Pineapple cubes, light lemon, and vanilla oak influence. More of the same on the palate with a delicate peppery note. Great value for money!


Lemon and orange barley sweets on the nose, which opens up to give cereal notes with the addition of water. Lemon barley again, on the palate, with pleasant honeysuckle and sweetness in the finish.


The nost kicks off like a walk through a summer garden, finished off with round of buttered granary toast with honey. The palate is big, the floral notes giving way to pears in syrup, some lightly charred oak and a touch of salt.


Vanilla sponge cake and milk chocolate buttons straight away, giving way to caramel, oranges and sweet red apples, then with notes of tobacco and coffee beans coming through. On the palate panettone elements and a pleasant nutmeg spice in the finish.


If we had to spend a cold night in an old Bothy, we'd want to take rich vanilla millefeuille and cinnamon and citrus-spiced cider! Maybe we'd light a wee log fire, too!


Polished wood, unripe fruit, honey, nuts. With water some more cooked butter tones emerge, alongside citrus fruit. The palate brings more honey and oak elements, with a bit of white pepper spice on the finish.


Peach/Nectarine fruit, toffee, festive spices and oak. Herbal characters with spices galore of cinnamon, nutmeg a touch of cloves and vanilla. Peppery finish with warming butter, nutty notes and a tart fruitiness.


Starts with freshly grated waxy lemons, before you get caramelised apples drizzled in golden syrup all leading to coffee & milk chocolate finish. The Graduate Dram started because we would release bottles on significant anniversaries for the shop and we traditionally put the name of all the staff who work in the shop on the back label to acknowledge the huge contribution they make to making Luvians a special place to work and to shop. Unfortunately, as the significant anniversaries got further apart it meant some great staff never got immortalised so we decided to introduce an annual bottling commemorating our staff, the graduating Luvians class if you will, thus The Graduate Dram or ‘Grad Dram’ as it became affectionately known was born – every bottle featuring the names of all Luvians staff members who had worked at the company in the previous year.


Winemaker's note: Produced with over 85% of Grand and Premier Crus from the Champagne region. The large proportion of reserve wines used to make the blend ensures a constancy of style which will will pass the test of time.


Winemaker's notes: This is definitely a Grenache-driven GSM! 12 months  in French oak  has provided the perfect framework for the deep-fruited, dark cherry, strawberry and mineral laden  palate with a lovely savoury lick of supple fine-grain tannin. Gentle refreshing acidity gives great line and drives the brooding and delicious fruit through to a lingering finish.


Winemaker's notes: Perfect ripeness and intense fruit. After 12 months of oak aging, the wine is rich but elegant with black fruit, spicy aromas and soft tannins.