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Red Wine

Oh yes. Red Wine. Now we're talking. There really isn't anything short of a sherry-casked speysider knocking 40 years of age that can top the intense and completely sense-overwhelming effect of taking just a sip of some of the world's best red wines. From Subtle Old World gems, to the arrogant New World upstarts that regularly un-perch them. We adore them all.

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This is a Portuguese red wine from the Douro region made with a blend of local grape varieties. The estate was established in 1816 by the heir to the Portuguese crown at the time.  More info
$23.19
Made by Carlos Pulenta, Tomero Petit Verdot Reserva 2010 comes from the cool climate of Valle de Uco. A lovely wine, even when young - juicy and slightly herbal. Will improve with a few years of...  More info
$26.50
Ninquen Antu Syrah 2009
(75cl, 14.50%)
Ninquén translates as 'plateau on a mountain' and the Ninquen Antu Syrah is from a mountain estate in Chile where the grapes are hand-harvested.  More info
$23.19
This South African Merlot is grown on red soil which benefits this grape type. After fermentation the wine is aged in French oak barrels for 16 months.  More info
$19.64
A complex, incredibly dry Cabernet Sauvignon from South Africa's Thelema winery, this 2008 vintage will age nicely for five to ten years.  More info
$38.90
Chapoutier Banyuls 2009
(50cl, 16.50%)
The grapes that make this wine are grown on slopes with soil comprised of schists and the wine is aged for 16 to 20 months in vats.  More info
$28.39
An old-fashioned Bordeaux from Château Pichon-Longueville, this 2008 vintage is a very nicely balanced Pauillac. Highly recommended.  More info
$26.50
This is a 2009 vintage Douro blend from Portuguese winery Quinta do Crasto. It will aged well for between 5 and 10 years.  More info
$38.90
Produced in the Veneto region, this is a 2008 vintage Amarone. It's an intense, full-flavoured red and it represents great value for money too.  More info
$38.90
This 2008 vintage from Quinta do Crasto is a medium-bodied Douro blend which will age well for around a decade. Very juicy and fruity.  More info
$38.90
Pinot from Chile. Back when it was 'amazing'. Rivals many top Burgundies.  More info
$15.31
A whacking great bottling of the 15% bruiser, El Bombero.  More info
$28.56
A soft, fruity red from the Castillo de Anna winery in Valencia made with Tempranillo grapes (the same as Rioja). Perfect with roast lamb.  More info
$19.81
Fruity and medium bodied, this wine from the Palacio del Conde winery in Valencia is made from Monastrell with Tempranillo grapes. Try it with steak or a good stilton.  More info
$16.49
A rioja-esque Spanish wine.  More info
$28.09
Top-notch Bordeaux from this Cote de Blaye producer.  More info
$16.96
A well-cellared bottle of superb Cabernet from Chile.  More info
$16.96
A massive Shiraz from John Duval. Expect fruit and oak.  More info
$58.19
A rich, fruity red wine made with Grenache and Syrah grapes from the Vaucluse region of France. Easy on the palate, with blueberries, strawberries and a hint of spice that is characteristic of...  More info
$16.49
The 2012 vintage Pinot Noir from the Calvert Vineyard, owned by Felton Road, is a dark, brooding New Zealand red wine, which matured in French oak barrels for 13 months before it was bottled. Felton...  More info
$72.00
A rich Pinot Noir Beerenauslese from Willi Opitz. This stunning dessert wine offers a mouthful of honeyed, musty peaches and dried apricot.  More info
$39.78
Exquisite red dessert wine made from Zweigelt grapes. The grapes used in Opitz One are dried on straw mats. The results are earthy, rounded, robust notes of berry fruits and a hint of balancing...  More info
$85.80
Abounding with juicy red fruit and thick honey, this is a stunning Pinot Noir grape TBA from top Austrian producers Willi Opitz. We love it.  More info
$88.51
A Bordeaux style blend from New Zealand, The Regent of Morton is made with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. This 2002 vintage was named in honour of James Douglas, the Regent of Morton...  More info
$36.03
With black fruit notes including plums and cherries, there is also a hint of vanilla sweetness. This is best served with red meats and will benefit from 4 to 6 years in the cellar. This is a soft...  More info
$27.89
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