Australian, CALIFORNIAN, South African & New Zealand Wine
Here at Specialist Cellars we are experts in all things New World, from Australian, Californian, South African and of course New Zealand Wine. View all our wines, regions and grapes below.
New World Wines | New Zealand Wine
SOUTH AFRICAN WINE
NEW ZEALAND WINES
NEW WORLD GIFTS
It’s all about the gift of giving with us at Specialist Cellars HQ, and with a focus on the best wines, we can fulfil all your wine needs.
If you’re in the mood to send New World wine to a lover, or a gift voucher to a pal, then check out our full collection below.
We can send curated gift boxes based on your preferences, include personalised notes free of charge, and add a gift box! Or similarly, explore our mixed case selection.
Go on, treat them to the perfect gift.
WINE SPECIALIST BAR & SHOP
Our wine bar and shop in Pop Brixton is open 5 days a week, serving the best that the New World has to offer.
Mon: 4pm – 10pm
Tues: 4pm – 10pm
Wed: 3pm – 11pm
Thurs: 3pm – 11pm
Fri: 12pm – 12am
Sat: 11am – 12am
Sun: 11am – 8pm
WINE FOR A YEAR?
Be the bestest friend ever and give the gift of the New World!
Take a look at our wine club subscription options below, and don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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OUR WINE BLOGS
We’re pretty into wine here at Specialist Cellars and we thought we’d spread our love and knowledge via a little #wineeducation. We blog about everything from best pairs through to the wines that are best for certain days. View the articles below.
Dive into two of the most talked about white grape varietals, New Zealand Sauvignon and Chardonnay… So, I guess it’s time to bring out the
Mel Brown sits down with Helen Masters from Ata Rangi to discuss all things wine in our “Down In The Cellar” series. WHO DO YOU
It’s PINOT NOIR month over at Specialist Cellars – a whole 31 days of celebrating all our New World Pinot Noir. That’s right – while
Our top New World Wine Producers
During the wine production process, the wine becomes clouded because of tartrates, tannins and phenolics. Over time these settle and the wine appears clear and smooth, although some producers speed up this process with fining agents. Traditionally, the fining agents used contained animal products such as egg whites or milk protein. This collection is made up of wines that either use no fining agents at all, or vegan-friendly options such as agents made of clay.
Biodynamic winemaking is a holistic concept encompassing the health of an entire vineyard. All-in-all, this means the wine is produced with a spiritual, ethical and ecological approach. The New World jumped on the idea long ago, ensuring their vineyards will not only stand the test of time, but that their great quality wine doesn’t cost the earth.
‘If it ain’t broke don’t fix it’, this rings especially true when it comes to wine. Over time, winemaking practices have deviated further and further from natural winemaking. Luckily for us, some vintners believe the old ways are best. When picking from this collection you can rest assured the wines have been produced with no additives such as sugar, acidity regulators, cultivated yeasts, colourants or sulphites. Natural wine is just as it says it is, natural.
The journey of a grape from vine to wine has changed over time, involving more processing and chemical intervention than ever before. Luckily, some farmers don’t agree with this change and believe that the old ways are best. These farmers nurture the grape through the entire process without using artificial chemical fungicides, fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides or preservatives. The results speak for themselves.