin and soda, conveniently pre-mixed!

Fusing natural strawberry flavour, citrus and classic juniper botanicals, Beefeater Pink is a delicate and refreshing gin and one that is visually vibrant with its statement-making shade.

Mixed with soda, Beefeater Pink is now conveniently ready-to-drink.

Beefeater Gin
Pink Strawberry Gin And Soda 4 Pack
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Our sharp Mont Redon deal is back! Buy 6 bottles and get the 7th FREE

An exuberantly rustic blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, robust yet still refined, and offering a good degree of complexity and sinewy succulence via its bright fruit and earthy characters.

The 2016 of this sold through superfast. The 2017 by comparison shares the same intensity and brilliance, with a touch brighter acidity that makes it dance from the glass.

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Award-winning NZ pinot noir made with love

Made by NZ Wine Maker of the Year for 2020 - Jen Parr

Silky and seamless with vibrant fruit, enticing layers, and a serious structure showing a good deal of finesse. Drinking beautifully as a young wine, this will continue to develop its qualities for another 10-12 years.

Wild Earth
Pinot Noir
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Jen Parr

New Zealand's best rose! You need to try this

Sourced off some of NZ’s best old Pinot Noir vines on the famed Felton Road. This would make for a very special Valentine's gift.

A fragrant nose of rose petals, raspberry, and herbs. The vines deliver real presence and a wonderful texture. A long, silky finish balances fresh acidity, savoury characters and delicate fruit

Terra Sancta
Special Release First Vines Rose
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NEW ZEALANDS BEST ROSE

NEW from Part Time Rangers - don't miss out as these fly off the shelves!

The latest addition to the Part Time Rangers family, the Tropical Elephant is a blend of vodka, passionfruit, apple, and sparkling water.

With less than 4 gram of sugar, this all natural ready-to-drink beverage is summer in a can.

Part Time Rangers
Tropical Elephant Vodka RTD 10 Pack
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Mezcal is the hottest spirits for bartenders worldwide right now

Special edition, each year made with a different fruit. For 10 years, Oscar Hernández gave a mezcal with fruits to the Priest of Matatlán as a gift.

This year, we decided to make a special batch with pineapple. We share this mezcal as a symbol of friendship, made with the best fruits of Mexico.

Gracias A Dios
Pina Mezcal
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Lusious & Exotic Easy Drinking

Primitivo is essentially Zinfandel. It's the Italian version of the same grape variety, with origins linking both of them back to the Croatian grape, Tribidrag or Crljenak Kastelanski, grown there since at least the 15th century and likely to have made the trip to Puglia in the 18th century. Primitivo-based wines are darkly exotic; their aromatics evoke anise, raspberry, boysenberry, dried fruits and often a green spiced note as well. The green character - not to be thought of in a bad way - comes from the vinicultural challenges with this variety: it ripens unevenly, which can produce a combined sweet/sour character.

One of the charming things about Primitivo is that the acidity is not high and the tannins are quite grippy in nature; with the plush fruit, Primitivo-based wines are deeply hued, voluptuous, exotically spicy and immediately appealing. We feature three excellent producers, all exhibiting different styles: A-Mano exhibits its Californian influences, its style a cross between the Prim and the Zin. Rivera embraces the more traditional Pugliese style and produces some of the top Primitivos in the region. Pasqua's Desire Lush & Zin plays on the variety's heritage in a drink-now style, while their Lapaccio harks back to Carlo Pasqua's upbringing and sits somewhere between A-Mano and Rivera.

Superb value, fruit forward wine made with passion and flair

The Primitivo is deeply coloured and exuberant on the nose, with perfumes of ripe, red fruit, especially raspberries and a spicy, smoky edge from the oak aging.

Californian Mark Shannon went to Puglia for a short holiday with Fruili native Elvezia Sbalchiero, nursing an affection for the Primitivo grape that rapidly turned into an obsession. Entranced by the region with its fresh, uncomplicated cuisine and timeless approach to living, the pair made it their home and established A-Mano to craft their handmade, affordable wines. ‘To make expensive wines is contrary to our way of thinking,’ says Elvezia.

A Mano
Primitivo Puglia Igt
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Primitivo Mixed Cass

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Vintage 2012 - A Good Year for Champagne

2012 was a vintage of extremes, the grapes very small and the quantity tiny. This has resulted in a very distinctive vintage. Charles Philipponnat is quoted as saying 2012 'is somewhere between 2002 and 1959, two of Champagne's greatest vintages.' Unlike their non-vintage brethren, which are tailored for immediate consumption, vintage champagnes are crafted to develop with age; the balance evident in these 2012s will see them evolve beautifully.

One of the world’s biggest-selling champagne brands

A surprising roundness powered by peach and yellow pear fruit, which slowly reveal exotic hints of lychee tempered by explosive citrus notes.

Mumm
Vintage
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Vintage 2012 Champagne Cellar Case

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Great value Spanish Rose - perfect for hot summer days!

Being the style of wine for which the Navarra region has become renowned, it would seem to make sense that a mintily fresh Rosado is just the perfect salve after a bruising day avoiding the beasts on the cobbled streets of Pamplona.

100% Garnacha, as tradition would have it, this is a deep pink in colour and as limpid as a luxury island lagoon. Pulsating with raspberries on both the nose and palate, it has the acidic freshness you’d expect, and a plush smoothness that renders it irresistible and you incapable of feeling any oxen-induced pain.

Gran Feudo
Rosado
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Limited edition Spanish red from top producer Gran Feudo - exceptional value and quality

Since 1872, Gran Feudo has been producing some of Navarra's most emblematic wines in its Cintruenigo winery. For this limited edition they have chosen a selection of Tempranillo grapes, blended with Garnacha, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot.

After 9 months aging in oak barrels, the wine is expressive and intense, with a graceful, velvety grip on the palate. An elegant, well-structured wine.

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Crianza
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A special release with distinctive personality from a selection of the finest grapes from the oldest vines - great value

This limited edition wine embodies the singular, unique character of the Tempranillo and Garnacha grape varieties.

The passing of time sculpts the wines in the vineyard, just as the aging in oak barrels for at least 18 months. The result is an intense, deeply rich wine with a long, elegant finish.

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Reserva
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Mezcal is currently one of the hottest spirits for bartenders worldwide. The days of Ilegal Mezcal having to smuggle their bottles across the border dressed as priests have thankfully passed (True story). So what is mezcal? The word comes from metl or mexcalmetl, the prehispanic Nahuatl language, meaning Agave. There are 250 maguey (agave) species in the world, and 170 of them are found in Mexico. The most well-known spirit made from agave is of course tequila. This is mostly produced around the state of Jalisco in the west, while mezcal comes from Oaxaca in the south.

Tequila can only be produced from one species, the Blue Weber, which is cultivated in huge plantations. Mezcal can use any of the species, Espadin being the most common variety in the region. Many of those used are wild agave such as Salmiana, used in the Derrumbes San Luis Potosí. They vary from 10 to 25 years old, and grow wild on hillsides, deserts and along roadsides throughout Oaxaca. A producer will approach the landowner and pay for the plants, each a one-off lot never to be repeated. Individual lots of the same species will taste totally different, as they will have come from wild plants of different ages in different locations. With a producer such as Del Maguey each individual village mezcal is bottled separately.

Tequila is now mostly made in huge quantities, via industrial processes to satisfy demand. Traditionally agave was cooked in stone ovens, but today it is more likely steam cooked in an autoclave, or worse, shredded raw and put through an industrial diffuser. Mezcal is still mostly made by small family producers, and usually the agave is cooked in deep ground pits like a hangi. A fire is built and volcanic rocks heat on top of that. The agave is placed on the rocks and covered with earth for two days cooking and two days cooling. It is this part of the process that gives Mezcal its distinctive smoke character, like Islay whisky. At the artisan producer Gracias a Dios the cooked agave is still crushed to pulp in the traditional method, by the huge volcanic stone Tahona wheel pulled by horse.

UPCOMING TASTING OF MEZCAL - AN EXPLORATION OF AGAVE

Join us to try some of the stunning new range of Mezcal, now one of the hottest spirits for bartenders worldwide. Produced from Agave grown in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico, this is very different to it's more well known cousin Tequila. These are artisian products produced traditionally in very small quantities by family producers. Our Fine Wine Manager Regan McCaffery is a huge fan of both regions, and will be leading us through a line-up of Mezcal from different villages, produced from different species of Agave. And no you won't find a worm in any of these bottles! We will be trying Mezcal from Del Maguey, Illegal, Derrumbes, and Gracias a Dios. Book here.

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Bay Syrah 2018 - A Stellar Vintage for Hawke's Bay

In NZ we say Syrah rather than Shiraz, in a nod to the Rhone Valley, whose wines we are stylistically closer to than our Shirazi neighbours across the ditch. Hawke's Bay's ability to trap the heat and ripen this variety sees the majority of our best Syrah coming from there (not to overlook Waiheke, or the wonderful Fromm and Mt Difficulty wines). The 2018 Bay vintage is one to stock up on; the wines have wonderful fruit purity, the acidity is fresh and lively and there’s a finesse and elegance there that is seductive. No wonder the Trophy for Champion Wine of the Show at the New Zealand Wine of the Year Awards 2019 went to a Syrah. The Villa Maria one just below, in fact.

2018 Syrah Mixed Case

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Taking England to the Sparkling Aficionados

Chapel Down is a very large UK drinks company ticking many beverage boxes, from sparkling wine to spirits to beers. As well as being on the larger side, they excel in terms of quality, their heritage intrinsically linked with England's now flourishing sparkling wine industry. English wine production only really took off in the 1980s; the 30 years prior generally belonged to individuals with no real skill, who thought vineyard life would make a good retirement project. Enter Stephen Skelton MW in the late 1970s, who spent a couple of influential years in Germany establishing a vineyard at Tenterden in Kent before completing 22 consecutive vintages there. The Skelton Vineyard is now owned by Chapel Down.

Established in 1992, Chapel Down moved to Tenterden in 1995, to the site of Stephen Skelton's vineyard, where they took over both vineyard and winery. A merger in 2000 saw them increase markedly in size, employing a mix of vineyard ownership and long term contracts with thirteen different growers. The crown jewel in their holdings is Kit's Coty, a very special chalk-based vineyard in the North Downs in the south-east of England. For many years the official wine of the annual Oxford and Cambridge boat race was Bollinger. It's now Chapel Down. They are also the official wine of the Royal Ascot. Chapel Down’s sparkling rose was poured at the weddings of William and Kate, and Harry and Meghan.

Having spent last year scouring the southern coast of England in search of the best, we're very pleased to have Chapel Down's wines and spirits now sitting comfortably on our shelves alongside the equally eminent English producers, Gusbourne.

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Framingham - The Band's Back Together

Former Framingham Assistant Winemaker, Andrew Brown, has returned to the fold as their new Head Winemaker, forming a dynamic duo with talented Framingham Viticulturist, James Bowskill. Andrew clearly had the Riesling bug, originally leaving to make wine at Waipara Hills, home to Canterbury's largest holding of the variety. The opportunity to take the lead at Framingham drew Andrew Brown back. Which is great news for the Framingham band, as he was the guitarist. We're sure the wine will be brilliant, but let’s not forget that it’s all about the Music. Right?

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Moutard - Three Branches & Many Hands

Made just like Champagne but just outside of the Champage region - Great Value!

Moutard move just outside the Champagne region to make this excellent and price-friendly methode. A Blanc de Blancs (i.e. made from 100% Chardonnay fruit), it’s elegant and generously flavoured. Great value.

Moutard Famille
Blanc De Blanc Moutard Methode Traditionnelle NV
WAS $23.99
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CASE/6 $19.99 ea.
Case saving $2.00 per unit
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WAS $49.99
NOW $42.99
CASE/6 $39.99 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $49.99
NOW $44.99
CASE/6 $42.99 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $89.99
NOW $79.99
CASE/6 $78.99 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $99.00
NOW $89.00
CASE/6 $84.00 ea.
Volume | 1500ml
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$99.00
CASE/6 $98.00 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $36.99
NOW $32.99
CASE/6 $29.99 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $99.00
NOW $95.00
CASE/6 $90.00 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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WAS $99.00
NOW $95.00
CASE/6 $90.00 ea.
Volume | 750ml
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