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Dog point pinot noir 2017 - wimbledon wine cellar

Dog Point Pinot Noir 2017

17.5 points, Jancis Robinson: "Mid healthy garnet. Relatively complex savoury burgundian(?) nose. Sweet palate entry but not sickly. Really satisfying – fresh and fruity but with depths that suggest it will age quite well. Lovely balance. Côte de Beaune not Côte de Nuits (sorry for these French similes).

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£180.00 a case (6 x 75cl)
Dog point chardonnay 2018 - wimbledon wine cellar

Dog Point Chardonnay 2018

"Yet again, there's some reductive character – aiming at Coche? Real beginning, middle and end to the fresh, leesy, super-clean fruit. Bone-dry, smoky finish. Invigorating." Drink 2020 - 2024. 17 points, Jancis Robinson.

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£138.00 a case (6 x 75cl)
isabel chardonnay 2016 - wimbledon wine cellar

Isabel Estate Chardonnay 2016, Marlborough

17 points, Jancis Robinson: "Gosh. By NZ standards this is an antique! ... Pale green-gold. ...this seems ever so slightly reduced, then soft and gentle on the palate. That characteristic NZ acidity is fading. By no means unpleasant! A really very nice alternative to a well-made Côte de Beaune white.

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te mata alma - wimbledon wine cellar

Te Mata Alma Pinot Noir 2019 - IN BOND

*Prices in bond* The second ever vintage of Te Mata’s flagship pinot noir follows last year’s inaugural 2018 vintage, which was released to huge acclaim.  Balanced by a lingering acidity it has poise and grace. 

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£162.00 a case (6 x 75cl)