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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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From the Spanish, family owned Bodegas Faustino, the 2001 Faustino I Reserva is made with mostly Tempranillo grapes, along with Graciano and Mazuelo. It was aged in a mix of French and American oak...  More info
$31.58
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
$29.69
This Alion red wine from the region of Ribera Del Duero is made from the Tempranillo grape and is am excellent example of just what can be achieved with this classic Spanish grape type.  More info
$98.56
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
$62.50
This South African Merlot is grown on red soil which benefits this grape type. After fermentation the wine is aged in French oak barrels for 16 months.  More info
$19.66
This South African Pinot Noir, from Bouchard Finlayson, is bottled from the excellent 2010 harvest. The winemaker was surprised at this as it has tended to be odd years that have been the best...  More info
$50.36
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
$24.91
Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignon from a top producer. Superbly integrated (but still firm) tannins with excellent fruit concentration.  More info
$11.61
Angel's Flight Merlot
(75cl, 13.50%)
Approachable, affable little Merlot from California. This is a midweight red with a soft, easy going palate with hints of toasty oak.  More info
$14.96
Arjona Rioja 2009
(75cl, 13%)
Produced by Antonio Navajas, Arjona Rioja is made with 85% Tempranilla grapes, 10% Garnacha and 5% Mazuelo. This is a medium bodied wine made with a little Crianza. Ready to drink now.  More info
$15.48
An excellent value wine considering its Napa Valley credentials. This Cabernet Sauvignon from California is truly delectable and is drinking for four to five years.  More info
$24.04
Medium bodied red from the 2007 harvest, this is produced in Hawkes Bay, on New Zealand's North Island. You'll find berried fruit on the nose, with hints of plum, and a midweight palate with good...  More info
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
Ca Dei Frati have worked hard to ensure their wines are prestigious by improving the quality as best they can, the yields on their vineyards are much lower than their neighbours and they train their...  More info
$45.95
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
$13.25
A well-cellared bottle of superb Cabernet from Chile.  More info
$16.97
Pinot from Chile. Back when it was 'amazing'. Rivals many top Burgundies.  More info
$15.33
A soft, fruity red from the Castillo de Anna winery in Valencia made with Tempranillo grapes (the same as Rioja). Perfect with roast lamb.  More info
$19.82
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
$28.41
Chapoutier Banyuls 2009
(50cl, 16.50%)
The grapes that make this wine are grown on slopes with soil comprised of schists and the wine is aged for 16 to 20 months in vats.  More info
$28.41
Top-notch Bordeaux from this Cote de Blaye producer.  More info
$16.97
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
$81.01
Awarded an impressive 91 points by Wine Enthusiast, Chambert's 200 vintage is based on the Malbec grape with a little Merlot thrown in for good measure. The wine is aged for 12 months in French oak...  More info
$51.21
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
$40.69
A deliciously fruity Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Château de Vaudieu, this is made with a 50:50 mix of Grenache and Mourvedre.  More info
$40.69
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