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Regardless of this month’s successes or failures, we can always find something to toast. *cough* payday *cough*.
Artisanal and authentic, autumnal, absurdly accessible, all-around awesome. Aphrodisiac?£75.00
Rich, intense and suave but with no flab – like an Olympic gymnast this is balanced, lean and shapely.£120.00
Vines old enough to get a letter from the Queen make a subtly spiced blend that’s downright regal.£105.00
Just a *little* classier than your average six-pack: a half-dozen sublimely complementary bottles.
A collection of our favourite reds and whites, sure to please any palette, person or party.£130.00
From the New World and the Old World; these six reds are just plain out of this world.£125.00
Six whites chosen to broaden horizons… and taste delightful, naturally. From the New World and the Old World; these six reds are just plain out of this world.£125.00
Lighter reds, autumnal flavours… wines to see out the balmy Indian summer THAT’S GOING TO START ANY SECOND NOW.£120.00
Wishes, jokes, fairy-tales: good things come in threes. The Romans called it “omne trium perfectum” (See? Wine teaches you things).
The dream trio: the red, the white and the pink. There’s a spaghetti western in there somewhere.£55.00
A fruity and flavourful threesome of enticing reds. *blushes furiously*£65.00
Who says red is the colour of passion? These three whites are labours of love.£65.00
Sweet autumnal vibes to help you savour the last drop of summer.£60.00
Two wines so wonderfully paired they're basically a love affair.
1. Casata Mergé Venere, Lazio IGP, Italy 2. Casata Mergé Cupido, Lazio IGP, Italy.£34.00
1. Domaine Pichard & Jourdan Les 3 Quartiers, Chinon, Loire Valley, France 2. Rainbow's End Cabernet Franc, Stellenbosch, South Africa.£46.00
1. Cantina Ronca Pinot Grigio, Veneto, Italy 2. Allimant-Laugner Pinot Gris, Alsace, France.£35.00
1. Les Frères Laffitte Rosé, IGP Côtes de Gascogne, France 2. Domaine des Aspras Trois Frères Rosé, Provence, France.£32.00
Like the colour black: effortlessly cool on its own, goes with everything.£15.00
One of the most stunning value-for-money sparkling wines we've ever stumbled across.£25.00
No famous name, celebrity backing, marketing or big discounts. Just goodness.£36.00
Almost unbelievably powerful yet inexplicably delicate, with a legendary acidity and finish. A classy Riesling.£55.00
Grand Cru Chablis commands authority. This is no exception, putting all wannabe Chardonnays in their place.£55.00
Like Marilyn Monroe in soft focus, this wine will seduce you with vanilla, spice, and everything nice.£55.00
A wine for hedonists: full of life, fun and flavour.£55.00
A wine for hedonists: full of life, fun and flavour.£50.00
Wine from the old land, but in a very new style. Fewer than 1,000 cases of this experimental wine were made.£60.00
A middleclass Molotov cocktail born out of a Bonne Maman jar and cassis. Boom!£75.00
Butterflies on the label are a nod to the organic principles of this family made wine.£18.00
Lemon & rose Turkish Delight, lychee & souk spices. Decadence bottled.£18.00
California knows how to party. Yes they do. California Love.£38.00
Poured (from height) like an angel from on high: elegant, suggestive, balanced, subtle.£20.00
Handcrafted by Ryan Carter (ex Shaw+Smith) on his familyâ€™s 120 year old plot.£33.00
The vines of J.M. Fuentes Gran Clos tweak the nose of adversity, growing angelic fruit from rugged terrain.£33.00
Classic cassis-crammed Chilean Cabernet. Adult Ribena. WOO!£13.50
Forget Argentina, try this French firecracker from Malbecâ€™s ancestral home.£24.00
Garage wine in the truest sense, handmade in a tiny quantity each year, simply for the joy of doing it.£24.00
Punctum means point. And this wine is straight to the point. Bold, brash and ballsy.£26.00
Sancerre, red, really? Loireâ€™s answer to Burgundy at half the price.£24.00