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Evidence of wine making dating back over 6,000 years has been found in what is known as modern day Georgia and Iraq.  Wine has been entwined in mythology, history, society, culture and religious practices of mankind.   Wine today is thought of in terms of  Old World -  France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Austria, Lebanon and New World -  Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, USA, South Africa.   At Fine Wines Direct UK our range spans the globe including an award winning range of wines from Wales.

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  1. P15 Malbec

    P15 Malbec 2018 Patagonia


    Intense purple in the glass, this Patagonian Malbec has  a nose of morello cherries, ripe plums and a subtle hint of violets. The palate shows decent weight and plenty of fruit, sweet tannins and good acidity. 

  2. Cedre Heritage 2015 AOC Cahors France

    Cedre Heritage 2015 AOC Cahors France


    Behind its dark, ruby colour and violet hints, the Héritage hides intense smells of cassis, violet and spices. Straightforward on the palate, with pure and clear acidity, wrapped in mellowness. Altogether, this gives a good length to the wine. 

    This wine pairs perfectly with beef, duck breast, confit, cold cuts, cheese...

  3. Chateau Du Cedre 2012 Cahors France

    Chateau Du Cedre 2012 Cahors France

    Regular Price: £19.99

    Special Price £14.99

    Rich and spicy, with charming generosity. While sour cherry, laurel and black olives predominate the nose, the wine tastes medium-bodied and round on the palate, with smooth tannins and crispy acidity. 

  4. Malma reserva de familia malbec 2013

    Malma Reserva de Familia Malbec 2016 Patagonia Argentina


    In Mapuche language, Malma means "pride". Malma wines are produced from manually harvested grapes from selected vineyards, and aged for 9 months in French and American oak. This adds a layer of complexity whilst the fresh fruitiness of the wines is mainteined and their unique Patagonia personality preserved.

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