Wine & Sparkling

Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut

2014, Italy, Prosecco, 3lt

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Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut

2014, Italy, Prosecco, 3lt

Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut 150cl

NV, Italy, Prosecco, 150cl

Made from Glera grapes, grown in the Valdobbiadene hills which are hand-picked and gently pressed in the winery. The must obtained is fermented in for nearly 40 days, at about 15° C, with the…

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Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut 20cl

NV, Italy, Prosecco, 20cl

Made from Glera grapes, grown in the Valdobbiadene hills which are hand-picked and gently pressed in the winery. The must obtained is fermented in for nearly 40 days, at about 15° C, with the…

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Bottega Gold Prosecco Brut NV

NV, Italy, Prosecco, 75cl

Made from Glera grapes, grown in the Valdobbiadene hills which are hand-picked and gently pressed in the winery. The must obtained is fermented in for nearly 40 days, at about 15° C, with the…

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Bottega Rose Gold

2014, Italy, Veneto, 150cl

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Bottega Rose Gold

2014, Italy, Veneto, 150cl

Pinot Noir grapes from Oltrepò Pavese are hand-picked to make this peach-coloured rosé. The skins stay in contact with the must for 24 hours prior to a gentle pressing to separate them, this…

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Bottega Rose Gold 20cl

NV, Italy, Lombardia, 20cl

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Bottega Rose Gold 20cl

NV, Italy, Lombardia, 20cl

Pinot Noir grapes from Oltrepò Pavese are hand-picked to make this peach-coloured rosé. The skins stay in contact with the must for 24 hours prior to a gentle pressing to separate them, this…

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Bottega Rose Gold NV

NV, Italy, Lombardia, 75cl

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Bottega Rose Gold NV

NV, Italy, Lombardia, 75cl

Pinot Noir grapes from Oltrepò Pavese are hand-picked to make this peach-coloured rosé. The skins stay in contact with the must for 24 hours prior to a gentle pressing to separate them, this…

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Bourgogne Aligote Domaine Roux Pere et Fils 2018

2018, France, Burgundy, 75cl

Domaine Roux Pere is a family-run business based in the hills of St-Aubin, at the southern end of the Cote d’Or.

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