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Stefano di Blasi has that classic Italian knack for making first-class, elegant wines that slip down a treat, and his exquisitely refreshing Bianco Trevenezie has been a must-have for seven summers straight.
It’s the perfect thirst-quencher, with fruity, floral aromas that lure your nose into the glass, then you taste all that lovely fruit salad of apples, peaches and pears packed into every cubic inch. Even better, all that yummy flavour now stays fresh and delicious for 6 weeks after opening, behind an airtight seal, so there’s no need to polish it off in a hurry.
With three bottles worth of wine squeezed into a handy, lightweight box, it’s made for get-togethers and special occasions. You can zip this crowd-pleasing white in your cool bag along with some cheese sarnies and a packed punnet of raspberries, then head to the beach for a sunshine feast with family and friends.
- Small-scale artisan winemakers in France are going through their toughest year in living memory. These guys rely on bars and restaurants, wine fairs and tourism to sell their wines, so they’ve really struggled. Millions of bottles of wine are stuck in cellars, going nowhere. That’s why we’ve decided to help.
- This is a gorgeous and strikingly fresh Cotes du Rhone with a real ripeness and complexity that need to be tasted to be believed.
- Inky purple in colour with rich flavours of black cracked pepper, cinnamon and sweet blackberries, that makes for a jammy but delightfully smooth finish. We can see this one as your stock wine to pop on the table alongside a cheeseboard. Never fails to impress!
- Portugal is quickly becoming the holy grail for sensational reds without the hefty price tag.
- This little beauty from the cellars of one of our favourite winemakers, Luis, is a blend of several local varieties, which is what gives it surprising complexity for such a low price.
- It's the perfect tummy-warming red to ease you into the chilly winter nights. Light the fire, pop your comfies on and pour yourself a large glass of this.
- If you hadn’t heard of the Bierzo region, or Mencia wine, I don’t blame you. They’re not exactly household names like Rioja or Ribera del Duero. Although with luxury wines like this, perhaps they should be.
- When you find a good Mencia wine, it’s REALLY good. You’ll find top-class bottles of it on the wine lists of some of the poshest London and New York restaurants. So you can imagine Ray's excitement when he first tasted this little beauty.
- The fruit was darker, the palate was plusher, and it was so much rounder in every way than any Mencia wine Ray had ever tried before. with outstanding depth, dark fruited flavours of black morello cherry, and a little bit of clove spice as well - Ray had to shake David's hand on the spot. Described as the love child of a full-on Pinot Noir and a fresh style of Rioja, this is a wine that won't stick around for long!
In 2021, Charles & Ruth agreed to help us out of a hole in our Chardonnay supplies when French vineyards were ravaged by frosts. They offered to make two styles and this is the more opulent, oakier one. If it really blows your socks off, they say they’ll be up for making it one of their regular Naked wines.
To make their Barrique Sélection Chardonnay, Charles & Ruth harvested much later in the season, giving the rich fruit flavours more time to develop. Then after fermentation they aged it in french oak barriques for 6 months. The result is a luxuriously textured, opulent white wine offering great value for a premium style of Chardonnay.
The nose and palate are oak-led, with layers of buttery popcorn, brioche, citrus and ripe tropical fruits. All balanced with a supremely smooth, creamy palate. Perfect for those posh evening garden parties in the summer sun.
We’d be willing to bet 99.99% of Angels have never tasted a Ribera del Jucar before. It’s pretty much the definition of a hidden gem. It’s a mountainous, high-altitude region in the middle of the Spanish countryside with some first-class old vines. And we reckon when you wrap your lips around this juicy Tempranillo for the first time, you’ll thank your lucky stars for David & Jonas Tofterup. Because they’ve unearthed something quite special for you.
The Tofterups are specialists in going off-the-beaten-track and coming back with sensational new wines like this delicious new style of Tempranillo that exists somewhere in between a Rioja and a Ribera del Duero. As Jonas explains… “you get black fruit characters, but much juicier and softer tannins than what you have in Ribera del Duero.” Think flavours of black cherries, plums, and ripe strawberries, with complex notes of vanilla and chocolate, and a long lingering finish.
This is also the first wine that David and Jonas have made together for Angels. The two brothers had always dreamed of making wine together but until now Jonas hadn’t been able to quit his old job and commit full-time. Thankfully, due to the overwhelming support from Angels like you, the Tofterups have the financial stability for Jonas to join David full-time. So this is just the first of many special Tofterup brother wines to look forward to.
- This super-special Late Bottled Vintage (LBV) Port has aged for 5 years under Oscar's careful watch and the result is jaw-dropping.
- Previous vintages have never dipped below a 90% rating and this years is better than ever - our wine team were grinning from ear to ear when it first arrived!
- Smooth, rich, full bodied with layer upon layer of delicious fruits, it’s LBV in style but not in price - one sip and you’ll be hooked.
- There's a small boutique winery in the back streets of Mendoza that’s gained a reputation for some of the most elegant, high-quality Malbecs in Argentina. As luck would have it, the owner happens to be our very own Marcelo Bocardo. It's also where he makes this top-notch Malbec. No wonder it's a medal-winner...
- Angels go wild for Marcelo's Malbec every time it hits the shelves. So he thought he'd help his Angels out by making you a 2.25L box wine of his bestselling red. This way you can stock up in one fell swoop - in this box you have 3 bottles worth of the good stuff. Now you can spend more time enjoying it and less time thinking about when you'll next be able to get your hands on it.
- It has heaps of charm, flavour and intensity. It has the volume, the purity of taste, the smoothness and elegance many other Malbecs just don’t have. Every mouthful is bursting with bright fruit and massive appeal. It's made with quality, quality grapes.
- Adam has made his Angels yet another big red belter - lovingly crafted from the premium Syrah grapes grown in historic vineyards in the heart of South Australia's Clare Valley.
- In fact, the area is so historic that Adam has named this lovely little bottle after a chap called John Ainsworth Horrocks, believed to responsible for planting Clare Valley's very first vines in the early 1800s. How thoughtful of him.
- A bright ruby colour with powerful aromas of juicy blackberry, ripe plum and elegant hits of mocha aniseed, and just a hint of vanilla oak. The palate is soft and rich with dense forest fruit, liquorice and chocolate flavours. Soft and mouthwatering from the first drop to the long, glorious finish.
- I believe honest wines reflect the region they’re from - my passion is producing classic Spanish wines that really bring our culture to life for Angels.
- And thanks to our high-altitude vineyard in Central Castile (one of Spain’s most underrated wine regions), sunny days and cool nights produces really intense fruit, while retaining that all-important freshness.
- Using authentic winemaking techniques and 21st century innovation, I’ve made a smooth, ripe, juicy red that’s versatile for any occasion.