Many of Claymore’s wines are named after some of the world’s legendary rock songs, albums and artists. To them, the labels are those that resonate beyond their time, across generations and have become something of modern classics; they holds similar aspirations for their wines. To silence any critics who may see the rock icons as a gimmick, Claymore Wines has grown into a serious boutique wine business.
The case price of £148 includes a 10% discount off the RRP case price of £164.60. The selection is as follows:
This is Claymore’s first release of their Cabernet Malbec blend under the London Calling label. Some may remember its predecessor, when it was 100% Merlot, well make way for this bolder beauty.
It hits the mark with plump dark fruits, violets, leafy notes and liquorice.
We just love this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. The Cabernet brings structure with big tannins and classic varietal aspects of blackcurrant, cassis, liquorice and herbal notes. While the Malbec provides juicy plump plum and a mid-palate richness that entwines and harnesses the structure given by Cabernet.
Aged for 12 months and at least 8 months bottle ageing.
French and American second use oak.
It is an opaque violet wine, almost black colour with big intensity
and bright notes. In the nose it has intense rich aromas with
blackberry fruit, blackcurrant, chocolate and coffee notes. In the
mouth it shows ripe plums, notes of marmalade and chocolate,
moderate sweetness, follow through to a full-bodied palate, with
silky tannins and a long finish. Very concentrated aromas with
finesse and texture thanks to the good balance of natural sugar
This lovely stuff will go with an array of desserts from chocolate, Christmas pudding and even a cheese board.
There is no right way or wrong way of how you wish to drink your wine at Christmas but our Luxury Christmas Mixed Case of Wine as a sure-way to complement your festive table and celebrate the festive season.