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The world of wine is incredibly diverse; there has never been better quality or so much choice.   from humble Pays d'Oc table wines, to the finest Pinot Noir from Burgundy and Central Otago.  You'll find our range of wines fits every budget from £5.99 bottle to the finest wines made in the world today.  Fine Wines Direct UK is particularly proud of our Rioja range.  We also have a large cellar of Bordeaux from 1982 onwards.  You can buy online with confidence, if you cannot find what you are searching here, please call us on 029 2078 7500. 

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  1. Allan Scott  Pinot Noir Rose 2017 Marlborough New Zealand

    Allan Scott Pinot Noir Rose 2017 Marlborough New Zealand

    £12.99

    This elegant salmon pink Rosé immediately presents luscious strawberries and cream on the nose. Those bright berries, meet with stonefruit on the palate with a medium dry finish. Best served chilled, this is a perfect ‘snacking wine’ – ie: quaff on the terrace with a platter of delicious savoury treats from your local deli.

  2. Allan Scott Chardonnay 2018 Marlborough New Zealand

    Allan Scott Chardonnay 2018 Marlborough New Zealand

    £12.99

    Aromas of butterscotch and pecan crumble over white flesh nectarines and the freshness of a pineapple Fruju down by the Wairau River in the summertime. Add in the smokey overtones and a creaminess that layers over the lingering pineapple backed up by the heirloom grapefruit fresh from the backyard. These characters all combine their unique acid profiles that blend to give this Marlborough Chardonnay its unique fruit forward freshness, yet still, speak to its classical French inspiration.


    Definitely one we would share with anything from grilled crispy skin salmon, wood roasted rotisserie chicken or even a slow cooked BBQ rolled pork roast.

  3. Allan Scott  Pinot Noir 2017 Marlborough New Zealand

    Allan Scott Pinot Noir 2017 Marlborough New Zealand

    £15.99

    When the aromas of chocolate self-saucing pudding and local Marlborough black cherries hit the nose – you’ll be taken back to when your Grandma used to bake the delicious pudding for dessert when you were young. The sweet fruit character of the cherries matches perfectly with the grippy bitterness of the pure cocoa. The palate gives the impression of black Doris plum jam with a toasty oak texture, the drying of the tannins mixes wonderfully with finely balanced spices and fresh acidity you get in a quality homemade jam.

     

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