Pop up wine shop & bar
Holton Lodge Barn, The Street, Holton Nr. Halesworth IP19 8PN
Timeless classics We source a wide range of wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rioja, Tuscany and other classic wine regions of the world.
Modern greats We also stock many of the greatest bottles from Europe’s and the New World’s most exciting modern winemakers.
Mature & rare vintages Explore the coravin library, browse our older, rarer bottles with limited availability and once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Case discounts Order any mixture of 6 bottles and get a 5% discount; buy any mixture of 12 bottles and get a 10% discount. To help us manage stocks, this offer is for delivery/collection after the event.
Shop online, but not for everything – for some of the juiciest bottles you really need to come and see us because they don’t all make it on here…
The new wine destination for joyous bottles, everyday drinking to genuine rarities and classics.
Cheese & Wine Experience
1. Rachael Reserva, English
A hard goat cheese by Peter Humpries, it is the namesake of his friend who much like the cheese is sweet, curvy and just a little bit nutty.
Wine Paring: English Rosé, Lost in a field Pet Nat – A coupe of Magnums Left £60 each
2. Chaource, Champagne
Made in Burgundy since the middle ages, this cheese is prized for its snowy texture and trickling cream line. The long, slow set comes from the farmers’ historical habit of leaving their morning milk to rest as they went out to tend to their grapes.
Wine Paring: Bachey Legros, 2020 Santenay Rouge (Burgundy) – Good stock £39
3. Morbiere, Jura
Morbier was originally made by cheesemakers who lived in the village of Morez in the Jura Mountains of France. Situated in a deep valley a few miles from the Swiss border.
You’ll note the look of this cheese is quite distinctive with its horizontal gray-black line running through its middle. This line is actually a mixture of edible vegetable ash. The cheesemaker would press the leftover curd from the evening’s production of Comte into a round mold and cover that curd with a thin layer of ash to prevent it from drying out. The next day he pressed the leftover morning curd on top of the ash. You could tell which layer of the cheese came from the evening milking since it tastes fruitier than that from the morning milking
Wine Paring: Domaine de la Guicharde, 2017 Autour de la Chapelle Blanc (Cote du Rhone) – A few bottles left – £20 each
4. Beaufort d’et – Savoie AOP
Made only during the summer, at village dairies, from the milk of cows that enjoy lush alpine and mid-alpine meadows. Cheeses are selected once per year in the spring, and Paccard begins to release them once they reach twelve months old. This means that with every month that passes after that release, the cheese that reaches the market is one month older.
Wine Paring: Dopff, Grand Cru 2008 Schoenenbourg Riesling (Alsace) – a few bottles left £49 each
5. São Jorge, Azores
The isolated island chain found almost in the middle of the Atlantic.
São Jorge is indelibly linked with the volcanic archipelago’s history and economy.
Wine Pairing: Madera – good stocks from £20 (2010 Malmsey Colheita £79)
Due to the limited bottles available, please email to order.
Current vintages are available in cases – again email for price and availabilty.
Trêve Estivale Rosé, Langudoc£15.99
Casa los Frailes Monastrell 2022£15.99
Maison Ventenac Coup de Chance 2022£15.99
1006 ‘Indigo’ Gamay-Saint-Romain 2021£24.00
Maison Ventenac Le Paria 2022£17.99
Cossetti Barbera d’Asti Superiore 2020£22.00
Cantina Sobrero Langhe Nebbiolo£27.00
Bruno Lafron Le P’tit Rosé 2022£15.99
Bruno Lafon Le P’tit Chardo 2021£15.99
Bruno Lafon Le P’tit Pinot 2021£15.99
Frederic Guilbaud Muscadet sur lie£15.99
Cà di Rajo Lemoss col fondo£15.99
Holton Lodge cheese & wine case plus two half price tickets£120.00