Laithwaite's Wine - Latest Offers!
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At Laithwaite's Wines we offer an excellent selection of award-winning wines, available in both mixed cases as well as single bottles. Check out our latest offers below, ready for promotion to your users!
WORLD MALBECS £95.88
Enjoy a luxurious case of top flight Malbecs for £7.99 a bottle - you save £19!
Malbec may have made its name in Argentina, but it thrives in sites around the world, making richly textured, full-flavoured reds. Malbec's home is Cahors in southern France so you've two blackberry layered gems proving it still holds its own on home turf. It's also one of Bordeaux's permitted varieties - taste how it performs in sumptuous Château Saman. Rioja's Bujanda family own a few Malbec vineyards in La Mancha and make inky-black Venta Vieja, oozing spiced bramble fruit. Two New World stars close your case: multi-medal Michell's Pass from the Cape and Chile's Acaballo - order yours today!
CHÂTEAU PORTAL CUVÉE JÉRÔME MINERVOIS 2010 £98.88 (12 bottles), £49.44 (6 bottles)
Château Portal is one of the leading estates in the Minervois with a history dating back to the 11th century. The property was home to French nobility throughout the Middle Ages and to this day retains a restored 8th century chapel. Jérôme Portal's 80 hectares of vines grow right next to the region's top cru, La Livinière.Cuvée Jérôme is crafted mainly from rich and spicy Syrah supported by raspberry rich Grenache and spicy Carignan, the incredibly intense flavours of which are due to rare 100 year old vines. The wine is aged for a year in French oak barrels, lightly toasted over a naked flame to impart mocha character and extra complexity.Serve this splendid southern French red with traditional cassoulet or roast shoulder of lamb.
SPLIT ROCK SAUVIGNON BLANC 2011 £107.88 (12 bottles), £53.94 (6 bottles)
Named after the landmark Split Apple Rock in Able Tasman National Park, this wine is from Hermann Seifried, who built his winery on the South Island in 1973 with the help of his local church. He'd only arrived in New Zealand three years earlier from Austria, via Germany (where he studied winemaking) and South Africa. He met and married Kiwi lass Agnes Wilkins, and two years later they realised their shared dream of growing grapes. 1976 was their maiden vintage and, 35 years on, the Seifrieds are still going strong and racking up a host of awards. Gooseberry-fresh Split Rock slips down a treat on its own and partners dishes such as prawns with a spicy salsa, a nectarine and haloumi salad, grilled chicken, poached salmon or creamy pasta.
Champagne & Sparkling
CA' BOLANI FRIZZANTE PROSECCO NV £80.88 (12 bottles), £40.44 (6 bottles)
Prosecco is as Italian as gelati, enjoyed in some circles on a daily basis! The best are the delicious, handcrafted versions from artisan producers like the Zonin family, winemakers since 1821. Ca' Bolani is one of the most stylish Proseccos you'll ever taste. It's made entirely from their premium estate grown grapes in Friuli, Italy's top white wine region. To guarantee quality, they keep every aspect of production 'in house' - an approach that pays off with top awards. This wine won Vinitaly's top prize (Gran Menzione) and a Gold medal from the Mundus Vini competition.Winemaker Marco Rabino favours the frizzante style - less fizzy than Champagne, it's light, zippy and very refreshing; full of mouthwatering pear and citrus flavours.
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