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    Made using controlled fermentation from the must of four grape varieties: Kékfrankos, Portugieser, and Cabernets Franc and Sauvignon. Refined and complex, this rosé is often compared to Provence wines.

    Bock’s Rosé Cuvée is a salmon-like colour with a pinkish hue and medium palate weight. Refreshing and crisp with vibrant notes of strawberries, this wine can be enjoyed on its own and/or with food.
     

    Bock
    2015
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    Type:
    Rosé Wine
    0.75 l
    £9.99
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    Another Mephisto Wines exclusive! The Bock winery's new line of easy drinking aromatic summer whites is here.

    Muscat Ottonel is most notable for its use in dry wines from Alsace and Hungary.
    This wine is a wonderful representation of the grape, it's light and summery yet complex enough to be paired with a wealth of dishes. Although a dry wine, the fruit and aromatics are very much to the fore.

    If you have a penchant for enjoying elegant, fruity, aromatic wines with friends, then this wine will excite!

    Bock
    2012
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    Type:
    White Wine
    0.75 l
    £9.99
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    A fragrant and floral blend of Chardonnay (55%), (German) Riesling (40%), and Muscat Ottonel (5%).

    Nose: floral with herbs, a hint of citrus and grape notes.

    Palate: vibrant with refreshing acidity and fine minerality with a surprisingly long finish.

    A very well-balanced wine with structure – almost akin to Sauvignon Blanc.

    The Serena is in part organic, and will be completely organic for the next vintage. It is made entirely from free run juice. And has been fermented at controlled temperature levels in stainless steel - with 5 months of battonage.

    Malatinszky
    2013
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    Type:
    White Wine
    0.75 l
    £13.00
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    A grape that originally arrived from Germany in the eighteenth century and is now regarded as a traditional variety in the Villány area.

    Simple tank fermentation at controlled temperatures has brought out the juicy, gently spicy fruit with its moderate colour and typically light tannins.

    What the critics say:

    Inky tannins and damsony fruit//lovely, bright fruit, nice balance of fruit and tannins, delicious. 17/20
    John Radford, 2008

    Bock
    2015
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £11.99
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    This Bordeaux grape is rarely found elsewhere in the world vinified as a single variety, but in Villány, it seems to have found a new home. It ripens consistently without the green herbaceous notes than can mark the variety elsewhere. It has been planted in the area for over 40 years and is no upstart newcomer.

    Bock’s Cabernet Franc has been made using classic red wine fermentation techniques, and aged for 14 months in second-fill Hungarian oak barrels, which Bock seasons himself to ensure the quality of the oak. 

    Bock
    2014
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £15.00
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    Best summed up as, Bordeaux meets Burgundy via Villány...

    The 'Bock Royal Cuvee' is largely made up of Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, with a small portion being Cabernet Franc and Merlot.

    Matured for 22 months in a mixture of new and old barriques, its colour is a beautifully deep purplish red - reminiscent of pomegranate. Enticing sweet spices come through on the palate. And on the nose, aromas of chocolate and vanilla.
     

    Bock
    2011
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £20.00
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    Produced from Syrah/Shiraz grown in Bock’s most southerly vineyard, it was aged in new oak barrels for 18 months.

    This is a deep red coloured wine with an aromatic spicy nose, an intense core of black fruits and a backbone of supple tannins.

    This year, the Bock Syrah won silver at the Syrah du Monde competition.

    What the critics say:

    Deep, dark red. Gorgeous rich raspberry bouquet with lots of fruit and supple tannins on the palate, as well as peppery notes
    Brett, The Wine Maestro

    Bock
    2012
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £29.99
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    The winery’s flagship wine and Mr. Bock’s personal favourite; this is a Bordeaux-style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (60%), Cabernet Franc (30%) and Merlot (10%). Aged in new small-sized oak barrels for 24 months. Then, bottle-aged for a further 2 years. This is a serious wine, well-rounded and elegant with subtle notes of cherry and tobacco. Stunning!

    Bock
    2012
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £34.99
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    It gives us great pleasure to be able to offer you this rare vintage of the Bock Cuvee. 

    Aged in small new oak barrels for 18 months.
    The '99 is an exceptionally balanced and well-rounded Bordeaux-style wine.
    Made from Cabernet Sauvignon (65%), Cabernet Franc (30%), and Merlot (5%).

    We recommend decanting and allowing this wine to breathe for an hour, before serving in Burgundy glasses.

    Available for a limited time only!

    UK Stock Levels: 24 bottles

     

    Bock
    1999
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £54.99
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    Jancis Robinson OBE, MW - 16 Points
    www.jancisrobinson.com

    A Malatinszky trademark, and the result of nearly a decade of experiments with Kékfrankos.

    It was Csaba’s recognition that Kékfrankos needed to be treated in a more Burgundian way that led to the concept of blending with Pinot Noir and creating this unique blend. It was aged in oak for 10 months and the result is a fresh, spicy and elegant wine.

    Malatinszky
    2007
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £15.00
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    The Malatinszky Noblesse Cabernet Franc is one of Hungary's most iconic red wines in recent years.

    But, please don't take our word for it! Click on the link below for a description of this gold medal winning wine from Decanter magazine:

    http://www.decanter.com/dwwa/2013/wine/malatinszky-noblesse-cabernet-fra...

    'Noblesse is Malatinszky’s middle range of wines. Fresh and fragrant with good life, and some real richness, on the palate. Lovely stuff' Jancis Robinson OBE MW, 2010

    ‘A very appealing example of Villány's flagship red grape. Bright ruby with crushed berry aromas and a hint of ground coffee. Medium in weight with gentle forward fruit and supple tannins’ Caroline Gilby MW, 2010
     

    Malatinszky
    2009
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    Type:
    Red Wine
    0.75 l
    £24.99