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Viña Ventisquero V9 Reserva Range

Frontier Fine Wines are delighted to be stocking a new range of Chilean wines from Viña Ventisquero – the V9 Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon from the Colchagua Valley and the V9 Reserva Sauvignon Blanc from the Casablanca Valley. Nine vineyards are involved in the creation process of the V9 range, giving birth to excellent complex wines. […]

Introducing a new face to Frontier Fine Wines!

Welcome to Christine Niarchos, who has recently joined the Frontier Fine Wines team. Originally hailing from South Africa, a keen traveller and lover of all things wine, Christine has lived in the UK for over 20 years, yet is still passionate about her homeland and the amazing wines the southern hemisphere has to offer. After […]

January sale!

We thought it was only right to start the New Year with some discounts. So for the month of January, we hope you will take advantage of the following offers: AUSTRALIA 2015 Sauvignon Blanc, River Retreat, Trentham Estate: was £8.99, now £6.99 2014 Moscato, River Retreat, Trentham Estate: was £8.99, now £6.99 2016 Pinot Grigio, […]

Kaapzicht’s incredible charity work

The Pebbles Project: In 1987 Danie Steytler Snr of Kaapzicht Wine Estate took up an opportunity to buy a temporary school building with 12 classrooms. Eight of the classrooms were moved to a new foundation on the Kaapzicht farm with a proper stone structure as small apartments for their workers, and four classrooms were turned […]

Pikes Wines: ‘Best Australian Riesling’ IWC 2017

Pikes Wines can trace the history of the family winery back to 1878, when Henry Pike emigrated from Dorset to South Australia aboard the HMS Oakland. He settled in the Adelaide Hills and in 1886 established Pikes Dorset Brewery, which later changed its name to H. Pike & Co., producing beer, ales, soft drinks and cordials, […]

South Africa: inspiring times

Since the early 1990s, South Africa has enjoyed a peaceful, positive and democratic existence. Dynamic and enormously diverse as a nation, South Africa’s Western Cape offers the very same attributes in its winemaking tradition and history, which dates back over three and a half centuries. As the shackles of apartheid fell loose, established winemakers re-emerged […]

A tasting with Rustenberg

Visiting Rustenberg is always a treat. One of the most beautiful wineries in the Cape and just 10 minutes from the centre of Stellenbosch on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountains, it takes as long to drive up the beautiful 2.5km drive as it does to drive from the town centre to the entrance gate! […]

Australia: new wave wines with gravitas

There was a time in the late 1980s and early 1990s when everybody was talking about Australian wine. Even the French were discussing the virtues of the wares produced in this largely emerging wine-producing nation, who burst onto the vinous scene with wines that literally jumped from the glass with bold fruit flavours and catchy […]

Lunch with Larry McKenna

Escarpment Vineyards in New Zealand’s Martinborough region is home to one of the country’s most iconic and influential winemakers. Larry McKenna is, simply, a living legend. From his involvement with Martinborough Vineyards back in 1986 (becoming the region’s first professional winemaker in the process) to the present day, Larry has set about defining the terroir […]

Thorn-Clarke – value in experience

Thorn-Clarke are something special. A winegrower of such pedigree, tradition and self-assurance that you are left wondering how on earth they have passed you by, unnoticed, for so long. Though passing like proverbial ships in the night, I am overjoyed to acknowledge they have now registered a sizable ‘blip’ on my radar! My red wine […]

New Zealand: Sauvignon Blanc is not the only fruit…

There was a time when New Zealand was just about Sauvignon Blanc. There was little else in fact, pitched to the world in a burgundy-shaped bottle emblazoned most notably with a grey, almost misty-cove like image… The contents of the bottle pushed the virtues of the Sauvignon Blanc varietal to the world in a way […]

New Wave Australia

Coriole Vineyards Mark Lloyd

Italian varietals, grown in Australia, are taking the UK market by storm. Enlivening and reinvigorating the Australian offering to a new generation of wine buyers along the way, these niche bottlings are food friendly, earthy, characterful and full of European soul. Add to these impressive facets the fruit richness and playfulness synonymous with Aussie wines […]

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Introducing a new face to Frontier Fine Wines!

01.02.2018

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