Vinoramica Favourites Case

Vinoramica Favourites Case

£65.00Price

Still our most popular case, this changes every week, with a rotating selection of customer and staff favourites. We'll always includes a few wines that are from less well-known regions, great if you want to try something new, often offering the best value.

 

Viña Echeverría, 'No es Pituko' Chardonnay
The name means "it ain't fancy" because the wine has been vinified naturally, unfiltered with no additives, therefore sometimes a little cloudy. Intense aromas of pear, apple and banana with a refreshing acidity in the mouth, bags of juicy fruit and a minerally, slightly saline finish. Fantastic as an aperitif.

 

Finkenauer Riesling Trocken, Nahe, Germany
A crisp and zingy Riesling with peach fruit and fresh, floral aromas. A great balance between sugar and acidity gives a slightly spicy edge, a hint of spritz on the palate and a slightly off-dry, yet fresh finish. Try with white fish, lemon risotto and spicy dishes. 

 

Vachnadziani Rkatsiteli, Georgia
One of the oldest known grape varieties, indigenous to Georgia. Pale straw in colour, with aromas of yellow and exotic fruits, refreshing and easy-drinking with a lovely aromatic finish. Great as an aperitif, or pair with salads, white fish and seafood. 

 

Le Campuget Syrah Viognier, Nimes, France
From Campuget's younger vines, this is a fruity, fresh, easy-drinking expression of Syrah that's blended with 5% Viognier to bring out a little more fruit. We could pour this on any occasion, even slightly chilled works perfectly. 

 

“Soplo”, Rafael Cambra, Valencia, Spain
100% Garnacha with a few months barrel age. A medium-bodied, perfumed, fresh wine with wild berry flavours and a touch of earthiness and leather. So quaffable! Great match for pasta dishes, lamb or poultry. 

 

Piteira Trincadeira x Alicante x Moreto Blend, Alentejo. Portugal
Deep in colour. A blend of indigenous Portuguese grape varieties, from one of the hottest parts of Alentejo. Spicy on the nose, with clove, nutmeg and licquorice, dry and fruity in the mouth with ripe cherry and strawberry fruits and a distinctly spicy edge. Pairs well with lamb, veal or poultry dishes.
 


£65 Including delivery (6 bottles)
(£65 to go all white or all red, comes as three pairs of each)