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2 New 3L bag in box wine from Chile 53tl equivalent to 13.25tl per bottle, single grape and not a blend.
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2 New 3L bag in box wine from Chile 53tl equivalent to 13.25tl per bottle, single grape and not a blend.
2 New 3L bag in box wine from Chile 53tl equivalent to 13.25tl per bottle, single grape and not a blend.
3L Gin. Vodka. White Rum, liquid imported from the UK and boxed in Europe, amazing value and quality
3L Gin. Vodka. White Rum, liquid imported from the UK and boxed in Europe, amazing value and quality
3L Gin. Vodka. White Rum, liquid imported from the UK and boxed in Europe, amazing value and quality
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Gautier XO Pinar Del Rio Cigar Cognac. Do some homework on this Fine Cognac and youll understand That We Offer The Best Prices On The Island Where Wines And Some Spirits Are Concerned   250TL Per Bottle
Gautier XO Pinar Del Rio Cigar Cognac. Do some homework on this Fine Cognac and youll understand That We Offer The Best Prices On The Island Where Wines And Some Spirits Are Concerned 250TL Per Bottle
Gautier XO Pinar Del Rio Cigar Cognac. Do some homework on this Fine Cognac and youll understand That We Offer The Best Prices On The Island Where Wines And Some Spirits Are Concerned   250TL Per Bottle
Gautier XO Pinar Del Rio Cigar Cognac. Do some homework on this Fine Cognac and youll understand That We Offer The Best Prices On The Island Where Wines And Some Spirits Are Concerned 250TL Per Bottle
A Real Beautiful South Australian Shiraz Merlot,Equivalent to 21.25tl per bottle
A Real Beautiful South Australian Shiraz Merlot,Equivalent to 21.25tl per bottle
2013 Domaine Baillard Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons. Best for drinking 2018 until 2025.Winery Domaine Baillard<br />Region: Burgundy<br />The wines which come out of the Burgundy region of France are regularly hailed as amongst the finest in the world, with the area now being synonymous with quality red wines of exceptional flavor, character and aroma. However, Burgundy is no newcomer to the world of fine wines, with the earliest recordings of the quality of this region's produce dating back to the 6th century, and archaeological evidence suggesting that vineyards had been cultivated there for over two thousand years. Today, there are dozens of controlled appellations within Burgundy, each producing exceptional wines typical of the region. The whole area benefits greatly from hot summers and mild, long autumnal periods, which, when coupled with the generations of expertise of the wineries in Burgundy, consistently produces superb wines for the world's enjoyment.  Our Special Price 110TL per Bottle or 100TL per Bottle When Buying A Case Of 6
2013 Domaine Baillard Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons. Best for drinking 2018 until 2025.Winery Domaine Baillard
Region: Burgundy
The wines which come out of the Burgundy region of France are regularly hailed as amongst the finest in the world, with the area now being synonymous with quality red wines of exceptional flavor, character and aroma. However, Burgundy is no newcomer to the world of fine wines, with the earliest recordings of the quality of this region's produce dating back to the 6th century, and archaeological evidence suggesting that vineyards had been cultivated there for over two thousand years. Today, there are dozens of controlled appellations within Burgundy, each producing exceptional wines typical of the region. The whole area benefits greatly from hot summers and mild, long autumnal periods, which, when coupled with the generations of expertise of the wineries in Burgundy, consistently produces superb wines for the world's enjoyment. Our Special Price 110TL per Bottle or 100TL per Bottle When Buying A Case Of 6
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https://www.cognac-expert.com/xo-cognac ... -xo-cognac
CHECK OUT THEIR PRICE ($$) 310 Euro OUR PRICE 250TL
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Double Gold award-winning Cigar XO Cognac
The Gautier XO Pinar Del Rio Cigar Cognac is named after the Cuban valley where the best tobacco leaves are harvested and is a fine XO indeed. This Extra Old Cognac has been crafted from the eaux-de-vie in the Paradise Cellar of Maison Gautier, especially for cigar aficionados. It enables connoisseurs to hold all the aromas of the Cognac in the mouth while allowing you to respect the character of each cigar.

Aged for up to 25 years with the youngest in the blend reaching at least 10 years, it is an award-winning Cognac that is made with eaux-de-vie such as the Fins Bois to give it a full body, Borderies for its mellow quality, and the Fine Champagne for the ‘finesse’ and long finish.

This powerful and complex blend has been assembled in collaboration with the legendary Cuban cigar Master Blender Don Alejandro Robaina, to create the ultimate cigar blend. This house certainly exemplify all things luxury.

Awards
This Cigar Blend has taken home the Double Gold at the San Francisco IWSC.

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The bottle and presentation case are particularly show stopping, with a cigar-look sleeve and an elaborate label in a simple 70cl bottle.

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Best served with a Cuban cigar and neat.

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CHECK OUT THE PRICE ($$) 276,50 € OUR PRICE 250TL
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If Rioja Is Your Wine Then We Have A Good Selection In Which Ill Post A Few
Luis Cañas Reserva is a red wine produced by Luis Cañas, in the D.O Rioja.<br /><br />The winery Luis Cañas is a family run business located in Villabuena (La Rioja Alavesa). The family has been producing wines since the 20th century.<br /><br />Luis Cañas Reserva is produced from the variety Tempranillo (95%) and Graciano (5%).<br /><br />The grapes originate from old vines, aged between 50-60 years old, low yielding vines.<br /><br />The harvest is performed using small 15kg capacity boxes, once at the winery the grapes undergo a double selection process: bunches and grapes.<br /><br />For production, the fermentation process is completed in wooden vats, the malolactic fermentation is achieved through new French (70%) and American (30%) oak barrels.<br /><br />Luis Cañas Reserva is aged in the same barrels for 24 months. Finally, Luis Cañas Reserva is left to refine in the bottle for a further additional 36 months in bottle.<br /><br />Winery<br />Luis Cañas.<br />Grapes<br />Tempranillo, Graciano, . Rioja is arguably Spain's top wine region and is one of only two regions classified under the Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOCa) system. Its two most important red grapes are Tempranillo and Garnacha.<br /><br />Although red wines from Rioja are prized, Spanish wines generally offer great bang for the buck, allowing one to indulge in quality vino without breaking the bank!<br /><br />There are four categories of red wine in Rioja. The youngest of these is “Joven”. “Crianza” wines are required to age for a minimum of 2 years, with 6 months spent in oak barrels. The next level is “Reserva” in which the wine ages for a minimum of 3 years, with at least 1 year in oak barrels. Finally, the most mature wines are labeled “Gran Reserva”. These wines mature for minimum 2 years in oak barrels, followed by at least 3 years in the bottle.<br /><br />Typically younger wines will be lighter in body style, exhibit more fresh fruit characteristics and are suitable to drink while young. Older wines have more developed flavor profiles, earthy characteristics, and are better suited to aging.<br /><br />The medium body and high acidity in Spanish red wines from Rioja makes them excellent for pairing with a variety of foods. The approachable price points makes these wines of outstanding quality, readily available to enjoy sans guilt.
Luis Cañas Reserva is a red wine produced by Luis Cañas, in the D.O Rioja.

The winery Luis Cañas is a family run business located in Villabuena (La Rioja Alavesa). The family has been producing wines since the 20th century.

Luis Cañas Reserva is produced from the variety Tempranillo (95%) and Graciano (5%).

The grapes originate from old vines, aged between 50-60 years old, low yielding vines.

The harvest is performed using small 15kg capacity boxes, once at the winery the grapes undergo a double selection process: bunches and grapes.

For production, the fermentation process is completed in wooden vats, the malolactic fermentation is achieved through new French (70%) and American (30%) oak barrels.

Luis Cañas Reserva is aged in the same barrels for 24 months. Finally, Luis Cañas Reserva is left to refine in the bottle for a further additional 36 months in bottle.

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Luis Cañas.
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Tempranillo, Graciano, . Rioja is arguably Spain's top wine region and is one of only two regions classified under the Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOCa) system. Its two most important red grapes are Tempranillo and Garnacha.

Although red wines from Rioja are prized, Spanish wines generally offer great bang for the buck, allowing one to indulge in quality vino without breaking the bank!

There are four categories of red wine in Rioja. The youngest of these is “Joven”. “Crianza” wines are required to age for a minimum of 2 years, with 6 months spent in oak barrels. The next level is “Reserva” in which the wine ages for a minimum of 3 years, with at least 1 year in oak barrels. Finally, the most mature wines are labeled “Gran Reserva”. These wines mature for minimum 2 years in oak barrels, followed by at least 3 years in the bottle.

Typically younger wines will be lighter in body style, exhibit more fresh fruit characteristics and are suitable to drink while young. Older wines have more developed flavor profiles, earthy characteristics, and are better suited to aging.

The medium body and high acidity in Spanish red wines from Rioja makes them excellent for pairing with a variety of foods. The approachable price points makes these wines of outstanding quality, readily available to enjoy sans guilt.
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If You Would Like To Know More About This Fantastic Rioja Winery The Link Is Below. We also have Rioja From Faustino
https://grupomarquesdelatrio.com/en/win ... io-winery/
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We Currently carry stock approx 250 to 300 different wines from around 23 countries
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Do you stock any Wolf Blass wines?

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We are also the distributor of Chateau Changyu China’s biggest wine-producing company Changyu in Ningxia. The wine from this Cellar we stock is a lovely Bordeaux style Red and in my opinion, is fantastic for the price.
If your interested to know about this Winery, chinas oldest Winery link below
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ABV on wines would be helpful. Any 1Lt Cointreau in stock?

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Groucho wrote: ↑
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Do you stock any Wolf Blass wines?
To be honest, I did keep a few different wines from Barossa Valley and wolf Blass winery was one but they proved a little too expensive for our market place, it's possible I have a couple left but ill have to check.
Now we keep more mid-range priced Aussie wines.
I thought we had Wolf Blass but we havent any left
I thought we had Wolf Blass but we havent any left
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Dark Rum? Not Captain Morgan - real rum please - lol.
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A Fantastic South Australian Shiraz 14.5% Quite chewy and leathery
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Dark Rum? Not Captain Morgan - real rum please - lol.
We Have a Few Quality Rums and a few more on their way
Also Bumbu THE WORLD'S MOST DECORATED RUM:
FIVE GOLD MEDALS IN TWO YEARS FROM THE LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL SPIRITS COMPETITION
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Dark Rum? Not Captain Morgan - real rum please - lol.
Ive just remembered actually I have another Rum coming with the next truck
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Chateauneuf du Pape Blanco and Chateauneuf du pape
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Brinsley wrote: ↑
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ABV on wines would be helpful. Any 1Lt Cointreau in stock?
Hi Brinsley
I'll try to remember to add the ABV when I post new wines in the future but the majority of our wines range from 12.5 % too 16% reds. We may even have a 16.5% Red from memory ((W\)) Sorry no 1Lt Cointreau in stock, we only sell what we import ourself and never been asked for it before and do not stock anything from any other suppliers within TRNC
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End of line stock. Making Space for new wines, about 20 cases Left

Tarapaca Sauvignon Blanc was 48tl Per Bottle
NOW 36TL Bottle About 4 pounds a bottle (:Q)
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Chilean Sauvignon Blanc
Chile is known for making some of the most popular Sauvignon Blanc in the world. The wines are light, refreshing, citrusy and enjoyable.

Often more affordable, Chilean Sauvignon Blancs are not as pungent as New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs, and a little fruitier than French Sancerre, also made from this grape.

Sauvignon Blanc can have a wide range of flavours, but it is known for its green flavours, which some people love and other people hate. These flavours can be like freshly cut grass, green peppers, or herbs.

The Sauvignon Blancs from Chile do not have as many of those green flavours and instead are more citrus-forward. You are more likely to have a wine that is filled with delicious grapefruit, passionfruit, or lime flavours. The wines are typically simple but enjoyable.

Look for Sauvignon Blancs from the Aconcagua Valley or the Casablanca Valley for some really great examples.
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Valhalla Honey Mead 14.5% Alc
Valhalla Honey Mead 14.5% Alc


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What a Beautiful Sipping Drink and recycle the bottle, a beautiful earthware bottle with cork to keep your olive oil in (:Q) Makes this drink very inexpensive

The Drink Of Vikings !

Honey is used in a small number of alcoholic beverages, either as a base ingredient or a sweetening flavour enhancer. Until the discovery of cane sugar, honey was one of the very few sweeteners available and was considered an indulgent luxury. Only the rich and powerful could spare honey for use in the production of beer and wine, and even then it was used primarily to improve the flavour of weak ales.

Mead is the most prominent example of a product fermented from honey. The honey is first mixed with water and sometimes grain mash (from which it is separated following fermentation) and the resulting liquid is then allowed to ferment. The alcoholic strength of mead varies from 8-17 per cent ABV, unless fortified with grape spirit or grain spirit. Regional variants of mead exist in several localities around the world, such as Hydromel in France, Honigwein in Germany and Toaka in Madagascar. Mead which has been aromatized with herbs and/or spices is known as Metheglin. The most common additions to Metheglin are lavender, thyme, mint, cloves, cinnamon and ginger.

Honey
Honey, the essence of mead
It is widely (mistakenly) thought that mead was invented in the monasteries of medieval Europe. In fact, the original versions were made by the ancient Greeks and Egyptians several thousand years earlier.

A natural and relatively accessible product, honey provided an obvious base for mankind’s first experiments with fermentation, and almost certainly predates grapes and grain as ingredients in alcoholic beverages.

It is likely that the first mead was made accidentally rather than deliberately, perhaps the by-product of a moist honey pot left out in the sunshine.

Like wine, mead has strong religious associations, although rather than being directly sanctioned by God, it was the by-product of work carried out in his name. In the Dark Ages, monasteries were a symbol of light, in both real and metaphorical senses – not only were they centres of learning and enlightenment, but they were also one of the few places where candles were a requirement rather than a luxury. Beehives kept as a source of beeswax inevitably also provided honey for the table, although the production ratio of wax to honey meant there was often more honey than required. It was this surplus that was turned into mead.

For centuries, mead was made and consumed in monasteries all over Europe. Those blessed with suitable terroir (particularly in Burgundy) also made wine, and the Cistercian monks of northwestern Europe also made their famous Trappist beers, the early forms of which may well have included honey.

Honey liqueurs are quite distinct from mead and are most often made from a grain-spirit base sweetened with honey.

Is Mead good for your health?
The main ingredient of mead being honey, it is believed to possess a variety of benefits as it comprises of more than 180 substances which include minerals, enzymes, vitamins, antitoxic, and sugars. It also contains pollen which contains more proteins essential for good health than beef.
What is the Viking drink mead?
Mead (”Old English: medu, meodu”), (Old Norse mjöð), (”Danish: Mjød”) is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting honey, water, and yeast, and if you want more flavours, you can just add different herbs, fruits, grains or spices, so you can tweak it to your liking.

Mead, is a drink for the gods, is mentioned in Greek myths as well as Norse mythology where the god Odin was said to have gained his strength because he drank mead as a suckling baby. Vikings also believed that when they died honourable deaths and reached Valhalla, they would be rewarded with mead.
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http://www.mollysirishcreamusa.com/ Made in the old Baileys factory in Clonmel Ireland. The difference between Mollys and Baileys is the Price. 1L of Mollys costs less than a 70cl Baileys
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Molly's Irish Cream Liquor is a premium blend of fresh dairy cream, aged Irish Whiskey, fine Irish Spirits, and natural chocolate flavours. Molly's uses the freshest possible, highest quality Irish cream which is sourced locally from grass-fed cows- in fact, it is so fresh that it typically takes only 48 hours from cow to bottle. With a long history in cream liquor blending and using state of the art technology, Molly's is arguably the world's best tasting Irish Cream Liqueur. Today, Molly's is enjoyed in over 40 countries worldwide, spread across six continents.

THE VALUE OF MOLLY'S
Whilst the price of a bottle of Molly's will vary from market to market due to exchange and tax differences, Molly's aims to ensure exceptional value versus the competition in every market.
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Ruby Port And Tawny Port-Marsala -Fino Sherry - Cream Sherry etc
Marsala wine has a unique taste for two reasons: the use of only Sicilian indigenous grapes and a complex winemaking process. Making Marsala wine is actually pretty difficulte:<br /><br />Marsala is fortified with brandy or neutral grape spirit usually made with regional grapes.<br />A cooked grape must called ‘Mosto Cotto’ gives Amber Marsala its deep brown color.<br />A sweetened fortified wine called ‘Mistella’ is often blended, made from Grillo grapes.<br />High-end Marsala wines employ a special aging system called Soleras.
Marsala wine has a unique taste for two reasons: the use of only Sicilian indigenous grapes and a complex winemaking process. Making Marsala wine is actually pretty difficulte:

Marsala is fortified with brandy or neutral grape spirit usually made with regional grapes.
A cooked grape must called ‘Mosto Cotto’ gives Amber Marsala its deep brown color.
A sweetened fortified wine called ‘Mistella’ is often blended, made from Grillo grapes.
High-end Marsala wines employ a special aging system called Soleras.
These are the only Ports that use different grape types than all the other Ports mentioned. They range in sweetness levels from very dry to very sweet (called Lagrima Port). Typically, they are relatively inexpensive and are used as an aperitif or mixed with tonic and lemon into a drink called “Port Tonic.” The latter is a very refreshing drink on a warm summer day. There are also some rare bottles of White Colheita’s that exist, but these are very hard if not impossible to find.<br /><br />White Port or “Porto Branco” in Portuguese is an uncommon category of Port but a great place to start. I have enjoyed this style of Porto from the first time I had it at Quinta do Bomfim. Most often served as a chilled aperitif; unfortunately they’re rarely appreciated or promoted in the US marketplace.<br /><br />White Port is made from white grapes of which a few dozen varieties qualify for the final blend. There are nearly as many white varieties grown in the Douro as red grape types. Some of the more widely used white grapes are: Moscatel, Malvasia Fina and Gouveio (a.k.a. Verdelho, which is also used in Madeira production as is Malvasia), Rabigato, and the prolific Codega (the most widely planted white grape in the Douro) to name a few more esoteric ones. White Port is fortified like all other styles of Porto, but vinified like a tawny and aged for a year in huge oak tanks before further aging in “Pipes” (550 liter oak casks) prior to bottling. The wines range in color from that of a pale straw Chardonnay to a beautiful salmon color seen frequently in Rose, to those aged for extended periods in wood that resemble the appearance of ancient Tawnies.<br /><br />There are a few distinct styles of White Porto, which are segregated by the degree of sweetness levels, and they can be either sweet or dry, or somewhere in between. Another point of differentiation is the length of aging time.<br /><br />The Light Dry White Porto is known as “Leve Seco” which has a lower alcohol content of 16.5% and ages in oak between 5 – 10 years and gains complexity like a Sherry or Tawny Port while losing its residual sugar as it ages.<br />The medium sweet White Porto ages in wood for at least 3 years and shows more color definition and body than Leve Seco.<br /><br />The sweetest White Porto is known as “Lágrima” and is very delicious. I have only seen and tasted Lágrima in Portugal and the Portuguese seem to like this sweet style very much and it is widely available there, but not found easily elsewhere in the world. Oak aging is between 3 - 5 years and the wine is produced utilizing free run juice from a variety of white grapes. This sweet style is very different and can double as a dessert wine as it pairs well with a variety of cheeses. I only wish it were exported to the USA as I have only seen it here once and that was a recent tasting of Barros.<br /><br />My favorite White Ports in order of preference: Churchill, Niepoort, Ferreira’s Lágrima and Dow. Seek out any of these wines for unique flavor profiles, not to mention great wines to sip during hot summer months. Another great way to enjoy White Port is in a Port Tonic, as described above.
These are the only Ports that use different grape types than all the other Ports mentioned. They range in sweetness levels from very dry to very sweet (called Lagrima Port). Typically, they are relatively inexpensive and are used as an aperitif or mixed with tonic and lemon into a drink called “Port Tonic.” The latter is a very refreshing drink on a warm summer day. There are also some rare bottles of White Colheita’s that exist, but these are very hard if not impossible to find.

White Port or “Porto Branco” in Portuguese is an uncommon category of Port but a great place to start. I have enjoyed this style of Porto from the first time I had it at Quinta do Bomfim. Most often served as a chilled aperitif; unfortunately they’re rarely appreciated or promoted in the US marketplace.

White Port is made from white grapes of which a few dozen varieties qualify for the final blend. There are nearly as many white varieties grown in the Douro as red grape types. Some of the more widely used white grapes are: Moscatel, Malvasia Fina and Gouveio (a.k.a. Verdelho, which is also used in Madeira production as is Malvasia), Rabigato, and the prolific Codega (the most widely planted white grape in the Douro) to name a few more esoteric ones. White Port is fortified like all other styles of Porto, but vinified like a tawny and aged for a year in huge oak tanks before further aging in “Pipes” (550 liter oak casks) prior to bottling. The wines range in color from that of a pale straw Chardonnay to a beautiful salmon color seen frequently in Rose, to those aged for extended periods in wood that resemble the appearance of ancient Tawnies.

There are a few distinct styles of White Porto, which are segregated by the degree of sweetness levels, and they can be either sweet or dry, or somewhere in between. Another point of differentiation is the length of aging time.

The Light Dry White Porto is known as “Leve Seco” which has a lower alcohol content of 16.5% and ages in oak between 5 – 10 years and gains complexity like a Sherry or Tawny Port while losing its residual sugar as it ages.
The medium sweet White Porto ages in wood for at least 3 years and shows more color definition and body than Leve Seco.

The sweetest White Porto is known as “Lágrima” and is very delicious. I have only seen and tasted Lágrima in Portugal and the Portuguese seem to like this sweet style very much and it is widely available there, but not found easily elsewhere in the world. Oak aging is between 3 - 5 years and the wine is produced utilizing free run juice from a variety of white grapes. This sweet style is very different and can double as a dessert wine as it pairs well with a variety of cheeses. I only wish it were exported to the USA as I have only seen it here once and that was a recent tasting of Barros.

My favorite White Ports in order of preference: Churchill, Niepoort, Ferreira’s Lágrima and Dow. Seek out any of these wines for unique flavor profiles, not to mention great wines to sip during hot summer months. Another great way to enjoy White Port is in a Port Tonic, as described above.
Cream is a semi sweet wine which is obtained exclusively from oxidative ageing and involves blending the Oloroso (in what is known as cabeceo) with an amount of Pedro Ximénez, hence it being commonly known as Sweet Oloroso. <br /><br />Tasting Notes<br />Ranging from chestnut brown to dark mahogany in colour this wine has a dense, syrupy appearance. A strong oloroso bouquet in the nose combines with a hint of sweetness reminiscent of roasted nuts, such as in nougat or caramel. Full bodied and velvety in the mouth with a well-balanced sweetness, seductively elegant with a lingering aftertaste combining hints of sweetness with the characteristics traits of an oloroso.<br /><br />Did You Know?<br />The intensity of this wine and its concentration of sweetness allow it to be served “on the rocks” while it continues to show its aromatic power and length on the palate. Served in a tumbler, Cream with ice and a slice of orange is a fantastic aperitif which combines the complexity of Sherry with delicious citrus notes.
Cream is a semi sweet wine which is obtained exclusively from oxidative ageing and involves blending the Oloroso (in what is known as cabeceo) with an amount of Pedro Ximénez, hence it being commonly known as Sweet Oloroso.

Tasting Notes
Ranging from chestnut brown to dark mahogany in colour this wine has a dense, syrupy appearance. A strong oloroso bouquet in the nose combines with a hint of sweetness reminiscent of roasted nuts, such as in nougat or caramel. Full bodied and velvety in the mouth with a well-balanced sweetness, seductively elegant with a lingering aftertaste combining hints of sweetness with the characteristics traits of an oloroso.

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The intensity of this wine and its concentration of sweetness allow it to be served “on the rocks” while it continues to show its aromatic power and length on the palate. Served in a tumbler, Cream with ice and a slice of orange is a fantastic aperitif which combines the complexity of Sherry with delicious citrus notes.
It is characterized by nutty aromas, tobacco, aromatic herbs and often ethereal, polished notes of oak. The fusion of two different aging processes makes Amontillado wines extraordinarily complex and intriguing.<br /><br />Made fully dry but often sweetened for export, Amontillado is also bottled slightly higher in alcohol: between 16º and 22º (the older it is, the higher the natural alcohol volume will be due to concentration and evaporation). As of 2012, the rules applicable to the Consejo Regulador say that Amontillado should be naturally dry and can no longer be sweetened. Sweetend Amontillado can still produced but they should be labeled Medium / Cream sherry, sometimes with an addition like “Blend of Amontillado”.
It is characterized by nutty aromas, tobacco, aromatic herbs and often ethereal, polished notes of oak. The fusion of two different aging processes makes Amontillado wines extraordinarily complex and intriguing.

Made fully dry but often sweetened for export, Amontillado is also bottled slightly higher in alcohol: between 16º and 22º (the older it is, the higher the natural alcohol volume will be due to concentration and evaporation). As of 2012, the rules applicable to the Consejo Regulador say that Amontillado should be naturally dry and can no longer be sweetened. Sweetend Amontillado can still produced but they should be labeled Medium / Cream sherry, sometimes with an addition like “Blend of Amontillado”.



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Maybe around 20 new Flavoured Gins coming to the NC market over the next few months, still working on some great tonics to bring. |:) (:|
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Whitley Neill is the UK’s number one premium gin.
Launched in 2005 by Johnny Neill, the Original Handcrafted Dry Gin contains two African botanicals, Baobab fruit and Cape Gooseberries giving it an exotic touch to the palate.
The Whitley Neill range of flavoured gins showcases the Neill family’s legacy of experimenting with exceptional flavours, sourced from all over the world to create the most distinctive and intriguing spirits.
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Whitley Neill, handcrafted in the UK, is made from a 100% grain spirit that is steeped with botanicals prior to being distilled in a beautiful antique copper pot still called ‘Constance’ who is over 100 years old.

Only the purest water is used and each of the nine botanicals are carefully selected to ensure that they are of the highest quality. Whitley Neill’s tagline of “Made in England and Inspired by Africa” goes a long way in describing what those botanicals might be.

Bringing together a mix of innovative botanicals like cape gooseberries and baobab fruit to its lineup, it also has other more traditional botanicals such as juniper, coriander, lemon & orange peel, angelica root, cassia bark and orris root.

The tag line also lends its cues to the attitude taken on by the creator Johnny Neill, as it reflects his fresh 21st century outlook whilst also making a reference to gin’s heritage and the London based gin distilling experience put into use at the distillery.
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Over eight generations of gin making pedigree - handcrafted English Dry Gin inspired by Cape Town, Africa.

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Many many cocktails if that's what you enjoy > https://www.whitleyneill.com/en_GB/cocktails/

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A Slightly different drink from the same company



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2 identical tasting mixers but the only difference is the price,1 is half the price of the other
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Is that an Aperol look a like?? Now that summer’s here I will be drinking those!

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Is that an Aperol look a like?? Now that summer’s here I will be drinking those!
Same liquid Different Brand, less money, in fact nearly half the price.

Same great taste in your bubbly |:) (:|
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Looks wonderful, but no delivery to Dipkarpaz, I presume????????????

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Looks wonderful, but no delivery to Dipkarpaz, I presume????????????
To be honest the drive out there would be great.

Yesterday I had a delivery to essentepe but to be honest to Karpaz the sale would have to be min 300 Sterling ($$)

You would end up with a beautiful selection of wines ! (:()) (:())

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Why didn’t you tell me when I was there? Have to make another trip now!

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Why didn’t you tell me when I was there? Have to make another trip now!
If we're doing some more deliveries over that side Gulzhan will call you and we will bring 1 over
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Silverboom  Shiraz Merlot 14.5% big heavy beautiful chewy Red. What a Fantastic smooth Velvet Red. 1 of my favourites.<br />Silverboom No. 74285<br />Special Reserve Shiraz Merlot , <br /><br />South Africa , Western Cape , Coastal Region , Swartland<br /><br /><br />Very fruity taste with roasted barrels, blackberry, plum, violet, black pepper, coffee and chocolate. Serve at 16-18 ° C for grilled lamb or beef dishes.
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Very fruity taste with roasted barrels, blackberry, plum, violet, black pepper, coffee and chocolate. Serve at 16-18 ° C for grilled lamb or beef dishes.
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Do you stock any Wolf Blass wines?
I like Wolf Blass Eagle Hawk Chardonnay. Seen it in Alphamega once or twice. Lovely stuff.

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Do you stock any Wolf Blass wines?
I like Wolf Blass Eagle Hawk Chardonnay. Seen it in Alphamega once or twice. Lovely stuff.
I really fell in love with the Shiraz in the late 90's...

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Do you stock any Wolf Blass wines?
I like Wolf Blass Eagle Hawk Chardonnay. Seen it in Alphamega once or twice. Lovely stuff.
I really fell in love with the Shiraz in the late 90's...
I know its not 100% Shiraz, but this Blend shiraz merlot is absolutely amazing,We sell cases and cases of this wine,i do also have several pure shiraz grape.
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Spiced Sierra Tequila Xtra Special Offer 65 TL a Bottle P:))

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Sierra Tequila Licor Spiced is a unique tequila-based liqueur made from blue agave and flavoured with orange and cinnamon, resulting in a sweet, yet festively spicy formula with plenty of kick. A hit on the German market for years, it’s best enjoyed straight on ice, or mixed into a variety of cocktails where the spice could really shine.


Fieldworkers (jimadores) of Sierra Tequila have years of experience, and they care for the agaves with their hands and hearts from the time they are planted to when they are harvested, which can be up to twelve years. They work the Sierra fields without the help of machines, which allows the plants to benefit from their natural environment in peace. On average, agaves grow for about 7 to 12 years until they are harvested. Every agave is an individual. Therefore, Anejo Tequila takes about 12 to 15 years in production until it can be consumed. There is one thing that all Destilería Sierra tequilas have in common, and that is the traditional care with which they are handled throughout the entire production process.
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