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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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Shiraz Cabernet - superb with a nice hot chilli. Use some chocolate too. That's my tip.  More info
$13.31
Oh yes. We love First Drop, we love Shiraz, and Monastrell? We probably love that too.  More info
$27.06
Classic Italian Red. Serve within a glass for the yumminess.  More info
$20.78
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
$17.63
French wine - deliciously rustic French wine.  More info
$22.34
A massive Shiraz from John Duval. Expect fruit and oak.  More info
$52.22
A Pinot Noir produced from a combination of three estate vineyards by top New Zealand winemakers Felton Road.  More info
$52.22
A fantastic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Dog Point complete with elegant dark fruits. A great red from New Zealand.  More info
$35.74
A rich and intense Italian red made with Marzemino (45%), Sangiovese (45%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%). Perfect with hard cheeses.  More info
$41.20
Made with grapes grown in a vineyard that is over 2,000 years old, we're pretty sure the grapes are a tad younger. The Chapoutier Banyuls 2011 is a scrumptious red wine, filled with black fruit notes...  More info
$28.63
Made under the careful watch of winemaker Alberto Antonini, this 2012 vintage Calbuco Cabernet Merlot was produced without wood ageing to keep it as fresh tasting as possible. A wonderful wine from...  More info
$12.76
This Jean-Jacques Girard Bourgogne Pinot Noir is a lovely red wine that sparkles with cherries and dark berries up front, then delves deep for a neat, savoury finish.  More info
$27.06
From the Thelema Mountain vineyard in South Africa, this 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon is dry but sweet on the palate. Flavours of blackcurrant juice and a hint of good coffee. A brilliant dinner wine.  More info
$36.51
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
$34.91
2009 produced a "small crop" for Moss Wood's Cabernet Sauvignon, making it a brooding red wine. With it's spiced, mulled redcurrants and leather notes, it is certainly as brooding as Heathcliff in...  More info
$72.64
A rich, fruity red wine made with Grenache and Syrah grapes from the Vaucluse region of France. Easy on the palate, with blueberries, strawberries and a hint of spice that is characteristic of...  More info
$14.80
Schubert Wines made their home in Martinborough within the Wairarapa region of New Zealand, as it was where the country's affinity for Pinot Noir began. In a place with that kind of history, it only...  More info
$49.08
The 2006 harvest for Cullen Wines had quite a low yield due to cool conditions through the summer. While this might seem like a bad thing, these conditions led to Cullen Wines producing a refined...  More info
$104.10
The Gypsy from Ken Forrester is made with a blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre grapes, which have been harvested from the Western Cape of South Africa and hand-selected to go into this yummy red...  More info
$42.79
Tenuta San Guido made their wines in Italy, on the Tyrrhenian coast. Their 2011 vintage Le Difese is made with 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Sangiovese grapes, which are macerated for 12 days and...  More info
$31.80
Urlar Pinot Noir 2011
(75cl, 14%)
A New Zealand 2011 vintage Pinot Noir from Urlar, made with hand-picked grapes and matured in 25% new French oak barriques. Neither fined not filtered, this is the real deal, an uncensored Pinot Noir...  More info
$30.21
Aussie red made using Shiraz/Grenache/Mataro grapes in the style of Chateauneuf du Pape, which is also where the name comes from (although we do enjoy the idea of nine Popes hanging out together, just...  More info
$44.28
The 2012 vintage Pinot Noir from the Calvert Vineyard, owned by Felton Road, is a dark, brooding New Zealand red wine, which matured in French oak barrels for 13 months before it was bottled. Felton...  More info
$64.61
Using grapes from three farms in the Central Otago sub-region, Felton Road's 2013 vintage Bannockburn Pinot Noir is noted for having a bolder centre of red fruit notes than previous vintages. It is...  More info
$52.22
A rich red from the Provence wine region, made by the Domaine De Rimauresq. The use a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Syrah grapes to produce this expression. This is the 2011 vintage...  More info
$26.28
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