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Vinterest is the newest on-demand wine delivery app in London. We find the very best wines from the most exciting wine regions, and deliver them to your door within the hour.

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Full Wine List

At VINTEREST we handpick our wines based on extensive research to find the very best examples of each style. Given these are all wines we drink at home, we can truly hang our proverbial hats on them and assure you that you will also love each one. We don't think many merchants can truly say that. The below information is provided as guidance in region and style only, please visit the shop to place an order!

 

SPARKLERS

 

Vértice Cuvée, NV, Douro, Portugal  

£12.99 per bottle (£77.94 per case of 6)

A blend of five indigenous grapes and aged for 18 months, the is the wine that kicked things off for Vertice. Hints of grapefruit on the nose and showing a lovely a citrus colour, this sparkling wine is very fresh and delicate with light and persistent bubbles. The palate reveals complex flavours of pineapple and citrus and with balancing acidity, leaving a delicate and long lasting flavour in the mouth. A lively, crisp wine and a steal at this price. 8g residual sugar. 12.0% abv.

Pair with: Tartare of tuna, Jamón ibérico or soft, creamy cheeses such as Chaource.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vértice Gouveio 2007, Douro, Portugal  

£16.99 per bottle (£101.94 per case of 6)

This wine is made from 100% Gouveio with a monster 60 months of ageing (even more than Dom Pérignon!) it immediately shows toasted brioche notes on the notes, reminiscent of many of the finest Champagnes. Engaging and very well-proportioned with beautiful understated fruit and good ripeness, it is rich and nutty with clean, pure acidity. This really is a stunning wine and was rated at 93 point by Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. 5g residual sugar. 12% abv.

Pair with: Enjoy as an apéritif, with eggs benedict or smoked venison.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHITES

 

Terra a Terra Reserva Branco 2013, Douro, Portugal

£9.99 per bottle (£59.94 per case of 6)

Made with a blend of Gouvei0,  Viosinho and Chardonnay. Simple in style, the Terra a Terra Reserve will pleasantly surprise you with its agility and freshness. The nose shows crisp citrus fruit with some tropical fruit and floral notes. On the palate it shows great underlying minerality and some harmoniously integrated wood, with a long fresh finish. The perfect wine for a hot Summer's day! 13.5% abv.

Pair with: Ice cold with fresh shellfish. 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toques et Clochers 'Autan' Chardonnay 2011, Limoux, France   **SOLD OUT**

£11.95 per bottle (£71.70 per case of 6)

Discovered at one of Rick Stein's many restaurants in Cornwall it is hard to imagine a better wine to accompany an exclusive all-fish menu. Limoux, widely credited with inventing Champagne before Champagne, has managed to yield a wine that drinks more like a Grand Cru Corton Charlemagne that a little known number from the Languedoc. A creamy nose filled with buttery, toasty notes and rounded body with some heady citrus notes is also very precise and pairable with just about any food. Very very drinkable and a firm favourite here at HQ. 13.0% abv.

Pair with: Monkfish, rock oysters or ceviche.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CARM Reserva 2014, Douro, Portugal  

£12.60 per bottle (£75.60 per case of 6)

This is a very fresh and complex wine, with plenty of citrus and grapefruit in harmony with discreet floral nuances and strong minerality reflecting the terroir from which it comes. The body further develops with notes of vanilla and toast provided from the time spent in oak barrels. An enticing mouthfeel gives way to a long, cool and precise finish. A delightful everyday wine. 13.0% abv.

Pair with: Roast chicken or carbonara.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vértice Grande Reserva 2012, Douro, Portugal  

£12.95 per bottle (£77.70 per case of 6)

A phenomenal wine, one that we like to think of as our flagship (and not just because it's got a 'V' on the bottle, though this helped). Golden in colour and a rich, decadent nose with toasted notes gives way to hints of ripe fruit on the palate. Perfect poise and structure and voluminous, buttery fruit continues all the way to a dry and persistent finish. This wine is out of this world and a fraction of the price of a similar quality white Burgundy. One to fill the cellar with we feel. 13.5% abv.

Pair with: Lobster, poached salmon with caper-butter sauce or baked oysters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quanta Terra Grande Reserva 2013, Douro, Portugal     

£13.20 per bottle (£79.20 per case of 6)

The second thoroughbred white from the Vertice stable and recently a Silver medal winner at the International Wine Challenge. Golden in colour and with delicate vanilla notes from time in oak, layers of apple and pear, a hint of pineapple and some captivating nuttiness. This wine can be aged for years to come hinting at the complexity its celestial producers have managed to impart. Produced from Viosinho and Gouveio varieties and akin to some of the more interesting offerings from Burgundy, this is a real winner. 12.5% abv.

Pair with: Grilled fish, grilled vegetables or pasta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quinta de S. José Flor de S. José 2014, Douro, Portugal  

£13.50 per bottle (£81.00 per case of 6)

Our favourite white from the Q. de S. José stable. Citrus in color, the wine shows up initially very discreet and complex with fresh and floral notes evolving for some minerals, more discreet and elegant notes. In the mouth is fresh with very balanced and present acidity. Thin, very elegant and complex, shows an excellent balance between alcohol, acidity and fruit, and a very thin and very long finish. Gold medal winner at the Portugal Wine Trophy in 2014 and International Trophy winner at the IWC.

Pair with: Grilled fish and vegetables, or creamy risotto.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domaine Talmard Macon Uchizy 2014, Macon, France

£14.40 per bottle (£86.40 per case of 6)

A classic Chardonnay that's well-balanced and nicely priced; the best example of affordable white burgundy we've found. It even won a Gold Medal at the 2014 Concours Général Agricole in Paris so we must be right. Made in the traditional style with just a small amount of oak, and lots of lush green apple notes. Finishes with a citrus lift and bright orchard fruit. Perfect for Tuesday nights in. 13.0% abv.

Pair with: Dover sole, roasted chicken or seafood linguini.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Domaine Fouassier Sancerre 'Les Chasseignes' 2013, Loire, France  **SOLD OUT**

£15.95 per bottle (£95.70 per case of 6)

This Sancerre is in a class of its own. Sourced from an 100% certified organic and biodynamic, estate-owned single-vineyard. Fresh, with meyer lemon and key lime aromas. Clean acidity, ripe, with plenty of depth and layered with lemon curd, star fruit and gooseberry notes, followed by a stony mouthwatering finish. Long and wonderfully complex. One for special occasions. 13.1% abv.

Pair with: Oysters, oysters and oysters. And grilled fish and vegetables.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Filipa Pato Calcario Nossa 2014, Beiras, Portugal      

£20.50 per bottle (£123.00 per case of 6)

This is definitely one of our most interesting discoveries this year. Made from 100% Bical from stony clay over chalky subsoil it has a creamy nose, with discernible structure – a ripple of muscle beneath – not giving too much away.  On the palate it is textured and creamy, muscular yet light with subtle, scented white peach, some almonds and a hint of smoke.  A beautifully balanced, very complete wine which will keep drawing you back to the glass (and bottle!) time and again. Outstanding.  12.5% abv.

Pair with: Lobster or monkfish thai green curry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chateau Musar Blanc 2006, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon **SOLD OUT**     

£20.50 per bottle (£123.00 per case of 6)

The Chateau Musar Blanc is about as enthralling as you'd expect given the notoriety of their reds. This distinctive, full-bodied wine is made from 100% Merwah, a Lebanese varietal, in a profound and compelling oxidative style that has aficionados swilling and sniffing like something is seriously amiss. Think of a three-way cross between sherry, aged Rioja and amphorae-aged wines from the Republic of Georgia. Subtle oak, with some mineral and saline flavours and a long persistent finish. We guarantee this will be one of the most memorable wines you have ever tasted. 12.5% abv.

Pair with: Pan-fried foie gras or smoked fish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glenwood Vignerons Selection Chardonnay 2011, Franschhoek, South Africa   

£21.50 per bottle (£129.00 per case of 6)

How many awards must a wine win until we start to pay attention? In this case, too many. Having scooped the Best South African Chardonnay - Decanter Wine Awards (two years running), National Chardonnay Champion - Terroir Wine Awards, and Best White Wine Trophy - Winemakers Choice and even held its place at the top of the South African Airways First Class wine list for some time we finally join the party and realise what a stunning effort this is. Outstanding oak and fruit integration with a full, rich, creamy mouthfeel of almonds and vanilla and a lingering aftertaste of smoky peach and citrus. A fierce rival for any 1er Cru Meursault from any good producer, this really is one for those looking for an alternative to high-end Burgundy. 14.8% abv.

Pair with: Ideally, nothing. This wine should really be enjoyed on its own as the food won't get a look in!

 

 

 

REDS

 

Terra a Terra Reserva 2012, Douro, Portugal

£9.99 per bottle (£59.94 per case of 6)

Made from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz (aka Tempranillo in Spain). Showing complex fruity aromas of blackberry, black plum, cedar and spices. On the palate is long and elegant with an intense and complex texture. Capped off with a fruity and persistent finish. A great weekday wine, and a superb value at this price. 13.5% abv.

Pair with: Braised lamb shoulder or Lancashire Hotpot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quinta do Vallado 2013, Douro, Portugal   

£10.50 per bottle (£63.00 per case of 6)

Douro reds are commanding higher and higher prices these days, but here's a beauty that's just perfect for everyday drinking; and this Vallado couldn't be more easy-going. Busting with blueberry, cherries and jam, with supple, fully integrated tannins, this is as versatile as a Cru Beaujolais or a top-notch Chianti (just better value), so this really is one to enjoy on a Wednesday night in if red is your thing. 13.5% abv.

Pair with: Venison, cassoulet or pan-fried duck breasts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pêra-Grave 2012, Alentejo, Portugal  

£12.95 per bottle (£77.70 per case of 6)

This wine is both a superb discovery and an International Wine Challenge medal winner. Ripe black fruit, roasted coffee and mocha with great complexity. The wine evolves into great complexity given by the time spent in oak. Tannins are soft, giving a velvety body, with a long, elegant, and persistent finish. A stunning wine for the price. 14.0% abv.

Pair with: Roasted game and and spicy red meats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vertice Grande Reserva Tinto, Douro, Portugal 2010

£13.99 per bottle (£83.94 per case of 6)

Made from a blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca and Tinta Roriz (aka Tempranillo in Spain) and aged for 18 months in New French Oak. On the nose this had a rich, heady stew of black fruits, spices and smoke. Medium to full bodied with smooth tannins and all packaged neatly in the typical Douro style. This is about as good value as Grande Reserva gets, we seriously recommend you test drive this baby while we have it! 14% abv.

Pair with: Roasted lamb or barbecued ribeye.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quinta de S. José Touriga Nacional 2013, Douro, Portugal  

£19.50 per bottle (£117.00 per case of 6)

This 100% Touriga Nacional is our favourite example of the classic Portuguese varietal used in Port wine and recent winner of Mark Squires' Best of 2013 on Wine Advocate. Deep purple in colour. Very complex and distinct flavours, where the typical fruity and floral nature of the variety predominates, followed by spicy notes coming from the wood. The palate shows fruit, complexity, great balance and harmony with some robust, age-worthy tannins and complimented by a long finish. A superb effort by João Brito e Cunha. 14.0% abv.

Pair with: Barbequed lamb or sirloin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Quanta Terra Grande Reserva 2011, Douro, Portugal

£17.99 per bottle (£127.94 per case of 6)

Aged for 12 months in new French Oak this wine has the most seductive nose. Gorgeously ripe and rich, this powerful wine has a dark structure and layer after layer of juicy black fruits. It’s still young and the mineral side of the wine is still showing, but its future is looking good with well integrated yet firm tannins and an impeccable structure of fruit. One to enjoy now and for 8+ years. 14% abv.

Pair with: Roasted beef or lamb.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Karner Gábor Vitezfold 2008, Kékfrankos, Hungary

£19.50 per bottle (£117.00 per case of 6)

Now this is an interesting wine, and perfect for those after something a little different. Pitched somewhere between a Burgundy with a little age behind it, or an even older Languedoc wine, this seriously impresses after a couple of hours in the decanter. Very concentrated and precise with highly-toned Autumnal berries, a hint of oak spice and razor sharp acid to provide the perfect balance that makes this wine so superb. For those that take the risk on a little known wine from a smaller wine producing country, you will be rewarded.

Pair with: Beef fillet or roasted game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chateau Musar 1999, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon  **SOLD OUT**    

£24.50 per bottle (£147.00 per case of 6)

This wine is the perfect replacement for middle-range, boring Villages burgundy. It is the finest of recent vintages of Musar (and believe me, we have been through a few to find the best) and is right at its peak now. It’s almost brow-furrowingly intricate, with blueberries, damsons, spice, ink, smoke and cocoa all milling around on nose and palate. Weighty with a hint of spice, savour leather, red jammy notes, and trademark noted of funk and barnyard.. Layer upon layer develop on the palate in satisfying waves until you realise this really is quite a unique wine- somewhere placed between Bordeaux and Burgundy, and would give either for twice the price a very good run for their money. Quite something.

Pair with: Ottolenghi style chicken and quinoa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: VINTEREST is adding more wines to this page all the time. To stay in touch with latest additions get in touch here - and VINTEREST is also able to source any specific wines you need, e.g. for weddings, just drop us a line with your request.