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Keeling Andrew & Co are offering some of Noble Rot restaurant's best-loved wines 

Back in 2017 we founded Noble Rot’s sibling company, Keeling Andrew & Co, to import the wines of some of our favourite producers. From up and coming Burgundians such as E&E Vocoret and David Duband, to established superstars such as Ulysse Collin and Jean-Marc Roulot, our philosophy is to only work with domaines whose wines we love to drink ourselves. Supplying the best hospitality businesses and wine shops in the UK, Keeling Andrew & Co also works with top restaurants such Brat to run their wine programmes. Which is something we’d now love to do for you too.
Keeling Andrew & Co are now offering cases of some Noble Rot’s best-loved wines, from house red and whites and bestselling ‘greatest hits’, to our exciting new discoveries and long cherished ‘Club Classics’. If there are certain wines that you particularly enjoy drinking more of, or would like us to help put together a bespoke selection of goodies, please let us know and we’ll be in touch.
Chin-chin,Dan Keeling & Mark Andrew

All prices below are for cases of six bottles and include nationwide delivery.

To order please send your case(s) choice, delivery address & contact number to
Charlie Blightman 07377 393942 / Charlie@keelingandrew.co.uk

Payments are made via bank transfer.

Rotters’ House Wines: £70 per six (choose all red, all white, or a mix)

When we opened Noble Rot restaurant our priority was to find house wines at low prices that we’d be happy to drink ourselves. They’re not easy to find! Our red, 2018 Gran Cerdo, is a bright and juicy Tempranillo grown organically in Rioja, and the white, 2018 Chin Chin, has become something of a cult classic. It's a bone dry, fruity Vinho Verde from northern Portugal with a label design from artist Jose Mendez, who also illustrated the covers of Noble Rot magazines 12 and 13.

Standard mixed case includes three each of the following 750ml bottles:

2018 Vinho Verde ‘Chin Chin’; Quinta do Ermizio (Portugal)
2018 Tempranillo ‘Gran Cerdo’; Gonzalo Gonzalo (Rioja, Spain)

                                                                                      

Rotters’ Greatest Hits 1: £95 per six

Greatest Hits 1 is a selection of our most popular by-the-glass listings, from whites such as our much loved ‘Chin Chin’ Vinho Verde, to the crisp, refreshing flavours of Koehler-Ruprecht’s dry Riesling and Chavy-Chouet’s Aligoté, Burgundy’s ‘other’ white grape and and his stellar benchmark Pinot Noir. In addition to ‘Gran Cerdo’, our house red, the case includes an aromatic red version of Muscat exclusively grown on the mountains of northern Greece.

Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:

2018 Vinho Verde ‘Chin Chin’; Quinta do Ermizio (Portugal)
2018 Riesling Kabinett Trocken ‘Kallstadt’; Koehler-Ruprecht (Pfalz, Germany)
2018 Aligoté ‘Petit Poiriers’; Domaine Chavy-Chouet (Burgundy, France)
2018 Tempranillo ‘Gran Cerdo’; Gonzalo Gonzalo (Rioja, Spain)
2018 Moschomavro; Diamantis (Siatista, Greece)
2018 Bourgogne Rouge 'La Taupe'; Chavy-Chouet (Burgundy, France)

                                                                                      

Rotters’ Greatest Hits 2: £130 per six

Another selection of Noble Rot restaurant’s most popular wines, such as Luneau Papin's mineral Folle Blanche (our #1 seller), Bourgogne Blanc 'Les Femelottes' from Chavy-Chouet (our best-selling white Burgundy) and Lopez de Heredia's ultra-traditional white Rioja 'Gravonia'. Reds don’t come more quaffable than Vinessens 'Tragolago' Mourvedre or Olga Raffault's organic Chinon 'Les Barnarbes', and then there’s Domaine de Galouchey's unique 'Vin du Jardin' from Bordeaux, a super silky blend of the region's nine permitted varieties. Made in tiny quantities, so as soon as it hits our list it sells out quick!

Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:

2018 Folle Blanche; Luneau-Papin (Loire Valley, France)
2018 Bourgogne Blanc ‘Les Femelottes’; Domaine Chavy-Chouet (Burgundy, France)
2010 Rioja Blanco ‘Gravonia’; Lopez de Heredia (Rioja, Spain)
2019 Mourvedre ‘Tragolago’; Vinessens (Alicante, Spain)
2018 Chinon ‘Les Barnarbes’; Olga Raffault (Loire Valley, France)
2016 ‘Vin de Jardin’; Domaine de Galouchey (Bordeaux, France)

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Rotters' Greatest Hits 3:  £185
 
Wines become mainstays of Noble Rot’s restaurant list not just because they are consistently delicious, but because they’re authentic and represent the place where they were grown. From Droin’s Petit Chablis to Naudin Ferrand’s future classic red Burgundy 'Orchis Mascula’, down to Julien Sunier in Beaujolais, Le Soula and Collecapretta in central Italy, and Vale da Capucha in Portugal, Rotters’ Greatest Hits 3 is our latest selection of favourite bottles representing high quality winemaking in their region.
 
2018 Petit Chablis; JP&B Droin (Burgundy, France) 
2018 Arinto; Vale da Capucha (Lisboa, Portugal) 
2014 Blanc; Le Soula (Roussillon, France)
2018 'Ce Cese'; Collecapretta (Umbria, Italy) 
2017 Fleurie; Julien Sunier (Beaujolais, France) 
2017 Hautes-Côtes de Beaune 'Orchis Mascula'; Naudin Ferrand (Burgundy, France) 

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Don’t Sweat the Technique: £150
 
This case represents old school winemaking at its best.  Pfalz’s Koehler-Ruprecht are known for their proudly archaic winemaking techniques, such as using oak barrels on their Rieslings, while Cota 45 have become one of the hottest names in Spanish wine by making unfortified Jerez wines that are a throwback to hundreds of years ago. Likewise, Sortevera Clarete harks back to a time when the Canary Islands produced light-bodied, complex reds, while Cos 'Pithos’ is aged in amphora like every wine on the planet once was. Collecapretta's biodynamic 'Terra dei Preti' is a delicious example of amber wine that we found in Umbria: 1999 Château Pegasus is Greek Xinomavro drinking beautifully at 21 years young. 
 
2018 Riesling Kabinett Trocken 'Kallstadt'; Koehler-Ruprecht (Pfalz, Germany) 
2018 'Ube Miraflores'; Cota 45 (Jerez, Spain)
2018 'Terra dei Preti'; Collecapretta (Umbria, Italy) 
2018 Clarete; Sortevera (Tenerife, Spain) 
2016 'Pithos' Rosso; Cos (Sicily, Italy) 
1999 Naoussa; Chateau Pegasus (Macedonia, Greece) 

                                                                                     
Rotters’ Al Fresco Mix: £165 per six
 
Pretend you’re kicking back on the terrace Ibiza with our al fresco mix. Few wines pair as seamlessly with fish as Muscadet, and Haut Févrie 'Gras Moutons' is a nailed-on Rot restaurant classic. Domaine Chavy-Chouet's Meursault 'Casse-Têtes' is beautiful white Burgundy from one the region’s rising stars, while no al fresco box would be complete without a selection of top rosé: biodynamic 'Rosé de Xinomavro' from Greek star Apostolos Thymiopoulos, benchmark Provençal rosé from Triennes (co-owned by the Seysses family of Domaine Dujac, Burgundy), and Domaine Tempier's sought after Bandol Rosé, considered by many to be the best in the world. Domaine Chapel's Fleurie 'Charbonnières Cuvée Rotter’ – a limited edition of just 240 bottles made exclusively for Noble Rot – completes the selection; perfect slightly chilled with an old DJ Alfredo mix on the stereo.
 
Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:
 
2018 Muscadet Sevre-et-Mains 'Gras Moutons'; Haut Févrie (Loire Valley, Spain)
2018 Meursault 'Casse-Têtes'; Domaine Chavy-Chouet (Burgundy, France)
2018 Rosé de Xinomavro; Thymiopoulos (Macedonia,Greece)
2018 Rosé; Triennes (Provence, France)
2019 Bandol Rosé; Domaine Tempier (Provence, France)
2018 Fleurie ‘Charbonnières: Cuvée Rotter’; Domaine Chapel (Beaujolais, France)

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Rotters’ New Discoveries: £195 per six

This case features some of our most exciting pre-lockdown discoveries, including Sortevera Blanco, a mineral white blend grown on volcanic soils in Tenerife by Jonatan Garcia of Suertes del Marques. Two domaines taking quality in classic regions to another level are Jules Desjourney, whose Mâconnais Chardonnays are among the best we've tasted, and Eric Morgat in Savennières, who makes deliciously bitter and complex Chenin Blancs. Reds come from three top organic estates including Domaine Genoux's spicy, alpine Mondeuse 'La Belle Romaine', Domaine de Galouchey's cult 'Vin du Jardin', and Dalamara's Naoussa 'Paliokalias', an outstanding Xinomavro from our favourite vigneron in Greece. 

Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:

2018 Blanco; Sortevera (Tenerife, Spain)
2016 Pouilly-Loché; Domaine Jules Desjourneys (Burgundy, France)
2016 Savennières ‘Fidès’; Eric Morgat (Loire Valley, France)
2018 Mondeuse 'La Belle Romaine'; Domaine Genoux (Savoie, France)
2016 ‘Vin de Jardin’; Domaine de Galouchey (Bordeaux, France)
2017 Naoussa ‘Paliokalias’; Domaine Dalamara (Naoussa, Greece)

                                                                                      

Next Generation Burgundy: £245 per six

Our first love will always be Burgundy, and here’s a lovely selection from some of the region’s best up and coming producers. Chavy-Chouet’s Bourgogne Blanc 'Les Femelottes' and Jules Desjourney Mâconnais Chardonnays are among the very best whites in their appellations, while Comtesse de Cherisey is the leading domaine in the picturesque hamlet of Blagny, where Meursault meets Puligny. Simon Bize's benchmark 2015 Bourgogne Rouge 'Les Perrieres' combines vivid fruit with savouriness, a theme which David Duband’s Gevrey-Chambertin takes up a notch. David Croix's Beaune 'Cent Vignes' is drinking beautifully already and no surprise; he already has an encyclopedic knowledge of the vineyards of Beaune despite only starting Domaine des Croix in 2005 aged just 27

Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:

2018 Bourgogne Blanc ‘Les Femelottes’; Domaine Chavy-Chouet (Burgundy, France)
2016 Pouilly-Loché; Domaine Jules Desjourneys (Burgundy, France)
2017 Meursault 'Bois de Blagny'; Comtesse de Cherisey (Burgundy, France)
2015 Bourgogne Rouge 'Les Perrières'; Simon Bize (Burgundy, France)
2017 Gevrey-Chambertin; Domaine David Duband (Burgundy, France)
2017 Beaune 1er Cru 'Cent Vignes'; Domaine des Croix (Burgundy, France)

                                                                                      

Rotters’ Club Classics: £335 per six

This case comprises wines from some of our all-time favourite producers. Ulysse Collin ‘Les Maillons’ is undoubtedly now one of the best wines in Champagne, while dry German Riesling doesn’t get much more delicious than from Koehler-Ruprecht in the Pfalz. In Chassagne-Montrachet in Burgundy our friend Alex Moreau makes some of the village’s most authentic wines, while Tempier Bandol Rosé is a class above others, which we could sell by bucket full during the summer, if only they made more! Domaine Simon Bize in Savigny-Les-Beaune has been producing finessed Pinot Noir for decades, while Lopez de Heredia's gracefully aged old-school Rioja is a nailed on Rotter club classic.

Case includes one each of the following 750ml bottles:

2015 Champagne Extra Brut ‘Les Maillons’; Ulysse Collin (Champagne, France)
2012 Riesling Spätlese Trocken ‘Kallstadter Saumagen R’; Koehler-Ruprecht (Pfalz, Germany)
2017 Chassagne-Montrachet; Bernard Moreau (Burgundy, France)
2018 Bandol Rosé; Domaine Tempier (Provence, France)
2013 Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru ‘Aux Guettes’; Domaine Simon Bize (Burgundy, France)
2007 Rioja Reserva 'Tondonia'; Lopez de Heredia (Rioja, Spain)


To order please send your case(s) choice, delivery address & contact number to
Charlie Blightman 07377 393942 / Charlie@keelingandrew.co.uk

Payments are made via bank transfer.