Newcomer Wines

The World Tour

A selection of cuvées from our likeminded importer friends, taking you on a tour of the winemaking world beyond the Newcomer portfolio! We're making stops in South Africa, Spain, England, Greece, Mexico and Australia – with a much lower carbon footprint though, as you can try all of these wines from the comfort of your own home with our World Tour pack. 

These bottles are only available as part of this pack and includes wines that won't be restocked again – so put your passport down, pick up a glass and get stuck in!

Testalonga, I Wish I Was A Ninja 2021 – Sparkling Colombard coming from Swartland in South Africa. Bright, zesty and a whole lot of fun.

Bodegas Albamar, Albarino 2022 – Next stop is the home of Albariño – we're heading to Rias Baixas in Spain. Fresh, saline, and bursting with green apple and lemon.

Sophie Evans, Electric Field 2022 – English wine is about so much more than just the fizzy stuff – Sophie Evans' Electric Field Blend is a Pinot Gris based blend, macerated on skins for 10 days. Pretty aromatics, electric acidity, and gentle tannins.

Ktima Ligas, Roditis 2021 – We're heading for warmer climates, to Pella in Greece – Roditis macerated on skins, with notes of mango pulp and toasted hazelnuts, and a lively energy in the glass.

Bichi, Rosa 2021 – We're crossing the Atlantic and heading to Baja, Mexico! Rosé made from an unknown varietal, grown on very old vines. Stony minerality, tart red fruits, and a sour, fermented finish.

Gentle Folk, Village Pinot Noir 2020 – A short hop across the South Pacific, and we're going down under to the Adelaide Hills in Australia. Biodynamically farmed Pinot Noir – savoury, earthy, with buckets of fruit and gentle, smooth tannins.