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At Stone, Vine & Sun we are committed to sourcing fine wines that truly reflect the land they are grown on.

Stone, Vine & Sun was named after the three most important influences on a bunch of grapes, and therefore wine: the earth, the plant and the weather. It reflects our belief that wines should have a sense of place. As a result we strive to buy from independent, family-owned producers, whose husbandry of their land increasingly encourages the adoption of sustainable, organic or bio-dynamic methods of cultivation.

We specialise in the Rhône, Burgundy, Languedoc-Roussillon, and the Loire Valley, plus South Africa and South America; as well as having an extensive range of wines from other regions of France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, New Zealand and the US. You are sure to find the perfect bottle or case here. Try one of our mixed cases, our range of fine wine, or simply browse among our wine gifts, services and opinionated comment.

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  • Apaltagua, Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, San Antonio Valley, 2014

    Product Code: APA614

    Apaltagua, Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, San Antonio Valley, 2014

    “This successfully combines a cool climate grassiness and sense of nettles with elderfl ower aromatics and that characteristically ripe, almost tropical, Chilean SB fruit. Very good value for the punch it delivers.”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: Chile
    • Region: San Antonio
    • Colour: White
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 13.5%
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  • Montiero, Barbera,  Piemonte, 2013

    Product Code: MNT113

    Montiero, Barbera, Piemonte, 2013

    “Good vibrant hue. Scent of ripe cherries and rosehip. Crunchy plum and brambly flavours. Gently savoury. Just a little substance. Very successful at this price. Now-2016”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Medium Bodied

    Rated 3 out of 5
    Light > Full
    • Origin: Italy
    • Region: Piemonte
    • Colour: Red
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 12%
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  • Wilfrid Rousse, Chinon Rosé, 2014

    Product Code: ROT514

    Wilfrid Rousse, Chinon Rosé, 2014

    “Very pale salmon pink. Scents of clean red fruits and a pear-drop note. Bright red cherry fruit and silky texture, this is dry and extremely food friendly. Now-2016”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Loire Valley
    • Colour: Rosé
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 12%
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  • Mas du Canal Rosé, IGP Pays d’Oc, 2014

    Product Code: VIC514

    Mas du Canal Rosé, IGP Pays d’Oc, 2014

    “From Grenache and Cinsaut, crafted in the Provençale style, pale coloured, light and refreshing. Pale clear pink with a hint of onion skin. Light scent of berries. A refreshing mouthful of strawberry and cranberry. Nothing complicated, just a well-made, dry rosé perfect for parties or daily consumption anytime of the year.”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 2 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Languedoc
    • Colour: Rosé
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 12.5%
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  • Cherrier Père et fils, Sancerre Rosé, 2014

    Product Code: ROS314

    Cherrier Père et fils, Sancerre Rosé, 2014

    “The Cherrier family have been delivering fine Sancerre to us for years now. Pierre took over the 14 hectares of vineyards on the sweeping slopes at Verdigny in 1962, and has now passed on the baton to his two sons, François and Jean-Marie. The uncomplicated and vivacious fruit of the classic white here signifies bench-mark Sauvignon Blanc. Alongside the white and rosé, we list the family’s red for the first time.”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Loire Valley
    • Colour: Rosé
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 13.5%
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  • Domaine de la Ribotte, Bandol Rosé, Cuvée Anais, 2014

    Product Code: RIB514

    Domaine de la Ribotte, Bandol Rosé, Cuvée Anais, 2014

    “"Clarete light-red colour. Savoury, vegy, appetising nose. A big fresh, dry mouthful with lovely texture. Smudgy and no rough edges. Very subtle and well balanced. For food? Quite long. Acid not high but the overall effect is refreshing.13.5% Drink 2015-2017 £14.99 Stone Vine and Sun 17/20" Jancis Robinson MW on www.jancisrobinson.com, 14th May 2015”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Bandol
    • Colour: Rosé
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 13.5%
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  • Nitida, Riesling, Durbanville, 2014

    Product Code: NIT414

    Nitida, Riesling, Durbanville, 2014

    “Wow - this Riesling is a new wine for us, but we were knocked out by this example: if it came from Alsace or Germany it would be £14-17.00 a bottle.”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: South Africa
    • Region: Durbanville
    • Colour: White
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 13%
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  • Bellamico, Falanghina Beneventano, IGT, 2014

    Product Code: BEM 114

    Bellamico, Falanghina Beneventano, IGT, 2014

    “Falanghina Beneventano is named after the town, Benevento, in eastern Campania. Wine from the Falanghina grape is flowery and stone-fruited, and rather Viognier-like. Fragrant apricotty perfume. Generous flavours of peach and apricot, ripe, open and with a nice clean, zesty finish. Now-2015”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Dry

    Rated 1 out of 5
    Dry > Sweet
    • Origin: Italy
    • Region: Campagnia
    • Colour: White
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 12%
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  • Light and Bright

    Product Code: SUM515

    Light and Bright

    “Two bottles of each of three whites and three reds with a discount of 10%”

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  • Tours de Charmail, Haut-Médoc, 2010

    Product Code: TDC110

    Tours de Charmail, Haut-Médoc, 2010

    “Recommended in Decanter's Bordeaux Everyday, July 2015: "Great value for Left Bank bargain hunters, this is made from younger vines. Fresh and juicy displaying notes of blackcurrant and blackberry with elegant tannins. Very approachable. Drink now-2018.17.25...”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Medium Bodied

    Rated 3 out of 5
    Light > Full
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Bordeaux
    • Colour: Red
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 13.5%
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  • Château Blaignan, Médoc, 2009

    Product Code: BLB109

    Château Blaignan, Médoc, 2009

    “"This estate is planted with both Cabernets and Merlot. Medium-weight, with firm tannins, ripe cherry and cassis fruit, and an elegant finish. Drink now-2018. Alc 14% 17.25 (90+) ", Christelle Guibert in Bordeaux Everyday, Decanter magazine, July 2015.”

    Stone, Vine & Sun rating

    Full Bodied

    Rated 4 out of 5
    Light > Full
    • Origin: France
    • Region: Bordeaux
    • Colour: Red
    • Bottle Size: 75cl
    • ABV: 14%
    More Info

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  • Wine Blog by Simon Taylor

  • Wednesday 17th June 2015 15:58pm

    Gordon's send-off from SVS

    A sad event last Thursday - Gordon Coates's leaving party after seven years at SVS - was at least enlivened by some splendid wines, with somewhat of a focus on Riesling, one of Gordon's favourite grapes. The venue was Kyoto Kitchen, in the centre of Winchester, where brilliant, very fairly priced Japanese food is served by Dan and his crew.

    We kicked off with a bottle of Jacquesson 1996, this wonderful micro house's vintage Champagne; bready, savoury and bone dry. First arrivals (of a lot of dishes) were a selection of tempura plates, and a remarkable pairing ensued: soft shell crab tempura with Domaine Leflaive, 1995 Puligny 1er Cru Les Pucelles (in perfect condition - wahay!). The wine was golden, rich, honeyed and buttery, but with enough acidity to cut the tempura perfectly. Then it was Sushi and Sashimi time, accompanied by Von Buhl's 2005 Pechstein Forster Riesling Spatlese Trocken from the Pfalz, young, grapefruity  and vital. Next up duck, with Arlaud's Clos de la Roche 1999, so open, expressive and still showing strong primary fruit.  Rare grilled beef followed, with a Syrah / Shiraz horizontal: 1998 Grange - ridiculously young and blackcurranty - against 1998 Thierry Allemand's Cornas Chaillot, also youthful but more earthy, and standing up well next to Australia's most famous wine.

    We closed with more Riesling: by pure chance a wine from the same vineyard as Von Buhl's above, the 1994 Forster Pechstein Riesling Auslese from Dr Burklin-Wolf - barleysugar sweet and petrolly - and Donnhoff's 2011 Niederhauser Hermannshohle, Riesling Auslese Goldcap - a mere 8.5% of alcohol (no bad thing at the end of this evening!) and refreshingly limey and zingy.

    Gordon, can you come back so we can do this more often?

  • Friday 5th June 2015 16:04pm

    International Wine Challenge - 2015 Specialist Wine Merchant Awards

    SVS nominated for Chile and Languedoc-Roussillon

    The shortlists for the IWC Specialist Merchant awards were announced today: Stone, Vine & Sun is in the frame for Chile and Languedoc-Roussillon. We merely have to overcome the mighty and excellent leviathan of the Wine Society to take the laurels for Chile; for Languedoc-Roussillon we are battling with Wiltshire-based Yapps (a worthy merchant but a relative newcomer to this region long championed by the team at SVS). 

    Results in late...

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