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  1. Cornas: Domaine Clape 'Renaissance' 2018

    Cornas: Domaine Clape 'Renaissance' 2018

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    jebdunnuck.com
    I was also able to taste the 2018s from bottle. Starting with the 2018 Cornas Renaissance, it has plenty of meaty, gamey nuances as well as ample red and black fruits, full body, ripe, supple tannins, and classic Cornas ground pepper, violets, and spice. It has plenty of up-front charm and will keep for 15+ years. Maturity: 2022 - 2038. 95/100.

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £79.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £948.00
  2. Côte Rôtie: Patrick Jasmin 'La Giroflarie' 2018

    Côte Rôtie: Patrick Jasmin 'La Giroflarie' 2018

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    jebdunnuck.com
    One of the finest wines I've tasted from this estate is the 2018 Côte Rôtie La Giroflarie, a blend of 96% Syrah and 4% Viognier that comes from 11 different parcels spread throughout the appellation. Its ruby/purple hue is followed by a youthful, ripe, incredibly promising bouquet of black raspberries, rendered bacon fat, Asian spice, ground pepper, and spring flowers. It has subtle background oak, full-bodied richness, an exotic, singular profile, and just about flawless balance. This gorgeous Côte Rôtie shows the ripe style of the vintage yet still brings balance, purity, and elegance. 96/100.

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £52.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £624.00
  3. Busi Jacobsohn: 'Cuvée Brut' 2018

    Busi Jacobsohn: 'Cuvée Brut' 2018

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    Best English wines to try
    This Brut cuvée from 2018 has delicate lemon and lime zest aromas, with lovely autolytic characters. Brioche, croissant and crusty bread with a small hint of melon on the attack, followed by a tart limey tang and a very dry lemon pulp, chalky finish. Owned and run by Swedish-Italian-Greek couple Susanna and Douglas Busi-Jacobsohn, this estate is based in East Sussex and is producing classy, quality wines that taste delicious. Dosage: 6.1g/L. Drinking Window 2022 - 2028. 92 points.

    Natalie Earl - Decanter magazine
    Bottle
    £38.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £456.00
  4. Busi Jacobsohn: Rosé 2018

    Busi Jacobsohn: Rosé 2018

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    Best English rosés for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee
    Salmon-pink single estate rosé from the excellent, warm 2018, the second vintage release from Busi Jacobsohn's young and exciting winery near Crowborough, East Sussex. This is a treat; having spent 18 months on lees, it has a fine mousse, featuring Victoria plum and red apple fruit, a tart nudge of red cherry sorbet, and a light almond note. Food-friendly; try seafood sushi. This winery is well worth watching as it develops its wines from a 5ha vineyard in High Weald. Drinking Window 2022 - 2025. 91 points.

    Susi Atkins - Decanter magazine
    Bottle
    £39.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £468.00
  5. Busi Jacobsohn: 'Cuvée Brut' 2018

    Busi Jacobsohn: 'Cuvée Brut' 2018

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    Weekend Wines
    A savoury nose of yeast opens up to lemon zest, pears and white blossom. In an explosion of bubbles, there are crisp lemon and green apple fruits on the palate with rich brioche and butter on the lingering finish. Light, smooth and precise.

    Country Life magazine - June 2022
    Bottle
    £38.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £456.00
  6. Busi Jacobsohn: 'Blanc de Noirs' 2018

    Busi Jacobsohn: 'Blanc de Noirs' 2018

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    Five tipples to try this English Wine Week
    Busi Jacobsohn, the English sparkling wine estate located in the High Weald of East Sussex, has launched its debut Blanc de Noirs in time for the celebrations. The limited edition 2018 vintage, with 36 months on lees, is a Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier blend, created with fruit from Busi Jacobsohn’s 5 hectare single vineyard. As with the existing Cuvée Brut and Rosé Extra Brut, the Blanc de Noirs is a vintage sparkling wine. Susanna Busi Jacobsohn and Douglas Jacobsohn, the married couple behind the brand, are firm believers in reflecting the year in each wine, and will only produce a wine if they believe the quality is good enough. The couple are Swedish but settled in the UK several years ago. Their dream of producing wine was realised when they acquired the estate, which is around 5 miles from Tunbridge Wells.

    Eloise Feilden - thedrinksbusiness.com
    Bottle
    £48.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £576.00
  7. Bierzo: Antoine Graillot & Raúl Pérez 'Encinas' 2018

    Bierzo: Antoine Graillot & Raúl Pérez 'Encinas' 2018

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    The Wine Advocate
    From granite and clay soils, the reductive 2018 Encinas fermented in concrete and matured in an oak vat. The reduction should eventually go, but it gives it an old-time Cornas profile. Mencía is quite reductive and it shows here. But the palate is superb, especially in the cooler and fresher 2018 vintage. The wine has stuffing and freshness, and the traditional, somewhat rustic profile should turn into a beauty in bottle. It needs time and air, as that reductive character reveals itself in a flinty way with a touch of sesame seeds. 94/100.

    Luis Gutiérrez - robertparker.com
    Bottle
    £22.00
    Bottle (Case)
    £264.00
  8. Faugères: Château Estanilles 'Clos du Fou' Rouge 2017

    Faugères: Château Estanilles 'Clos du Fou' Rouge 2017

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    jebdunnuck.com
    A blend of 95% Syrah and 5% Grenache from a single vineyard in Faugères, the 2017 Faugères Clos Du Fou sports a deep ruby/plum color as /well as an impressive nose of ripe blackberries, smoked meats, pepper, iron, and hints of leather. Medium to full-bodied, beautifully textured, balanced, and just a pretty, elegant Faugères with loads to love, drink it over the coming 5 to 7 years. 92/100.

    Jeb Dunnuck - jebdunnuck.com
    Bottle
    £27.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £330.00
  9. IGP Pays d'Oc: Domaine Girard 'Garriguette' Rosé 2021

    IGP Pays d'Oc: Domaine Girard 'Garriguette' Rosé 2021

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    Pays d’Oc Rosé 2021: weather sets scene for incredible creativity
    This single varietal Cabernet Franc from vineyards at 350m above sea level on clay and limestone soils has all the freshness and ripeness typical of the location. Long cold maceration lasting eight to 10 hours instils the wine with its dark pink hue and opulent strawberry and raspberry fruit melded with long, fresh leafy acidity. Behind the ripe fruit there is a firm dry structure making this a serious rosé with gastronomic potential.

    Elizabeth Gabay, MW - The Buyer
    Bottle
    £12.75
    Bottle (Case)
    £153.00
  10. Côtes du Luberon: Château La Canorgue Rosé 2021

    Côtes du Luberon: Château La Canorgue Rosé 2021

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    Best rosé wine – taste tested
    Pale in colour and only 12.5% ABV, but this wine from the south of France packs a flavour punch with peaches, cherries, strawberries, orange peel, and rosemary. All the characteristics of a Provence rosé but with everything dialled up fuller and richer. Not cheap but it’s worth every penny.

    Henry Jeffreys - BBC Good Food
    Bottle
    £17.50
    Bottle (Case)
    £210.00

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