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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 wine has been made by Marco Flacco who achieves an astonishing freshness and fruitiness in his wines.  More info
$19.24
South African Cabernet Sauvignon. Delicious. Land Rover. Peroni.  More info
$15.69
A DOCG Chianti from Strozzi. Good backbone and complexity are countered by a decent splash of fruit.  More info
$13.50
This is a Brunello di Montalcino from Il Poggione. Brunellos are made using the Sangiovese grape variety and make for great wines to compliment meals with big meaty flavours. The 2004 vintage should...  More info
$63.23
The Tuscan winery of Isole E Olena was formed in the 1950s in a merger between the estates of Isole and Olena, this is their Chianti Classico.  More info
$43.46
This Californian Cabernet Sauvignon from J Lhor is aged for over a year in French and American oak barrels after experiencing alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in steel vats.  More info
$29.09
Shiraz Cabernet - superb with a nice hot chilli. Use some chocolate too. That's my tip.  More info
$15.20
This Premier Cru Volnay is hand-harvested and undergoes 100% malolactic fermentation.  More info
$65.02
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
$79.37
2010 was a great year for Burgundian wine so to find a red of this quality under £20 is great value.  More info
$30.89
This 2008 vintage Shiraz was made by John Duval in the Barossa Valley, Australia. This wine received 94 points from Lisa Perrotti-Brown for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate and is rich with black fruit...  More info
$59.63
A massive Shiraz from John Duval. Expect fruit and oak.  More info
$59.63
John Duval Plexus 2008
(75cl, 14.50%)
The Plexus is a Rhone-style blend made by John Duval in Australia's Barossa Valley. He uses a blend of 48% Shiraz, 31% Grenache and 21% Mourvedre in this Chateauneuf du Pape style wine and was 100%...  More info
$52.43
Ken Forrester specialises in making parcels of wine from single vineyards. The grapes for this wine were selected from low-yielding vines. Vine which produce fewer grapes are essentially putting more...  More info
$48.86
A classically styled Médoc, La Folie Rousseau is a soft, oaky Bordeaux rich is now perfect to drink. A steal at this price for a 1997 Bordeaux!  More info
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$15.20
La Rioja Alta benefits from being at a high altitude compared to the rest of the Rioja region and produces some of the regions finest wines. The 2004 vintage was excellent in Spain and this can be...  More info
$43.46
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
$43.46
This is an Italian red from the Friuli region made in a Bordeaux blend style with ripe red fruit and spice flavours.  More info
$35.65
This Merlot from Chip Lyeth was inspired by his trip around Bordeaux in the 1970s. Made in Sonoma County, California and benefits from the stable maritime climate.  More info
$25.51
This fantastic Shiraz is from the award-winning Magpie Estate in the Barossa Valley, Australia.  More info
$29.09
Mitolo was established in 1999 by Frank Mitolo in McLaren Vale, Australia. He takes a hands-on approach in his commitment to make wine of an excellent quality.  More info
$27.31
From the McLaren Vale of Australia comes the Mitolo Jester Shiraz, a yummy, fruity red which features a warming centre of spicy oak and herbs. The 2011 growing season was much cooler than other years...  More info
$28.21
The Carmenere grape has risen to prominence in Chile and for the un-initiated it has similarities to Merlot but with a more rustic rather than jammy flavour. This 2010 Montevista Reserva Carmenere is...  More info
$17.44
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
$36.92
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
$28.58
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