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Moët & Chandon

Ice Impérial 75CL 12% ABV

£45
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Blanc de Blanc 2004 75CL

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1973 Barolo Ca'Rossa, 75CL

£420
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Taittinger Brut Reserve NV 12.0% ABV

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1974 Barolo Montanello, 75CL

£408
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1987 The Wine of Peace, Cormons, 75CL

£624
Nettare Divino

Muffato Stramej 75CL

£43
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1979 Barolo Terre di Barolo, 75CL

£360
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1970 Barbaresco, Rivetto, 75CL

£384
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1964 Barolo Rivetto, 75CL

£456
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1975 Barolo Barbieri, 75CL

£396
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1988 The Wine of Peace, Cormons, 75CL

£624
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1965 Barolo Borgogno, 75CL

£516
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Barolo Vecchio Chinato, Cappellano, 75CL

£624
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1969 Barolo Franco, 75CL

£396
The Vintage Wine Collector

1975 Barolo Pico Della Mirandola, 75CL

£450

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