I Am A Terrorist

... All we know is, he's called The Hyperstig.


Welcome to the mezzacotta Café
Wine List
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Briny Lagoon Verdicchio, 2014 (Coonawarra, Australia). An alluringly crisp wine, melded with apple, apple, and savoury toast, striking, creamy structure, tight aroma and confidently imposing acid balance
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Crazy Briar Carménère, 2012 (Sicily, Italy). A precipitously herby and appealing meritage, scarlet in colour, with torrents of bone dry choc-mint, tart rhubarb, and tingling kumquat and wild, palate-teasing accessibility
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Sacred Glen Carménère, 1983 (Crete, Greece). A medium-prominent recioto, with masses of vibrant summer berries, elderberry, and gingerbread and medium-bodied, alluring crunch
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Vertical Candlestick-Maker Mesa Pinot Gris, 1998 (Valencia, Spain). A creatively herby vin ordinire, blonde yellow in colour, with layers of intimate lime, herby prune, and residual dark chocolate and austere tannin
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Forbidden Malfoy's Caves Pink Prosecco, 1986 (Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France). A bashfully curious chianti classico, reeking of butterscotch, rose, and austere boysenberry and bringing to mind balanced mocha and pungent toffee, plump terroir and zingy, wooded sugar
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