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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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That Boutique-y Whisky Company
A rich, modern style of wine from the Chateau Pomeys, made using Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes. Bursting with huge dark fruit notes, the 2010 vintage pairs excellently with steak and lamb...  More info
$34.50
A juicy, ripe Pinot Noir from Chile's Colchagua Valley, this is a fabulous organic wine from Cono Sur, and the 2009 vintage is very good indeed.  More info
$16.90
Produced by Giuseppi Lonardi, this is a classic Valpolicella produced 350m above sea level on the hillsides of the Classica area. It's a dry wine which was aged for 36 months in traditional oak casks.  More info
$63.71
A Hawkes Bay Pinot Noir with lovely tannins, and a silken, fruity palate. Great as an accompaniment to dishes with game. 100% malo lactic fermentation, aged for nine months in French oak.  More info
$21.15
A very stylish Bordeaux style red from Morton Estate in New Zealand. This is made with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.  More info
$36.92
Made using flavourful grapes from the Stone Creek vineyards, Morton Estate's 2007 Pinot offerse a sublimely silken palate filled with cherries, truffles and pine needles. Very ripe, juicy and well...  More info
$28.58
A pretty serious Shiraz from artisanal producer Ainsworth and Snelson. Individually numbered bottles, amazing depth of flavour and a decent amount of bottle-age.  More info
$30.40
Château La Claymore 2005
(75cl, 13.50%)
From the 2005 Vintage, widely hailed as the best in the last couple of decades. This Bordeaux is drinking well now, but will benefit from careful cellaring.  More info
$17.15
A DOCG Chianti from Strozzi. Good backbone and complexity are countered by a decent splash of fruit.  More info
$13.50
A Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon from Cousino Macul. Great structure, especially at this price.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (4.5/5)
$14.88
Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignon from a top producer. Superbly integrated (but still firm) tannins with excellent fruit concentration.  More info
$11.89
Bordeaux Superieur from a great vintage, enjoying a decent amount of bottle-age.  More info
Cantine Volpi Barolo
(75cl, 13.50%)
A premium Barolo from Italian producer Volpi. From the 2004 Vintage widely regarded as 'excellent'. Barolo is known as Il Re dei Vini ed il Vino dei Re, translated as 'The King of Wines and the Wine...  More info
$38.93
A superb Italian wine from Piemonte (the top front of the boot). Perhaps one of the best value Italian wines on the market, this red offers superb finesse for the price.  More info
A full flavoured Syrah from Hawkes Bay in New Zealand's North Island. This was harvested in April 2007, matured in barrels for a year and bottled on the 16th June 2009. This lovely wine from Morton...  More info
$18.11
2007 marked a hot, dry summer in New Zealand's North Island, resulting in grapes with a high sugar content. The elevate, inland vineyards of Morton Estate still enjoyed cool nights, and the result is...  More info
$21.15
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
A 2005 vintage shiraz from Wolf Blass, Wine Enthusiast rated this with 88 points. A great accompaniment to steak with peppercorn sauce.  More info
Rich, full-bodied with red berries and cocoa spice. Wolf Blass's Presidents Selection Cabernet is made with grapes from the Barossa Valley and the McLaren Valey, and it's aged in French and American...  More info
Clivus Valpolicella
(75cl, 11.50%)
Fruity and of good body, this quaffable Valpolicella hails from just North of Verona. It is perfect for light foods, particularly Italian meals such as pasta or pizza.  More info
$7.30
Translated literally as 'Bull's Blood', Sangre de Toro is a powerful and robust wine is made from Grenache and Carignan grapes.  More info
$19.16
Summer-fruit and Cocoa Character from this fantastic Aussie Shiraz. McLaren vale is a coastal region in south-east Australia.  More info
$20.94
A cracking Merlot from the CJ Pask winery in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.  More info
$19.45
An award-winning wine from Chile's Palo Alto Winery.  More info
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$15.95
This is a charming red Bordeaux blend with pleasant cassis fruit notes and balanced tannins.  More info
$20.04
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