020 7248 1892
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020 7929 7224
74/82 Queen Victoria Street EC4N 4SJ
020 7248 1892
Our kitchen offers everything from tasty sharing dishes to a full a la carte menu, which changes on a regular basis to ensure the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients are used – making it an ideal venue for anything from intimate dinners to large business events, whilst the extensive wine selection will satisfy the most discerning drinker.
Enjoy a glass in the wood-panelled bar and shop, pop up to the first floor for a bite to eat, or hire a private room on the second floor for celebrations, business meetings or a tutored wine tasting.
The range of wines is extensive, from Old World classics to New World ingénues, and the Fox team are dedicated to finding you the right wine for any and all occasions.
9/10 Bulls Head Passage – Leadenhall Market – EC3V 1LU
020 7929 7224
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The 2015 vintage of Chateau La Croix de Grezard is the best since the wonderful 2010, and has long been a must-buy for any lovers of traditional Bordeaux who haven’t got bottomless pockets. Historically, most of the wine has been sold in restaurants, and with Covid19 shutting down the on-trade, we have been offered a fabulous deal to help clear some stocks. Fill your boots – it won’t last for ever!
12 bottles of Chateau La Croix de Grezard 2015 – £192 including delivery
That’s 20% off the retail price! Where else could you buy mature Bordeaux from a great vintage for just £16 a bottle?
Buy 2 cases and we’ll throw in a magnum of Chateau La Croix de Grezard 2012 free of charge – on top of your 20% discount – buy 3 cases and we’ll throw in two magnums……
The 2012 magnums are drinking beautifully now and would make an impressive addition to any Christmas dinner table.
Fattoria di Montemaggio isn’t the easiest place to get to, unless you’ve got a four-by-four. Turn off the main road by the famous Butcher’s in Panzano and follow the medieval road towards Radda-in-Chianti. The road climbs, weaves and turns to a track and, after about twenty minutes, if you haven’t taken a wrong turn, you arrive at Montemaggio. The estate’s isolated location has proved a godsend; whilst vineyards near the valley floor are becoming too warm for the Sangiovese grapes, Montemaggio, at around 600 metres, still produces wonderfully typical Chianti; all cherry fruit, palate-cleansing acidity and balsamic notes.
Despite the remote location, owner Valeria and winemaker Ilaria have turned Montemaggio into a hive of activity, with cookery courses, art classes and fashion photoshoots running alongside the more usual activities for a winery, but it is in the vineyard and winery that the greatest changes have been made; the vineyards have been converted to organic production and ancient Tuscan varieties have been planted, and the length of time the wine spends maturing in bottle has been increased. The current release, from the excellent 2013 vintage, is approaching maturity, at a time when most producers are moving on to 2017. A blend of 95% Sangiovese and 5% Merlot, this is proper Chianti; a wine meant to accompany food.
£22.50 a bottle £225.00 a case of 12
The small Monchiero cellar sits at the top of the famous Rocche di Castiglione slope in Barolo’s Castiglione Falletto and their Barolos are excellent, but we were just as impressed with their Barbera d’Alba. This is very much an old-style Barbera; great acidity; pure dark fruit and no new oak. The 2016 vintage is a legend in the making in Piedmont; one of the finest in living memory, and this wine demonstrates why; it shows why Barbera is more than a secondary variety in the region. From a little over one hectare of vineyard, just 6500 bottles were produced, so get it while you still can!
£18.00 a bottle £180.00 a case of 12
It’s now more than 25 years since Cambridge wine merchant Noel Young set up Magpie Estate with legendary Barossa winemaker Rolf Binder. The aim was to use Rolf’s extensive contacts with growers in the Barossa to provide the fruit to make good value but characterful wines that faithfully represented the region and to act as an antidote to the ocean of corporate wines claiming Barossa heritage. Things have moved on since 1993; the Barossa is awash with artisan winemakers nowadays, but few manage to produce such great value wine as this. A blend of Shiraz and Grenache; the valley’s most important varieties, this wine is a fruit-driven, warming, spicy drop that’s equally at home with a kangaroo steak or on its own.
£16.00 a bottle £160.00 a case of 12
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