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  • Dom Pérignon Carton 75cl (x6)

    392,700

    Dom Pérignon Rosé is a rare Champagne, produced in small quantities from each vintage year. Dom Perignon Rosé’s distinctive, pale salmon colour, is achieved by blending pinot noir and chardonnay grapes, to produce a harmonious union. Dom Perignon Rosé, has a light, aromatic, fruity bouquet, with a discreet and elegant finish.
    This champagne is produced in the Champagne region of Northeast France from the finest grand crus vineyards. These vineyards have the soil and sun exposure to enable them to attain grapes of the highest quality. True to the ambition of Dom Pérignon in the late 17th century, the Chef de Cave demands the exceptional: only an outstanding harvest is worthy of Dom Pérignon.

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  • Armand De Brignac Blanc De Blancs Ace Of Spades

    220,000

    Armand de Brignac Blanc de Blancs (Ace of Spades) is one of the rarest Champagnes, pressed from an exclusive selection of chardonnay grapes from the Champagne region of France. Blanc de Blancs is pale gold, with a light bouquet of white fruit and floral accents. It has a delicate palate and an exquisite dry finish.

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  • Armand De Brignac Brut Gold Ace Of Spades 75Cl

    202,125

    Armand de Brignac Gold Ace of Spades Brut Gold is a spectacularly complex and full-bodied Champagne with a fresh and lively bouquet. Ace of Spades has a deliciously creamy character, with subtle brioche accents, a palate of great depth and impact, with a long, silky finish. Ace of Spades is a superb example of a prestige Champagne.

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  • Sale! Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose Champagne Carton | www.drinks.ng

    Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose Carton (x6)

    132,825 121,275

    Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose is a unique Champagne. Rich, luscious and vibrant, this Champagne is a perfect accompaniment to a romantic evening meal by candlelight. The Champagne boasts of a vibrant red colour with copper shades, the aromas are intense and fragrant, recalling nectarine, cherry and redcurrant. On the palate it is fruity and fresh. This is a blend of richness and elegance.
    The largest Champagne house in France, Moët et Chandon was founded in 1743 by Claude Moët. The house produces large volumes of non-vintage wine under the White Star and Brut Imperial designations, but is best known for its premium brand Dom Pérignon.

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  • Chateau Grand Barrail Lamarzelle St Emilion 2011 Carton (X6)

    119,070

    On the nose, Chateau Grand Barrail Lamarzelle St Emilion 2011 is complex and concentrated with fruity, subtly spiced notes and a hint of violet. The wine is silky in texture on the palate, developing concentrated, fleshy character. This refined, well-balanced wine, with its typical Saint-Emilion structure, finishes on well-integrated oaky, spicy notes.

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  • Thomas Barton Medoc Privee
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    Thomas Barton Medoc Privee Carton (x6)

    84,105

    The Thomas Barton Medoc Privee has won many prizes such as the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles award for the 2010 vintage Gold and the 2005 vintage Gold. While the aromas speak of wood aging, the fruit comes through on the palate. It is firm, full and dry, and the fruity acidity and fresh blackcurrant flavour back up the structure. The Thomas Barton Medoc Privee is a fine wine that is rich and powerful with attractive hints of pepper, liquorice and chocolate. It is concentrated and well-structured with the wonderful polished tannin of cabernet sauvignon at its best. A fine example of Medoc wine with all the power of the vintage.
    The undisputed king of France’s wine regions, Bordeaux sits amidst and astride the rivers Dordogne and Garonne. Accounting for some 800 million bottles produced each year, Bordeaux has built its reputation on quality, with some of the world’s most sought-after wines being crafted along the river banks. Known mostly for the red blends, Bordeaux also enjoys notoriety for its excellent sweet white wines.

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  • Dom Pérignon Brut 75Cl

    77,350

    Dom Perignon Brut is elite, dry champagne with a reputation spanning back to the 17th Century. Dom Pérignon is made by blending chardonnay and Pinot grapes, and is only produced in the best crop years. It’s super-racy, elegant and mineral-driven champagne, with a pink golden colour and thin bubbles which has a bouquet of almonds, cocoa, white fruit, a hint of dried flowers and spices with an elegant, lasting finish.

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  • Chateau Beausejour

    69,300

    Château Beauséjour possesses fresh thyme, a hint of mocha, spearmint and ripe, juicy, dark, juicy plums with black cherries. The wine is full-bodied, supple, long and fresh, with a good sense of purity, stone and black and red fruits in the finish.

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  • Chateau Beychevelle

    63,525

    Chateau Beychevelle offers soft, silky flavours mingled with dark chocolate notes, this is an exciting wine with an ethereal palate. It pairs well with all types of classic meat dishes, veal, pork, beef, lamb, duck, game, and roast chicken, roasted, braised, stewed and grilled dishes. Chateau Beychevelle is also great with Asian dishes, Chinese food, hearty seafood or fish like tuna, salmon, mushrooms, pasta and cheese.
    As legend has it, ships sailing by Chateau Beychevelle, known as ‘the Versailles of the Medoc,’ would lower their sails to the level of the Chateau in respect of its owner, the Duke of Epernon, Grand Admiral of France. Thus the chateau was named ‘Beychevelle’, meaning ‘Baisse Voile’ or ‘lower the sails.’ Extending over ninety hectares, the vineyard plants Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc with a little Petit Verdot. Beychevelle wines are supple and perfectly balanced, expressing the spirit of the terroir of Saint-Julien.

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  • Chateau Troplong Mondot St. Emilion Grand Cru 2007 75Cl

    63,525

    The Chateau Troplong Mondot St. Emilion Grand Cru has a nose that is powerful and harmonious with spicy, floral notes mingling with red berry fruit aromas and a touch of liquorice that is characteristic of the terroir. On the palate, the wine is supple and mellow, with firmness on the mid-palate, refreshing acidity, velvety tannins and a classy finish.

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  • Dourthe No. 1 Bordeaux Red Carton (X6)

    50,940

    For the Dourthe brand, the finest terroirs in the extensive red Bordeaux vineyard are explored to utilise those areas where Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon have the best chance of reaching full maturity. Forging strong partnerships with growers ensures optimal and consistent fruit quality as they work in close collaboration with Dourthe’s winemakers from tending the vine all the way through to the harvest.

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  • Baron Philippe Pauillac Chateau Mouton Rothschild 75Cl

    48,620

    Baron Philippe Pauillac Chateau Mouton Rothschild is classic Mouton with intense cabernet sauvignon (88%) blackcurrant flavour, and lovely vital freshness. It is very long and classy wine. As with any wine from Chateau Mouton Rothschild, this is quality.

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  • Chateau La Tour Du Pin 2007

    47,360

    Chateau La Tour Du Pin 2007 is medium-bodied Claret with a fresh, intense and complex bouquet and a nicely integrated woody touch. It pleasures the palate with flavours of black cherries, strawberry compote and ripe raspberries, notes of anise and cherry blossom. It has silky tannins with a long finish, and ages very well. Chateau La Tour Du Pin 2007 pairs well with feathered game such as pheasant, guinea fowl, wild duck and partridge. It also goes well with beef, venison and lamb, beef wellington and steak. This wine is composed of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc.
    The vineyard of Chateau La Tour du Pin was once an important part of the massive, 200 hectare, St. Emilion estate, Chateau Figeac. For numerous reasons, Figeac divided and sold their land in multiple transactions in the late 19th century. Today, Figeac is 37 hectares, significantly less than the original vineyard size of 200 hectares.

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  • Thomas Barton Margaux Carton (x6)

    41,540

    The Thomas Barton Margaux is a softly-textured wine. It’s very rich berry flavour, wood and juiciness combine really well in this wine. The palate is full-bodied and the taste is rich and exotic. It’s yet another great wine by Thomas Barton.

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  • Chateau D’Arcins Carton (x6)

    39,738

    The Chateau D’Arcins Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc is rich and velvety on the palate with luscious tannins in a tight structure. With its deep crimson colour and dense nose, it possesses rich, nutty aromas including black fruit and exotic wood.

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  • Chateau Belgrave Haut Medoc 2010

    35,460

    With Chateau Belgrave Haut Medoc 2010, plums, blackberries, and blueberries come through easy. This is a soft, enjoyable Haut Medoc red with vibrant plummy fruit. These juicy flavours are supported by a firm backbone of tannins and nice mid-palate weight. It’s well-made, medium-bodied wine made in an early-drinking style.

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  • Chateau Le Petit Havt Lafitte

    34,650

    It starts out firm and straightforward on the palate, and is huge, but in no way austere. Its power comes through in a full-bodied flavour profile with a long aftertaste.

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  • Esprit De Pavie 2009 Bordeaux

    33,730

    Esprit De Pavie 2009 Bordeaux shows off with smoky cherries and licorice on the nose. It is medium-bodied, with sweet, red fruits and dusty tannins on the finish. Reflecting the traditional Bordeaux style, Esprit De Pavie 2009 is composed of 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.
    Bordeaux, in the south-west of France, needs little introduction to those of us with real interest in wine. It’s one of the world’s most prolific wine regions, and also ranks among the most famous and prestigious. The secrets of Bordeaux’s wine success other than the Bordeaux Blend are its 3 trump cards including diversity, quality and quantity.

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