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Greene King is a British brewery established in 1799 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. It has grown to become the largest British owned brewery in the UK . It was established in 1799 by Benjamin Greene, the great-grandfather of the writer Graham Greene and his brothers Hugh (television executive) and Raymond (Everest mountaineer and physician). Greene King brews all of its beers in Bury St Edmunds, where ale has been a feature of life since at least as far back as 1086.
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A wine full of richness and depth with flavours of red berry fruits and dark chocolate alongside rich mocha and vanilla oak. Fine tannins compliment the palate weight leading to a long, smooth finish. 14.5% abv. Read More
Light golden straw in colour the McManis Family Vineyards Chardonnay is filled with fruit aromas of pear, melon and peach are accompanied by a bouquet of vanilla, hazelnut, and a hint of buttered popcorn. The wine is rich, creamy and full of sweet pear, banana and toasty oak flavours.Grapes: ChardonnayRegion: CaliforniaLocation: United StatesClosure:: Screwcap Read More
Nice pink colour with bright shades. Small and long-lasting bubbles. Aromatic bouquet of crunchy red berries. To be served as an aperitif or to accompany your desserts. "This charming sparkling rose is so easy on the palate, showing ripe fruit flavours and creamy texture, nicely framed by juicy acidity. Appealing notes of nectarine, rockmelon, citrus and strawberry are beautifully supported by vibrant mouthfeel, finishing long and pleasingly dry." Sam Kim Wine Orbit, Jan 2016. Region: Southern FranceLocation: FranceAlcohol Content: 11%Awards: 4 Stars - Sam Kim Read More
"Sauvignon Blanc with a difference. Grown from old Sauvignon Blanc vines in Waimauku, this is an intriguing wine with personality and persistence. Sauvignon typicity is given structure and complexity derived from the use of French oak and natural fermentation with indigenous yeasts. On the nose, citrus, fresh mint and sage lead the charge followed by smoky, mineral characters. A mouth-tingling palate packed with a concentration of grapefruit, cut grass and capsicum is complimented by savoury toasted oak, and the finish of lingering, limey acidity. Racy, zesty, and just a little bit edgy." - from Hunting Lodge 12.5% abv. Read More