Kick off the Summer with our Rosé tasting!

Quaff Hove, Thursday 4th July, 7.30pm

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Staff’s Favourite Summer Case

We’re always asked by you all what we drink at home.  The answer very much depends on the season, whether we’re with friends or family or something to pair with dinner.  With this in mind, throughout the month of August we’re celebrating all the little hidden gems we stock that we here at Quaff drink whilst we’re not at work.  We’ve curated a special case of six wines which are sure to go down a treat.  There’s a customer favourite with La Jara organic prosecco, an alternative southern French rosé as well as a couple of whites and reds, perfect for sitting in the garden with and enjoying with a bbq.

As usual, we’ve added our special heaver-than-usual discount.  Normally £74.95, all yours for £67.45.

 

La Jara Organic Prosecco – Emily’s Pick – One of Emily’s, and to be fair, most of us too, favourite. A classic that we have stocked forever for good reason. A delightful organic, gently sparkling frizzante prosecco. Perfect aperitif, for all the lovely outdoor summer drinking.

Domaine l’Ostal Rosé – Harriet’s pick – A delicate dry rose from a great Minervois producer which we’ve just started stocking. L’Ostal has a little more depth and interest than compared to the more commonly seen Provençal along the coast.

Corryton Burge Pinot Gris – Toby’s pick – Trent and Amelia Burge have continued the family’s famous winemaking legacy (Grant Burge anyone?) and produced this stunning Pinot Gris from Adelaide Hills. With a tiny touch of sweetness, it’s one for you Riesling fans. Perfect as an aperitif or with fish.

Pehhcora Pecorino – Sam’s pick – From Tierre di Chieti (the vineyard area about 120 miles east of Rome). A really refreshing and crisp white that is a great alternative to Picpoul-de-Pinet or Sauvignon Blanc. It’s one to keep in the wine rack for when someone unexpected pops over!

Bodegas Maires Ademan Carabizal Tempranillo – Sarah’s pick – We’re loving this Toro at the moment. Bucket loads of black cherry, it’s going down fantastically with our BBQs. For those of you who don’t know Bodegas Maires, they’re situated in Toro (near Zamora). Aged for 4 months in medium toasted French oak barrels, it’s a great alternative to Rioja or Ribera del Duero!

Sensale Syrah – Matt’s pick –  Chillable reds are always in the fridge at home. Not just because it’s summer, pairing reds to spicy, savoury Indonesian food the wife cooks can be quite tricky. Sensale Syrah works very well. Light in tannin and rich in light cherries and pepper, it’s a great pairing for a nasi goreng (fried rice), which is very much a quick go-to dish for me during the week.

 

Country: Australia, France, Italy, Spain

Region: Rest of France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red, White, Rosé, Sparkling

Grape: Other Red Grapes, Other White Grapes, Tempranillo

Volume: 75cl

£67.45

Decoration
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Staff’s Favourite Summer Case

We’re always asked by you all what we drink at home.  The answer very much depends on the season, whether we’re with friends or family or something to pair with dinner.  With this in mind, throughout the month of August we’re celebrating all the little hidden gems we stock that we here at Quaff drink whilst we’re not at work.  We’ve curated a special case of six wines which are sure to go down a treat.  There’s a customer favourite with La Jara organic prosecco, an alternative southern French rosé as well as a couple of whites and reds, perfect for sitting in the garden with and enjoying with a bbq.

As usual, we’ve added our special heaver-than-usual discount.  Normally £74.95, all yours for £67.45.

 

La Jara Organic Prosecco – Emily’s Pick – One of Emily’s, and to be fair, most of us too, favourite. A classic that we have stocked forever for good reason. A delightful organic, gently sparkling frizzante prosecco. Perfect aperitif, for all the lovely outdoor summer drinking.

Domaine l’Ostal Rosé – Harriet’s pick – A delicate dry rose from a great Minervois producer which we’ve just started stocking. L’Ostal has a little more depth and interest than compared to the more commonly seen Provençal along the coast.

Corryton Burge Pinot Gris – Toby’s pick – Trent and Amelia Burge have continued the family’s famous winemaking legacy (Grant Burge anyone?) and produced this stunning Pinot Gris from Adelaide Hills. With a tiny touch of sweetness, it’s one for you Riesling fans. Perfect as an aperitif or with fish.

Pehhcora Pecorino – Sam’s pick – From Tierre di Chieti (the vineyard area about 120 miles east of Rome). A really refreshing and crisp white that is a great alternative to Picpoul-de-Pinet or Sauvignon Blanc. It’s one to keep in the wine rack for when someone unexpected pops over!

Bodegas Maires Ademan Carabizal Tempranillo – Sarah’s pick – We’re loving this Toro at the moment. Bucket loads of black cherry, it’s going down fantastically with our BBQs. For those of you who don’t know Bodegas Maires, they’re situated in Toro (near Zamora). Aged for 4 months in medium toasted French oak barrels, it’s a great alternative to Rioja or Ribera del Duero!

Sensale Syrah – Matt’s pick –  Chillable reds are always in the fridge at home. Not just because it’s summer, pairing reds to spicy, savoury Indonesian food the wife cooks can be quite tricky. Sensale Syrah works very well. Light in tannin and rich in light cherries and pepper, it’s a great pairing for a nasi goreng (fried rice), which is very much a quick go-to dish for me during the week.

 

Country: Australia, France, Italy, Spain

Region: Rest of France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red, White, Rosé, Sparkling

Grape: Other Red Grapes, Other White Grapes, Tempranillo

Volume: 75cl

£67.45

Decoration
, , , , ,

Staff’s Favourite Summer Case

We’re always asked by you all what we drink at home.  The answer very much depends on the season, whether we’re with friends or family or something to pair with dinner.  With this in mind, throughout the month of August we’re celebrating all the little hidden gems we stock that we here at Quaff drink whilst we’re not at work.  We’ve curated a special case of six wines which are sure to go down a treat.  There’s a customer favourite with La Jara organic prosecco, an alternative southern French rosé as well as a couple of whites and reds, perfect for sitting in the garden with and enjoying with a bbq.

As usual, we’ve added our special heaver-than-usual discount.  Normally £74.95, all yours for £67.45.

 

La Jara Organic Prosecco – Emily’s Pick – One of Emily’s, and to be fair, most of us too, favourite. A classic that we have stocked forever for good reason. A delightful organic, gently sparkling frizzante prosecco. Perfect aperitif, for all the lovely outdoor summer drinking.

Domaine l’Ostal Rosé – Harriet’s pick – A delicate dry rose from a great Minervois producer which we’ve just started stocking. L’Ostal has a little more depth and interest than compared to the more commonly seen Provençal along the coast.

Corryton Burge Pinot Gris – Toby’s pick – Trent and Amelia Burge have continued the family’s famous winemaking legacy (Grant Burge anyone?) and produced this stunning Pinot Gris from Adelaide Hills. With a tiny touch of sweetness, it’s one for you Riesling fans. Perfect as an aperitif or with fish.

Pehhcora Pecorino – Sam’s pick – From Tierre di Chieti (the vineyard area about 120 miles east of Rome). A really refreshing and crisp white that is a great alternative to Picpoul-de-Pinet or Sauvignon Blanc. It’s one to keep in the wine rack for when someone unexpected pops over!

Bodegas Maires Ademan Carabizal Tempranillo – Sarah’s pick – We’re loving this Toro at the moment. Bucket loads of black cherry, it’s going down fantastically with our BBQs. For those of you who don’t know Bodegas Maires, they’re situated in Toro (near Zamora). Aged for 4 months in medium toasted French oak barrels, it’s a great alternative to Rioja or Ribera del Duero!

Sensale Syrah – Matt’s pick –  Chillable reds are always in the fridge at home. Not just because it’s summer, pairing reds to spicy, savoury Indonesian food the wife cooks can be quite tricky. Sensale Syrah works very well. Light in tannin and rich in light cherries and pepper, it’s a great pairing for a nasi goreng (fried rice), which is very much a quick go-to dish for me during the week.

 

Country: Australia, France, Italy, Spain

Region: Rest of France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red, White, Rosé, Sparkling

Grape: Other Red Grapes, Other White Grapes, Tempranillo

Volume: 75cl

£67.45

Decoration

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