Cases By Grape

Cases By Grape

Subcategories

  • Merlot

    is a dark blue-colored wine grape variety, that is used as both a blending grape and for varietal wines. The name Merlot is thought to be a diminutive of merle, the French name for the blackbird, probably a reference to the color of the grape. Its softness and "fleshiness", combined with its earlier ripening, makes Merlot a popular grape for blending with the sterner, later-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon, which tends to be higher in tannin.

  • Tempranillo

    Tempranillo - Rioja's mainstay and also that of Ribera del Duero where it is known as Tinto Fino. A grape that is so versatile it can copy the style of Burgundy & Bordeaux or stand apart as something clearly identifiable as Tempranillo. Grown throughout Spain and now appearing in other countries too, which proves the international appeal of this fantastic grape.

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc has exploded onto the scene in the last few years with the ever increasing popularity of offerings of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, although it has been grown in the French regions of Bordeaux and the Loire (Sancerre anyone?) for much longer. Grassy, herbaceaous and very refreshing.

  • Chardonnay

    Chardonnay - possibly the most (in)famous of all white grapes. Much maligned but responsible for producing the world's finest white wines in its spiritual home of Burgundy. The Chardonnay grape itself typical displays a buttery character with delicate apple/peachy notes but its real strength is soaking up flavours - the vanilla of oak or the minerality of the soil in which it is grown. If you have been turned off Chardonnay for whatever reason, we urge you to give it another go.

  • £ 140.04
    £ 140.04

    A case exclusively made of white wines that pits GlenWood, possibly South Africa’s finest Chardonnay producer, against Burgundy - the spiritual home of Chardonnay.Who wins? You decide.

    A case exclusively made of white wines that pits GlenWood, possibly South Africa’s finest Chardonnay producer, against Burgundy - the spiritual home of...

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  • £ 270.00
    £ 270.00

    A case exclusively made of white wines that pits GlenWood, possibly South Africa’s finest Chardonnay producer, against Burgundy - the spiritual home of Chardonnay.Who wins? You decide.

    A case exclusively made of white wines that pits GlenWood, possibly South Africa’s finest Chardonnay producer, against Burgundy - the spiritual home of...

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  • £ 115.08
    £ 115.08

    Lynx Blanc de Noir Merlot Rose Altitudes Merlot Reserve St. Marc Merlot Chateau Haut Pougnan Merlot GlenWood Merlot Holden Manz Merlot

    Lynx Blanc de Noir Merlot Rose Altitudes Merlot Reserve St. Marc Merlot Chateau Haut Pougnan Merlot GlenWood Merlot Holden Manz Merlot

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  • £ 60.00
    £ 60.00

    The popularity of Merlot remains undiminished. This is a taster case that demonstrates it in all of its glory. From a delicious rose to light and fruity reds, through to blockbusters.

    The popularity of Merlot remains undiminished. This is a taster case that demonstrates it in all of its glory. From a delicious rose to light and fruity...

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  • £ 145.00
    £ 145.00

    Ever wondered what the difference was between French & New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Well this case should give you some insight – wines from the master and the master’s apprentice that will make you look again at what you thought you knew!

    Ever wondered what the difference was between French & New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Well this case should give you some insight – wines from the master...

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  • £ 75.00
    £ 75.00

    Ever wondered what the difference was between French & New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Well this case should give you some insight – wines from the master and the master’s apprentice that will make you look again at what you thought you knew!

    Ever wondered what the difference was between French & New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Well this case should give you some insight – wines from the master...

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