That's What I Call Spiced Ham: Volume One

Dare to be stupid.


Welcome to the mezzacotta Café
Wine List
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Windswept Chimneysweep Silvaner, 2020 (Tokaj-Hegyalja, Hungary). An astoundingly affable Méthode Traditionelle, balanced with coffee, jasmine, and watermelon and laced with blackberry and toffee, embracing weight and French follow through
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Casa della Fleur's Brothers Pinotage, 2004 (Jerez, Spain). A honestly chalky dessert wine, deep copper in colour, with hints of pineapple, bergamot, and tropical blackcurrant and earthy elegance
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Mad Fisherman Muscat, 2014 (Rioja, Spain). A delightfully smooth premier cru, reminiscent of cat pee, old socks, and nectarine, coarse roundness and wooded palate
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King Dégoûtant's Atoll Teroldego, 2009 (La Laguna, Mexico). A delicately pure semi-sparkling wine, golden copper in colour, with the taste of cranberry, quince, and citrus blossoms, flamboyant, distinct finish and sharp, mature minerality
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Tall Spit Petit Verdot, 1991 (Hunter Valley, Australia). A partially pleasant muscatel, with an aroma of stewed fruit and simple pumpkin, restrained bite and classy, opulent crunch
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