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2019 Casa Lapostolle, Clos Apalta, Colchagua Valley
Tucked away in the Colchagua Valley, near the town of Santa Cruz, the Apalta Valley was the place selected by a visionary in the 1910s who planted this amazing vineyard using a unique French massal selection. In 1994, Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet acquired this property. Clos Apalta was born in 1997 as the iconic wine of the Domaines Bournet-Lapostolle in Chile under the idea to magnify the exceptional terroir of Apalta with French expertise.
Shaping the vineyard foot by foot, building a state-of-the-art gravity fed winery, the family succeeded in making Clos Apalta one of the most iconic wines in South America. Currently, the team is led by the son of the founders and 7th generation, Charles de Bournet. Many international rewards have consolidated its position in the “Legends of Chile” (2005 TOP#1 Wine spectator Magazine, 2017, 100pts by James Suckling, for the third time).
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond£435 / Case£541.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2020 El Campo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Valley
This is another great wine from El Campo, full of fruity blackcurrant and cherry notes, easy drinking with lots of flavour. The perfect match to your Sunday roast!
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£8.30 / Bottle£6.92 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2023 Emiliana, Adobe Reserva Chardonnay, Casablanca Valley
A refreshing organic wine with nicely balanced aromas of grapefruit and lime that intermingle with subtle tropical fruit aromas, especially pineapple, and a touch of herbs. On the palate, it is a fresh and fruity wine, with velvety texture and a persistent, enjoyable finish. Great value! Ideal for serving with fish and shellfish, cooked with creamy sauces or butter.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.80 / Bottle£9 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2021 Emiliana, Adobe Reserva Malbec, Rapel Valley
Organic, hand-harvested, this sumptuous Chilean Malbec is deep ruby-red in colour with vibrant aromas of redcurrant and blackberries, elegantly combined with mild notes of white pepper. Medium-bodied on the palate with silky ripe tannins and a long, broad finish. An elegant wine that is easy to drink.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.99 / Bottle£9.16 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2022 Emiliana, Adobe Reserva Rose, Rapel Valley
Adobe is a line of organic reserve wine that reflect the highest quality of the vineyards and a deep respect for the environment and its workers. Everything used to make this organic wine is of natural origin.
Pale almost Provençale,-pink in colour with gentle strawberry and red cherry aromas, with fresh summer fruits on the palate and a silky yet refreshing finish. Delicate and easy to drink.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.80 / Bottle£9 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Emiliana, Colchagua Coyam, Colchagua Valley
A wine that is named after the oak forests which surround Emiliana's magical Colchagua home, Los Robles.
This wine is hugely evocative of the best Chilean reds, largely down to Emiliana’s belief in Carménère which forms a third of this blend. A nose of the very classically leafy Carménère and Cabernet family with some natural charcoal and tarry notes. The palate is deeply expressive of the blend with a tightly grained oak structure. Rich and packed with complex fruit character. Good concentration and structure that draws out the persistent finish.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£23.90 / Bottle£19.92 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Francois Lurton (Hacienda Araucano), Clo de Lolol, Tinto
Lolol, in the south-west of Colchagua enjoys a cooler climate than other parts of the valley.
Francois Lurton is renowned for creating distinctive wines. He purchased the Araucano Estate in 2000 and these wines have further cemented his reputation.
This wine is sophisticated and serious. The nose shows leather, chocolate and black fruits. The palate is very rich and full-bodied. It reveals dark bramble fruit, black pepper combine with sweet notes of earthiness.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£25.60 / Bottle£21.33 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2018 J. Bouchon, Block Series Carmenere, Maule Valley
It all started with Emile Bouchon at the end of the 19th Century. Today Julio Bouchon (4th generation) and his children carry on the family tradition of making distinctive and terroir-driven wines.

The Block Series is all about terroir. These wines, made from Carmenere grapes, are from small parcels no more than then than 2 hectares each. After the harvest, the grapes are stocked in a tank at a low temperature for 48 hours. Then the fermentation process begins for 12 days at a normal temperature (24-28C). This process gives the wine a pure expression of the grape. 

The wine is aged in foudre (70%) and French oak barrels (30%) for 12 months.

The wine will pair perfectly with Indian and Mexican food, stuffed mixed spiced vegetables or would be excellent with barbecued grilled meat.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£18.75 / Bottle£15.63 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2016 J. Bouchon, Block Series Carmenere, Maule Valley
It all started with Emile Bouchon at the end of the 19th Century. Today Julio Bouchon (4th generation) and his children carry on the family tradition of making distinctive and terroir-driven wines.

The Block Series is all about terroir. These wines, made from Carmenere grapes, are from small parcels no more than then than 2 hectares each. After the harvest, the grapes are stocked in a tank at a low temperature for 48 hours. Then the fermentation process begins for 12 days at a normal temperature (24-28C). This process gives the wine a pure expression of the grape. 

The wine is aged in foudre (70%) and French oak barrels (30%) for 12 months.

The wine will pair perfectly with Indian and Mexican food, stuffed mixed spiced vegetables or would be excellent with barbecued grilled meat.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£17.65 / Bottle£14.71 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2016 J. Bouchon, Block Series Carmenere, Maule Valley
It all started with Emile Bouchon at the end of the 19th Century. Today Julio Bouchon (4th generation) and his children carry on the family tradition of making distinctive and terroir-driven wines.

The Block Series is all about terroir. These wines, made from Carmenere grapes, are from small parcels no more than then than 2 hectares each. After the harvest, the grapes are stocked in a tank at a low temperature for 48 hours. Then the fermentation process begins for 12 days at a normal temperature (24-28C). This process gives the wine a pure expression of the grape. 

The wine is aged in foudre (70%) and French oak barrels (30%) for 12 months.

The wine will pair perfectly with Indian and Mexican food, stuffed mixed spiced vegetables or would be excellent with barbecued grilled meat.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£17.65 / Bottle£14.71 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 J. Bouchon, Pais Viejo, Maule Valley
Grape: 100% organic Pais, aged 4 months in concrete vats.
Light, crunchy style of red from a variety that was, until recently, Chile’s most widely planted grape. Harvested from the surrounding trees that these old vines have adopted as their home, this has a brightness and scimitar-sharp acidity that is the perfect foil for rich, hearty dishes.
Fruity aromas are the stand out, with just a hint of herbs. The palate is very juicy and fresh.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£12.10 / Bottle£10.08 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2022 Las Ninas Ella Reserva Valle de Leyda Sauvignon Blanc Organic
This wine is pale yellow with green hues. The nose is pronounced and presents aromatic intensity, revealing citrus fruit like grapefruit, limes and mandarins, along with herbaceous notes like freshly mown grass and lemon verbena. In the mouth, this is a well-balanced wine with crisp, racy acidity, a creamy texture and a citrus note in the finish.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£11.60 / Bottle£9.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2020 Rothschild & Concha Y Toro, Almaviva, Maipo Valley
VM95
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond£660 / Case£811.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
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2023 The Myth of Motu Nui, Sauvignon blanc, Aconcagua
The Sauvignon Blanc grapes are grown in three excellent sites across the Leyda and San Antonio D.O. The proximity of the vineyards to the Pacific Ocean (only 10km’s away) and its fresh coastal breezes ensures grapes ripen slowly. This allows the grapes to retain their natural citrus flavours and freshness but also to develop great aromatics.
Bright, aromatic and crisply textural. The Myth of Motu Nui is a delightfully aromatic Sauvignon Blanc as rich as the myths that inspire the name.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.96 / Bottle£9.13 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2021 Vina Requingua, Toro de Piedra Late Harvest, Curico Valley
A nose of honey, apricots and marmalade extends to a luscious yet well balanced palate. There is some acidity here which adds freshness and keeps the wine very clean. Warm stone fruits, orange citrus and nectarine linger on the pleasing finish.
1x37.5cl ⋅ Duty Paid£9.79 / Bottle£8.16 excl. VAT / Bottle
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2022 Boutinot, The Myth of Motu Nui, Aconcagua
The Sauvignon Blanc grapes are grown in the Aconcagua region’s coastal Leyda Valley, just 10 kms from the Pacific coast, whose cooling effect ensures grapes ripen slowly, retaining great aromatic citrus flavours and freshness.

Fermentation in stainless steel tanks is followed by around 8 weeks on their lees to add texture and complexity. 

Bearing similarities with Sauvignon Blancs from New Zealand’s Marlborough region, the result is crisp and bright, with fresh, citrus, grassy aromas and a touch of gooseberry.

Perfect with grilled fish or goats’ cheese salads.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.95 / Bottle£9.13 excl. VAT / Bottle
2021 El Campo, Chardonnay, Central Valley
2019 El Campo Chardonnay Chile -B
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£8.95 / Bottle£7.46 excl. VAT / Bottle
2020 El Campo, Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley
A cheery, full wine from El Campo, bursting with citrus notes and floral character. Easy drinking with lots of flavour. The perfect match to your fish dishes and summer salads.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£8.95 / Bottle£7.46 excl. VAT / Bottle
2022 Emiliana, Adobe Reserva Chardonnay, Casablanca Valley
A refreshing organic wine with nicely balanced aromas of grapefruit and lime that intermingle with subtle tropical fruit aromas, especially pineapple, and a touch of herbs. On the palate, it is a fresh and fruity wine, with velvety texture and a persistent, enjoyable finish. Great value! Ideal for serving with fish and shellfish, cooked with creamy sauces or butter. Also it is perfect accompanying pasta with seafood sauces and as aperitif, served with different cheese and dried fruits. At a recent cheese & wine tasting at N&P this was given a resounding thumbs up when we paired it with Chaource, a rich, soft, slightly nutty cheese.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£10.80 / Bottle£9 excl. VAT / Bottle
2019 Emiliana, Colchagua Coyam, Colchagua Valley 1x70cl ⋅ Duty Paid£22.66 / Bottle£18.88 excl. VAT / Bottle
2021 Emiliana, Novas Gran Reserva Riesling, Bio Bio Valley
Fantastic Riesling wines from one of the Southern regions called Bio Bio. The vines have been grown in Mulchen since 1993. 

 Grapes are handpicked and pressed. Selected yeasts are added, and two-thirds of the must is fermented in neutral barrels. The remaining third is fermented in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures (12–14ºC) to preserve the aromas and freshness of the wine. Once fermentation is complete, the new wine is left in contact with its fine lees with periodic stirring (batonnage). 

 This wine will pair with poultry and is great with Asian food and vegetarian options. Alternatively, it's fine on its own too.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£11.90 / Bottle£9.92 excl. VAT / Bottle
2021 Francois Lurton (Hacienda Araucano), Clos de Lolol Blanc, Lolol
A blend of chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Bright greenish yellow, silver reflections. Nuances of white tropical fruit, ripe mango, papaya, subtle hints of orange blossom, red berryish touch. Juicy, white stone fruit, delicate melon, discreet acidity, mineral and well lasting, lemony touch on the finish, a versatile companion at the table.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£25.60 / Bottle£21.33 excl. VAT / Bottle
2019 J. Bouchon, Granito Semillon, Maule Valley 1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£36.00 / Bottle£30 excl. VAT / Bottle
2017 Mondavi & Chadwick, Sena, Aconcagua
VM94
Seña was created as a joint venture between Eduardo Chadwick and Robert Mondavi back in 1995, with the aim of making wine like First Growths wines in Bordeaux. This was to prove Chile is also a great area for premium wine production.

Under biodynamic farming principles in the Aconcagua Valley, this wine is made from a Bordeaux blend with a touch of Chilean soul from the Carmenere grape.

Blend: 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Malbec. 15% Carmenere, 10% Cabernet Franc, 8% Petit Verdot

The fermentation process is classic and the wine is aged for 22 months in French oak barrels (88%) from 70% new oak and in foudre (12%)
6x75cl ⋅ In Bond £315 / Case £397.22 incl. Duty & VAT / Case
2021 Mucho Mas Central Valley Merlot
Chile is the perfect spot for Merlot grapes. Central Valley producers make easy to drink and fruity style wines.
This well-made wine with dark fruit, black cherry, mocha notes has soft juicy tannins with a linear finish.
Excellent value for money; a crowd-pleaser.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£8.15 / Bottle£6.79 excl. VAT / Bottle
2017 Tabali, Talinay Pinot Noir, Limari Valley
The Talinay vineyard is located a mere 12 km from the Pacific Ocean, in the Limari wine-producing area found about 450 km north of Santiago.

It is the only vineyard site in Chile to be planted over pure chalk/limestone soil – producing elegant and refined wines.

The combination of cooling breeze from the Pacific Ocean and a hot, arid climate, allows it to grow grapes that result in fresh wines with a distinct minerality.

Hand-harvested, fermentation with native yeasts took place in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks before being aged for about 12 months in French oak barrels. Aromas and flavours of cherry and red fruit with an elegant touch of “Pinot earthiness” showing through.

Pairs nicely with grilled lamb, roast duck, guinea fowl, pheasant.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid£20.73 / Bottle£17.27 excl. VAT / Bottle
2019 Vina Dagaz Colchagua Rapel Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
From Chile’s Colchagua Valley, a sub-region of the Rapel Valley, which is situated about 30 kms from the Pacific Ocean at a moderately high altitude of around 240m above sea level.
This ensures excellent conditions for viticulture; the warmth being cooled by coastal breezes and natural irrigation from the Andes’ meltwater.

Carefully aged in a variety of French oak barrels adds complexity and elegant sweet spice to the fresh , juicy black and red fruits. 

Great with beef steaks, roast lamb chargrilled vegetables and mature hard cheeses.
1x75cl ⋅ Duty Paid £11.26 / Bottle £9.38 excl. VAT / Bottle