Discover our Range
There’s nothing quite like walking round a curated wine shop, but here you’ll find everything we have in store – explore by grape, colour, region, or use the search bar to find exactly what tickles your fancy. Or if you’d like to leave it to us, simply drop us an email with the things you like, and a budget, and we’ll build you a case!
Soft and perfumed this much underated grape is a Grape Minds favourite. Only 12.5% alcohol as well!
The first wine we chose for the shop, and the perfect example of why everyone fell in love with Prosécco in the first place. Fresh, fruity and fizzy – an instant classic.
A lovely deep ruby colour with notes of raspberry on the nose follow through to pick up herbaceous elements on the palate. Not as full bodied as its well known Argentinian cousin; a delicious, approachable Malbec.
Prosécco at its classiest. This vintage expression is long and unusually dry, with lovely pear flavour and plenty of bubbles. Delicious with or without a celebration.
Delicious, easy drinking white wine. This lovely example of Pinot shows delicate fruit notes, making it a good match for subtler food, or we like to drink it on its own!
The red grape of Prosécco, this sparkling Raboso has lovely redcurrant and raspberry flavour and a noticeable sweetness. Serve at the beginning or end of a meal to see why we love it.
From Prosecco, this bright pink fizz is a perfect start to any festivities. Fresh raspberry flavours are well suited to the clean character of the style, fruity and tasty.
As rich and concentrated as Pinot Noir gets, this is a real treat. Bold flavours of berries but with the silkiest and most luxurious mouthfeel. You *could* make a glass last all night…
We love wines from Bierzo and this is from Raul Perez who put Bierzo on the map. Grenache led with subtle vanilla notes from soft oaking
Concentrated berry flavours and a powerful backbone, this is sophisticated wine for grilled souvlaki, or any other slightly flame-tinged meat…
The famous fortified wine from the island of Sicily. Full intense flavour of subtle oak and dried fruit with almonds and a hint of liquorice.
An intense nose with aromas of dried cherries and blueberries. On the palate it’s powerful, with a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced, savoury cherry fruit.
An exemplary Pinot Noir, fresh raspberry and strawberry notes underpinned by a savoury smoky note. Deliciously drinkable, but complex enough to stand up to spicy dishes.
Our star red for £10. A lovely black cherry colour with plenty of fruit and a hint of herbaceousness that you associate with much more expensive Rhône Valley appellations.
This light Italian style of Chardonnay has citrus notes with a hint of candied pear. Bone dry however it is an ideal aperitif.
A wonderful wine, bursting with summer fruits and a touch of refreshing lemon. Smooth and silky in the mouth, a little lees ageing lends it the complexity to stand up to spice or poultry
Made using the traditional method, this sparkling blend combines the depth and richness of Chardonnay with the bright fresh fruit flavours of Sauvignon Blanc.
Slightly richer take on Merlot; you still get plum and blackcurrant flavour but with the smallest hint of cocoa for a sumptuous dark hit.
A New World take on the classic Rhône blend; Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre- softer than its French counterpart this wine is still juicy and complex. Natural and hand-harvested.
A glorious Otago Pinot Noir, showing both the concentrated character of a classic Kiwi Pinot and the meaty development of 7 years’ bottle age. A seriously good wine, one to savour.
At 10.5% this Tokaji retains a tingling freshness and acidity that gives it the versatility to pair with sweet or savoury dishes. Rich notes of peach, apricot and caramel persist.
This elegant blend combines texture and softness with fresh acidity and floral aromatics- a masterpiece in blending from a producer known for their Burgundian single varietals.
The wines of Oregon and Washington are extremely fashionable and can be proportionately expensive. This Chardonnay, however, shows that sometimes you get more than you pay for.
Orange (or Amber) wine is pressed white grapes left on the skins, where the juice gains tannin and power. The balance here between fruit and weight is spot on – the best we’ve tried.