Running Duck, ORGANIC Reserve Malbec. South Africa

Recognising the worldwide popularity of (Argentinian) Malbec, this dynamic winery has tried its hand at crafting their own version under African skies. The project has been a great success; the result being  a deep-coloured, full-fruited red with ripe berry and violet notes. It's smooth and appealingly juicy on the palate with soft tannins and a firm finish.


Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine La Serre. France

Picpoul's literal translation is 'lip-stinger' and you can see why with this fresh and zesty white from the Languedoc region in Southern France. Harvested at night to ensure the maximum crispness of the fruit, this is the ideal wine to enjoy a summers evening!


Era, ORGANIC Prosecco. Italy

This prosecco is made with grapes grown in the hills around Treviso, in the Veneto region. A very well-balanced sparkling wine. It's delicately fruity with a gently aromatic bouquet. Dry and fruity, it's a delicious companion to hors d'oeuvres, mildly flavoured foods as well as partnering fish and shellfish.


99 Rosas, ORGANIC Rosado. Spain

As you'd expect from an organic Spanish rosé made from well-ripened Garnacha grapes this has a bold raspberry pink hue. It has good juicy fruit and most importantly, great balancing acidity, largely thanks to night harvesting of the grapes. Dry and direct with charming red cherry and strawberry aromas and flavours making it an unsurprisingly perfect match for tapas and summer barbecues!


Neirano, Gavi. Italy

Elegant white with a fresh fragrant style and a delicate green apple fruit character.  Beautifully balanced acidity and complex fruits.


La Marouette ORGANIC PInot Noir. France

Ripe Pinot character is evident on the nose whilst the palate is sensual and fairly full with a more solid backbone than many. In many ways this is classic French country Pinot without any hint of the astringency which can make the variety at best impenetrable and at worst unpleasant. The whole is supported by fine well-integrated oak from its fermentation and the result is surprisingly refined.

Summer Mixed Case