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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 French red from the Cotes de Provence is made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Syrah, a blend of grapes often used in the Priorat region of Spain.  More info
$25.91
Isole E Olena is one of the famous wine estates in Tuscany. Tuscany is renowned for its 'Super Tuscan' wines which aren't made to satisfy regional requirements, they are simply made to be very good...  More info
$80.39
This is a classic weighty Priorat with succulent red fruit flavours, thanks to the mild nature of the growing season this is drinkable fairly young.  More info
$34.41
First Drop experiment with different grape varieties, in this case it is with the Italian grape Montepulciano. This grape shouldn't be confused with the Italian town of the same name which produces...  More info
$36.12
Doug Balnaves was a sheep shearer before he became a winemaker in 1971. He was paid by the tally of the number of sheep he had sheared, the higher the number the greater the respect for the shearer...  More info
$117.88
Escarpment is located in Martinborough, New Zealand, and was founded by Larry and Sue McKenna and Robert and Mem Kirby who wanted to create a definitive style of Pinot Noir for their winery. The...  More info
$24.20
This is a Grand Cru Burgundian red from the Dugat family made from the Pinot Noir grape.  More info
$162.17
Crozes Hermitage is the largest of the Northern Rhône appellations. The Thalabert is made from grapes grown on vineyards with pebbly soil. The stones store heat in the day to release at night which...  More info
$79.70
Gaja Barbaresco 2007
(75cl, 14.50%)
Gaja's 2007 Barbaresco is already incredibly open and quaffable. It's a modern style and is tremendously approachable... James Suckling gave it 93 points!  More info
$193.33
The grapes for this fine Pinot Noir come from Marlborough's southern valleys and have been allowed to ferment on the natural yeasts on the skins of the grapes. The wine has been aged in 45% new French...  More info
$58.24
A definite wine for cellaring, Crystallum's 2010 Pinot Noir is a tightly contained little wine which will mature very nicely through to 2020...  More info
$59.97
The top wine from Bodega Riglos. Huge. Epic.  More info
$59.97
A rich and intense Italian red made with Marzemino (45%), Sangiovese (45%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). Perfect with hard cheeses.  More info
$44.63
Made with grapes grown in a vineyard that is over 2,000 years old, we're pretty sure the grapes are a tad younger. The Chapoutier Banyuls 2011 is a scrumptious red wine, filled with black fruit notes...  More info
$31.01
The grapes used for the Knox Alexander are planted at a higher elevation at the Bien Nacido Vineyard, a move chosen by Au Bon Climat's Master Winemaker Jim Clendenen. A fragrant, fruity and creamy...  More info
$74.47
This Jean-Jacques Girard Bourgogne Pinot Noir is a lovely red wine that sparkles with cherries and dark berries up front, then delves deep for a neat, savoury finish.  More info
$29.31
2009 produced a "small crop" for Moss Wood's Cabernet Sauvignon, making it a brooding red wine. With it's spiced, mulled redcurrants and leather notes, it is certainly as brooding as Heathcliff in...  More info
$78.69
Although Alion was made by the fairly tradition winemakers, Vega Sicila, they uses state-of-the-art equipment to make their wonderful wines, like the Alion Ribera Del Duero 2009. Rich and dark, it...  More info
$104.25
This Paper Road Pinot Noir from the New Zealand vineyard Borthwick ripples with deep, red fruits. Plums and berries in big, happy bunches. Yum. Following that, smoky notes appear, making it a...  More info
$27.61
A brilliant wine from the Château Cos d`Estournel, the Pagodes de Cos 2009 is made with 69% Cabernet Sauvignon, along with Merlot and Petit Verdot. Big, bold floral notes, mixed with blackberry...  More info
$104.24
Made with 77% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, 10% Merlot grapes and a smattering of Petit Verdot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc grapes, the 2010 vintage Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot is brimming with dark...  More info
$87.71
The 2006 harvest for Cullen Wines had quite a low yield due to cool conditions through the summer. While this might seem like a bad thing, these conditions led to Cullen Wines producing a refined...  More info
$112.76
The Gypsy from Ken Forrester is made with a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre grapes, which have been harvested from the Western Cape of South Africa and hand-selected to go into this yummy red...  More info
$46.35
Noon Eclipse 2010
(75cl, 14.50%)
After being unable to produce a 2009 vintage Eclipse due to a heat wave and a drought, we're happy that the Australian Noon Winery was able to produce one in 2010! Hooray! Their signature red, it's...  More info
$78.72
Tenuta San Guido made their wines in Italy, on the Tyrrhenian coast. Their 2011 vintage Le Difese is made with 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Sangiovese grapes, which are macerated for 12 days and...  More info
$34.45
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