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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 Nero D'avola from Planeta is aged for twelve months in French Oak and is an incredibly elegant wine with red fruit and anise flavours.  More info
£25.59
Poliziano was founded in 1961 on a Southern facing slope near the old town hill in Montepulciano. The predominate grape grown is a regional clone of Sangiovese called Prugnolo Gentile. This wine is...  More info
£27.70
This is a Premier Cru Givry from Domaine Du Clos Salomon in Burgundy with a really tangy fruity quality to it.  More info
£27.70
This Marlborough Pinot Noir is very versatile and will complement a variety of meals from roast duck through to red meat, or even a heavier pasta dish.  More info
£25.59
Larry McKenna makes fantastic wine such as this 2008 Pinot Noir at his winery in Marlborough, New Zealand. This Pinot Noir is left to macerate on its skins for an average of eighteen days then is left...  More info
£23.47
This is a Super Tuscan red wine in every sense of the word except its price. Although excellent value this wine is actually more difficult to get hold of than more famous Tuscan wines like Sassicaia...  More info
£21.38
Oh yes. We love First Drop, we love Shiraz, and Monastrell? We probably love that too.  More info
£18.19
This fresh, classic Broiully from Domaine Les Roches Bleues offers up a lovely flavour - great with chicken dishes. The grapes are hand-picked and are whole-berry fermented for around a week.  More info
£19.78
This is Chianti is made from predominantly Sangiovese with a little Pugnitello as well. This is an excellent Chianti Classico to be savoured over a meal.  More info
£15.02
A fantastic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Dog Point complete with elegant dark fruits. A great red from New Zealand.  More info
£24.03
The 2009 vintage of Domaine du Rampart's Châteauneuf du Pape. A supple, quaffable red made with Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Syrah. Did you know, Domaine de Rempart is actually owned by the...  More info
£17.45
Cloudy Bay's 2009 Pinot Noir boasts a fabulously silky, supple texture with a perfect level of acidity. It offers up hints of cherry and sweet summer fruits and just a touch of oak. Ready to drink...  More info
£19.95
A pinot from the one of the best-regarded producers in New Zealand's Marlborough region.  More info
£25.88
This Amarone from Allegrini is made using the Corvina grape type in the Della Valpolicella region of Italy. The grapes used to make Amarone are allowed to dry in the sun which concentrates the sugars...  More info
£37.68
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a big cassis forward red wine inspired by the legendary 'The Dark Side of the Moon' album by Pink Floyd.

Wines That Rock aim to bring great wines with attitude to the...  More info
£17.19
Produced at the legendary Château Cos d'Estournel in the Saint Estèphe region, this 2008 vintage is a refined, aromatic red to be drunk within 10 years.  More info
£48.84
2010 was a great year for Burgundian wine so to find a red of this quality under £20 is great value.  More info
£18.19
Gevrey-Chambertain is from the Côte de Nuits region of Burgundy. This wine is made using the Pinot Noir grape (mandatory for Burgundian reds) by Frederic Magnien. Frederic is a part of the fifth...  More info
£38.28
Chambolle-Musigny is a particularly silky Burgundian Pinot Noir thanks to the limestone-based soil the vines are grown on and the 2007 from Jean-Claude Boisset is no exception.  More info
£46.73
This red wine is made in the Southern Rhone, hillside village Cairanne. Grenache is the predominant grape used however some Syrah, Carignan Noir and Mouvredre are also used. The wine is naturally...  More info
£15.02
Chateauneuf du Pape is a red Rhone blend of the Grenache, Syrah (Shiraz) and Mourvedre grapes, with the Grenache and Syrah dominating. Other grape types may also be used in Southern Rhone blends such...  More info
£24.53
This full-bodied wine is made by a co-operative in the region Languedoc and Roussillon in France. The wine is made of a Rhone blend of grapes including Grenache and Syrah (Shiraz).  More info
£17.13
Made in Molise in Southern Italy, this is a rustic red from Camillo de Lellis, based on the Montepulciano grape. Try this with pasta dishes.  More info
£7.99
This wine has been made by Marco Flacco who achieves an astonishing freshness and fruitiness in his wines.  More info
£11.33
This Italian wine is made from the Aglianico grape variety that prospers in the volcanic soils of Campania. This is the inspiration behind the winery's name, Vesevo, which relates to the volcano of...  More info
£13.95
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