This competition closes 31st March 2021.
This competition is sponsored by established fine wine retailer, Dudley-Jones Fine Wine. Run by David Dudley-Jones, the business has been trading for over 15 years, and reflects the owner’s passion for Burgundy and Piedmont in particular. David says that drinking the stuff is the only way they are able to properly talk about the wines they sell. The wine list favours traditional over modern wines, but as well as French and Italian classics, it spans several European countries as well as some of the best producers of California and Australia.
The small, ever-changing selection is a very personal one, but full of top names and very carefully chosen wines. DJFW sells mostly to the wine trade – independent merchants and restaurants – but have always had private customers too. Their simple web site has the list of wines currently offered (generally listed without VAT or Duty applied) and to order phone or email the small friendly team who are always happy to offer advice too. See below for a very special offer exclusively via this competition.
This month’s prize is a beauty: six bottles of the 2010 Cornas ‘Les Combes’ from cult producer, Mark Haisma. For years Mark made the wines at Yarra Yering in Australia, but gave it all up to start his own ‘micro-négociant’ business in Burgundy which soon developed a fanatical following, before adding a similar operation in the Rhône Valley. His wines always sellout almost instantly ‘on allocation’, so are very difficult to source, but this is your chance to own six bottles from a very highly-regarded vintage, worth around £200.
Visit www.djfw.co and download David’s exceptional list of great wines. If you choose to join his mailing list by ticking the box below, we’ll send you instructions to take 5% off of your first order, and enjoy free delivery into the bargain. Given his prices are already extremely competitive on highly desirable wines, it’s a fantastic offer. Minimum spend is £250.
For a chance to win this case of cult Rhône wines just answer the question below: