8 Fabulous Wines available ‘By The Glass’ in January

This month, once again, we have 8 superb wines available By The Glass. Our selection has the theme of ‘Brothers and Sisters’ where we have chosen a red and a white from the same producer. We have 4 pairs of wine from New Zealand, France, Australia and South Africa, across a variety of grapes. Here are the wines that you can buy ‘by the glass’ up to 10pm every single night of the week. There are very few places where you can sample fine wines between £15 and £38 a bottle, and The Whalley Wine Shop is one of them!

Wines from New Zealand
Wines from New Zealand

A red from Mahi – Pinot Noir – Marlborough, New Zealand. 2010

Lots of sour cherry strawberry and creamy vanilla on the nose. The soft tannins give a velvet texture to the wine, with flavours of light red fruits, including redcurrants, strawberries and raspberries. A nice long finish. This is gorgeous,  try it and see if you agree!

  80p for 25ml, £2.40 – 75ml, £4.00 – 125m, £ 19.99 per bottle

A white from Mahi – Sauvignon Blanc – Marlborough,  New Zealand  2012  

 This wine just shouts GREEN, green grass, green bell peppers, green gooseberries. There’s a little citrus tingle on the tongue and lots of fruit, lemons, apricots, grapefruit. Well balanced acidity gives a nice finish.

60p – 25ml, £1.80 – 75ml, £3.00 – 125ml, £14.99 per bottle

Wines from France
Wines from France

A red from Le Grappin – Beaune Premier Cru – Boucherottes – France. 2012

 Only available in 2 retail outlets in England, and we are very proud to be one of them. Lots of strawberries and raspberries on the nose, with a little hint of earth. On the palate there’s  a bit more of a plum and strawberry taste, with a little hint of liquorice.

£1.60 – 25ml, £4.80 – 75ml, £8.00 – 125ml, £37.99 per bottle.

A white from Le Grappin – Beaune Premier Cru – Les Greves – France. 2012

Rich oak aromas, including baked apples, cinnamon and brioche. On the palate there are flavours of apple, vanilla, pears and buttered toast. A nice long finish shows this wine has great potential to age well.

£1.60 – 25ml, £4.80 – 75ml, £8.00 – 125ml, £37.99 per bottle.

Wines from Australia
Wines from Australia

A red from Jim Barry ‘Lodge Hill’ – Shiraz – Clare Valley,  Australia 2012

Soft creamy blackcurrants, plums and black cherries with  hints of ‘Parma Violets’, cinnamon and cloves. On the palate its gets a bit more intense and savoury, with stewed plums, warm spices and an almost meaty black pepper finish.

60p – 25ml, £1.80 – 75ml, £3.00 –  125ml, £14.99 per bottle.

A white from Jim Barry ‘Lodge Hill’ – Riesling – Clare Valley,  Australia 2012

Very pale in the glass. Lots of fresh citrus aromas including lemon, lime, mandarin but also that little tell tale hint of Riesling 4-Star. Quite a full flavoured wine with flavours of Apple skin, Lemon and Lime, Peaches.

60p – 25ml, £1.80 – 75ml, £3.00 – 125ml, £14.99 per bottle.

Wines from South Africa
Wines from South Africa

A red from Boekenhoutskloof – Syrah – Franschhoek Valley, South Africa 2011

From the producers of The Chocolate Block this has nice ripe fruits on the nose, blueberries, plums and dark cherry. These fruits are followed through on the palate with some minerality. On the finish is a nice creamy texture and hints of white pepper and liquorice.

£1.20 – 25ml, £3.60 – 75ml, £6.00 – 125ml. £29.99 per Bottle.

A white from Boekenhoutskloof – Semillon – Franschhoek Valley,  South Africa 2008

 A huge wine full of  spiced orange, buttered popcorn aromas. Lots on the palate too, lemon peel, mandarin and marmalade. Theres also a little beeswax and vanilla pod. This wine has ages to go yet.

90p – 25ml, £2.70 – 75ml, £4.50 – 125ml. £21.99 per Bottle.

8 superb wines available 'By The Glass'
8 superb wines available ‘By The Glass’
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