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    We're giving the wine list a little spruce up, a little buff and polish, and as we do this we're offering some cracking value on a few bin-end, last few bottles to make way for some exciting new wines.

    Highlights include:

    Sparkling Shiraz: MAJELLA  £26 
    An Australian red wine bottle fermented like Champagne, a whole lot of fun
    Alea Riesling: GROSSET £26
    Made by Riesling Master Jeff Grosset in the Clare Valley, Australia
    Verdicchio: BUCCI £22
    Distinguished Verdicchio producer with a big pedigree
    Semillon: MOUNT HORROCKS £23
    One of the best in Australia, made by Stephanie Toole
    Riesling: CHATEAU MONTELENA £24
    Legendary Napa Valley estate, single vineyard wine
    Chardonnay: YARDEN £20
    Classy and polished Israeli wine from a former Robert Mondavi winemaker

    So check out this little selection and grab a bargain bottle. Just a few bottles left of each, and then we'll be ushering in a host of new wines.
    Happy drinking!

    November wine match by Zeren Wilson

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      Vourla 2011, Urla Winery, Izmir, Turkey

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      Friulano 2013, Marco Sara, Friuli, Italy

    Vourla 2011, Urla Winery, Izmir, Turkey. 

    With Quail Escabeche

    One of the most popular wines at Arabica is BACK after a short hiatus, and we love this full throttle deeply flavoured big red. A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and the indigenous varietal Bogazkere (translating as 'throat scraper' due to its burly tannins and grip) that can tackle many of the dishes on our menu. This wine breezes through the caramelised onion,apple, and pomegranate molasses elements in the dish, while not overwhelming the quail — great acidity keeps this from being a clunky wine.


    Friulano 2013, Marco Sara, Friuli, Italy.  

    With Crispy bits of lamb belly, Aleppo chilli, oregano, and lemon.

    Marco is one of the stars of the region, whose family own seven hectares of vines. Fully organic since 2005, his Friulano is an exercise in balance and class, a serene wine that makes for effortless drinking. Has the verve and energy to cut through fatty belly, while coping well with the lemon and chilli. One of our favourite whites on the list.