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And that, my fellow oenophiles, finishes my listing of this years Limited Edition wines. The only way to get your hands on these wines is by preorder so be sure to contact me by Saturday, 2 December. Contact me today so that you don't forget and let these beauties get away from you. This YouTube video plays all 5 videos and gives some excellent recipes at www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmDpF844kBU&list=PL-miuHXGJyqgMV8yovfJUwWcTJYlMGDVZ&index=2 ...

Negroamaro with grape skins - arriving April 2018 - is richly jewel-hued, full bodied and a classic varietal. Mild hints of wood and spice on the nose play with fruity notes for a complex aroma. On the palate, ripe berry is complemented by ground baking spice and silky tannins with a long finish. This is a hearty, versatile wine that couples well with many cuisines, but Italian, of course, is a flawless pairing. Choose an antipasto with spicy elements like salami or pepper marinated vegetables like eggplant. A simple but delicious peperonata can be enjoyed with crusty bread or as a side to roasted and grilled meat. See the YouTube video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zpn1iemwVGk ...

Milagro Blanco - arriving March 2018 - this vine planted in water-absorbing limestone and chalk sub-soil produces grapes that boast concentrated flavours that burst on the palate. The fruity and floral character of this white wine pairs exquisitely with moderately spiced Szechuan, Thai and Vietnamese dishes. Lighter meats like chicken and white fish with green salad dressed in light vinaigrette are natural matches for a fresh, tantalizing meal. See the YouTube video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TKBhRxNGtM ...

Merlot - arriving February 2018 - from New Zealand. Ripe fruit with spice and soft tannins take precedence in this Merlot. The lingering finish brings dark oaky spice, as well as hints of mocha and licorice. Treat yourself and enjoy with slow-cooked beef and lamb dishes or a gorgeous Ossobuco. Roasted, slightly caramelized tomatoes on crostini drizzled with balsamic reduction is a simple starter that is impeccable with this wine. Looking for a cheese to pair? Try Gouda or smoked cheddar. Visit YouTube for a video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RgPMNnuyfc ...

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