Spotlight on Domaine Tawse

Don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard the name Domaine Tawse before. Formerly known as Domaine Maume, it changed its name after Moray Tawse purchased it in 2011.

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Spotlight on Domaine Etienne Sauzet

Domaine Etienne Sauzet hardly needs an introduction. Established at the beginning of the 20th century, it has quickly become one of the top addresses in Puligny. The vineyards have been farmed organically since 2006 and are biodynamic since 2010.

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Domaine Hubert Lamy offer

Domaine Hubert Lamy is, without doubt, the most prominent producer in St Aubin, though they also have small plots in Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet. The Lamys have been making wine in St Aubin since 1640, and today the Domaine is run by Olivier Lamy. Olivier’s single-minded passion for pushing limits and achieving quality is extraordinary, even for Burgundian standards. Today his wines are sought after worldwide and need to be allocated on release.

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2019 Donnhoff – Eternal Treasures

We are delighted to release Dönnhoff’s 2019s. Without a doubt, some of the greatest Rieslings to come out of Germany.  2019 is a stellar vintage in Germany, albeit with small yields. What is really exciting is that we have managed to secure a large number of magnums. There is something so beautiful about the slender long Donnhoff bottles, even more so en magnum.

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Coravin UK – 10% Discount

We are delighted to be partnering with Coravin UK to offer Stannary Wine customers an exclusive 10% discount applicable across the whole Coravin website .

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Claude Riffault – Sancerre with a Burgundian Influence

Claude Riffault (run today by Claude’s son Stéphane) is located in the hamlet of Maison Salle (Sury-en-Vaux) and is one of the most exciting estates in the Sancerre appellation. With a Burgundian influence, partial ageing in old oak for texture and a flinty minerality with almost salty freshness, this is serious Sauvignon Blanc, and I rarely call Sauvignon Blanc ‘serious’!

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Heyman-Löwenstein – The Magic of Mosel

This is the first year that we are directly working with Heymann-Löwenstein, one of the most exciting producers in the Mosel. Everything about this estate expresses the enigma that is Reinhard Löwenstein. Like most famous producers, he comes from a family that has been growing grapes since the 16th century, yet the estate is young and was only founded by Reinhard in 1980. Like all the greatest wines in the Mosel, the grapes are hand-harvested, have extended lees contact, are slowly fermented with natural yeasts and vinified in old fuder. The final wines capture the thrilling energy only found in the very best Rieslings.

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Pink Sky At Night – Rosé Delight

With the incredible weather of the past week set to continue until after the late May bank holiday, we have found ourselves in the unexpected position of having completely sold out of our Triennes Rosé. Whilst we wait for new supplies to arrive and with the temperature gauge in London set to be higher today than in Provence and Tuscany, we thought it would be the perfect time to introduce you to some of the other brilliant rosés in our range. Whether you are an easy drinking rosé lover or excited to discover what a serious rosé tastes like, the range below is comprehensive enough to delight all palates. Why not choose a favourite case or discover the full range with a special 15 bottle selection for £285, with 3 bottles of each of the below wines.

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