Wine Cellar

+44 0 800 838251 Church Farm Shopping Centre, Unit 4
Warrington, VA WA4 6NJ
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  • I ordered this about a month ago. Silly me.  I thought it's a Seghesio, so it must be a Zinfandel.  Not quite.  I guess it's a field blend--Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and Carignane.  Again, something that should be right in my wheelhouse consderitng what a cheerleader I am for the Ridge fleld blends.So, here is my impression.  A good wine, but not ... Read More

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  • Seghesio San Lorenzo Estate 2012

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    Vibrant purple color in the glassmore blue than you normally see. Candied fruit on entry. That seems a bit disappointing. Tannin and acid are, very much, resolved. So, now that Im over the initial fruity blast, Im all over the smoothness. An enjoyable wine, but I think Im going to drink mine up. I see no reason to keep these in the cellar. Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • Symington is an iconic name in wine. For over four generations the Symington name has been synonymous with high quality port. If the name is unfamiliar their port houses are certainly not; Graham’s, Cockburn, Dow, and Warre are among the best producers in the world. After spending week with the Symington’s I came away with a few observations: Fi... Read More

    From the article Drink Port for Warmth this Winter


  • A couple from New Zealand:Then there's this.  The person that ordered this found out that due to a medical condition there no more drinking in her house (she's single so it's her house).  First she wanted it to save, then she didn't - all the while it sat in cellar.  Then one day she picked it up - and a week later she knocked on the door and sa... Read More

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  • Nothing as ethereal as the OT's post above, but after 3 yrs in the cellar....Boy, this opened with large dark berry fruits, black olive, oak, mocha, great legs, great tannins and driving acidity all melded together well.  Rib eye steak, ribs and etc..... For a supermarket cabby this is great.  Our wine group bought a couple of cases and the long... Read More

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  • Not so fast my fine friend - we're here, in my case with more work than I bargained for...also for the last 5-7 days we've bee dealing with severe cold - Monday, Tues & Wed I awoke either straight temps of minus 30 or temps and wind chill down to minus 36 or more.  I was outside most of that time keeping pumps and tanks works at 2 stations.Since... Read More

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  • That sounds nice.  We'll bring a red and a white wine to my wife's ... ... fact, I just went to our wine cellar and brought up the two bottles.  The white goes into the fridge now and the red sits on the counter.  Tonight we are heading into Washington DC to celebrate our 34th wedding anniversary.  This time we shall stay in the city at a nice ... Read More

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  • A normal topic for christmas time that is missing this year. I have an 2009 Mont Redon CdP that I'll serve with prime rib. I'm really looking forward to it. Read More

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  • These are not exactly bought...I give a bottle to each member of our wine club each year.  I expect nothing in return, it's a gift to say thank you for their participation.  This year they surprised me in a big way - last night at our annual Christmas party where we exchange gifts (er - bottles).Never had, nor heard of the 2016 19 Crimes Banishe... Read More

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  • Over the past ten years I’ve watched as Carmenere from Chile has hit the wine scene in a big way. The grape returned from assumed extinction in 1994 – that’s a fairly recent date, especially in wine years. For decades it was believed that Carmenere from Chile was a unique strain of Merlot. Once its true identity was revealed by DNA testing the g... Read More

    From the article Celebrate the Holidays with Carmenere from Chile


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