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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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A deliciously fruity Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Château de Vaudieu, this is made with a 50:50 mix of Grenache and Mourvedre.  More info
$41.57
Cape Chamonix Rouge 2009
(75cl, 13.50%)
A beautiful red wine from South Africa. The Chamonix estate is hidden in the beautiful Franschhoek mountains. It looks like the scene for an epic fantasy movie, but it's actually where some stunning...  More info
$20.08
This First Drop wine is named Fat of Land because the community from the Barossa Valley in Australia have literally lived off the fat of the land by making wine, like this Shiraz, since the nineteenth...  More info
$80.98
A superb Cabernet from super-huge Australian producer Rosemount. Good concentration with typical blackberry and pepper notes. Should age very well.  More info
From the Bouches-du rhone AOC, this delightful Cabernet-Syrah is brimming with blackberry and raspberry fruit.  More info
$13.88
This is a full flavoured Californian Pinot Noir, rich with red fruit and smoky flavours but with a light mouth-feel - delicious.  More info
$21.88
New Zealand wines are generally pretty fab, and this Escarpment Pinot Noir 2009 lives up to that, it's absolutely wonderful. The grapes were harvested by hand and the wine was aged for 11 months in...  More info
$39.77
This Barolo from Piedmont is made with the Nebbiolo grape variety that has undergone malolactic fermentation then aged for three years in Slavonian oak casks.  More info
$30.86
Calbuco is a volcano in the Andes in Chile and references the volcanic soil the grapes that make this wine are grown upon.  More info
$17.40
Ornellaia Le Volte 2010
(75cl, 13.50%)
This stunning red from Super Tuscan producer Ornellaia is made from a blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties, and gained 90 points from Wine Advocate. This wine complement...  More info
$43.36
This Italian red is made from the Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella grape types in the Veneto district of Italy. The residual sugar in the grape skins lead to a more complex wine than the standard...  More info
$30.82
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
$43.36
This fantastic Shiraz is from the award-winning Magpie Estate in the Barossa Valley, Australia.  More info
$29.03
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
$27.25
Urlar Pinot Noir 2010
(75cl, 14%)
The grapes were hand-picked to make this New Zealand Pinot Noir and aged in 25% new French oak barriques. The wine has not been fined or filtered and has a delicious red fruit bouquet.  More info
$32.62
Shaw & Smith Shiraz 2009
(75cl, 14.50%)
Shaw & Smith grow their grapes in the Adelaide Hills of Australia and is a fresh, elegant style.  More info
$48.75
This is a rich, meaty claret from Bordeaux's legendary Graves region. We expect this 2007 vintage from Château Mouras to reach its peak at around after about 10 years of cellaring. Thanks to its...  More info
$33.52
2009 is called the Mozart year at Cullen Wines, the reason being the wines of this vintage had perfect balance and harmony like the musical pieces by the great composer. The wine is named after Dr...  More info
$118.60
Inspired by Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, an album that you should probably listen to right now if you haven't already, this Cabernet Sauvignon from the Mendocino Wine Co. and Wines That Rock...  More info
$29.11
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
$48.75
A fabulous Amarone wine from Allegrini, this 2008 vintage is a beautifully structured red based on the Corvina Veronese grape.  More info
$100.70
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
$63.09
Classic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Cloudy Bay.  More info
$43.18
Made by Graziano Pra using Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Oseleta grapes (a rarer grape which can add spiciness to Valpolicella), this is a lovely wine with a high abv. The 2007 vintage is intense...  More info
$80.98
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
$61.26
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