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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 single vineyard bottling of the Argentinian Trapiche Malbec from the Mendoza region. This wine has gained 94 points from Robert Parker himself.  More info
£36.15
Made with 50% Merlot, 30% Sangiovese and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, the Ornellaia Le Volte 2011 spends 10 months in barrels which have previously aged Ornellaia wine. A velvety red wine, rich with...  More info
£24.55
A Cabernet Sauvignon from Washington State, a fantastic wine region, at an excellent price. Made up of around 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Syrah with Merlot and Sangiovese, this is a fresh and fruity...  More info
£13.23
This 2010 vintage Chianti from Isole e Olena is a superbly perfumed wine from Tuscany. It's based on Sangiovese and Canaiolo with a little Cab Sav and Syrah thrown in for good measure.  More info
£25.59
Produced by La Rioja Alta, the Gran Reserva 904 is a rich, refined Rioja. It is made with natural malolactic fermentation and was aged in American oak for four years.  More info
£43.56
This is a big, heavy Italian red wine with supremely silky tannins. A truly beautiful wine from this world-famous winemaker, with all the grapes harvested from three vineyards that date back to the...  More info
£50.97
This is a delicious 2010 vintage Shiraz from First Drop in the Barossa valley. It was made with grapes from the Ebenezer, Greenock and Seppeltsfield vineyards. It was aged in 35% new French oak...  More info
£22.42
This is a 2010 vintage Portuguese wine from Quinta do Crasto, made in the Douro valley. It was basket-pressed and aged in French oak barriques for 16 months.  More info
£24.53
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
£37.23
Classic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Cloudy Bay.  More info
£25.48
The 2009 vintage of Vina Izadi's well balanced and wonderfully juicy Rioja Reserva. Using 100% Tempranillo grapes grown in the Rioja region, the Reservra blossoms with vanilla, dark berry and a subtle...  More info
£16.08
This red wine from Gascony is made from some Merlot and predominately old vine Tannat for a rich, full-bodied style.  More info
£12.91
Cape Chamonix Rouge 2010
(75cl, 13.50%)
A rich, tasty red wine from the South African winemakers, Cape Chamonix. Gorgeous notes of freshly ground coffee beans, plump red fruit and a pinch of spice, a real comforting wine to enjoy in a warm...  More info
£12.38
The grapes used for the Domaine De Pellehaut Les Marcottes are 70% Tannat and 30% Merlot, which come from the oldest plot in their vineyard. They say that while this plot does not give them many...  More info
£12.91
This is an absolutely fantastic value-for-money Cabernet Sauvignon from the Argentinian winery Bodega Atamisque. It's a 2009 vintage Cabernet from the Mendoza region.  More info
£18.72
Made with Nebbiolo grapes, the Araldica Barolo Floria is a wonderful ruby red wine. On that palate it has a good balance between red fruits, spices and earthy minerals. Paired with a meaty meal, a...  More info
£18.21
A fabulous Malbec from Bogdega Atamisque in Argentina, elegant and refined but still with a lush palate of tasty red fruits such as strawberries and plums.  More info
£15.57
This 2009 vintage, red wine blend from the Mendocino Wine Company was inspired by the 'Steal Your Face' album by the Grateful Dead. The aim of Wines That Rock is to bring exciting wines to the market...  More info
£14.11
A wonderful Montepulciano d'Abruzzo from the Gran Sasso estate, full of rich berry character with soft tannins.  More info
£11.86
Made with 100% Pinot noir grapes, the Frederic Magnien Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2009 is an earthy wine, rich with raspberry aromas, savoury notes and firm but ripe tannins.  More info
£40.42
This is a Martinborough Pinot Noir from Ata Rangi using grapes harvested from vines that are between 10 and 30 years old.  More info
£47.79
St Estephe borders Paulliac in the Bordeaux region of France, and is known for its gravelly soil. This means the wines are particularly good in hot, dry years. The Chateau Ormes De Pez from 2009 is...  More info
£38.28
The Argentinian winemakers, Trapiche, produce a series of single vineyard Malbecs to display the best of the dark, delicious Malbec they have to offer and to communicate the effect that the different...  More info
£36.15
Made under the careful gaze of expert winemaker Alberto Antonini, the Calcubo Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot is a modern Chilean wine using grapes from the in Chile's Central Valley. 2013 was a cooler year...  More info
£10.54
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
£10.27
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