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Medium-bodied red wine

Slightly fuller-bodied reds, perhaps more suited to everyday drinking, or enjoying with anything other than 'an absolutely massive steak'.

Wine/Red Wine/Medium Bodied Reds

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A definite wine for cellaring, Crystallum's 2010 Pinot Noir is a tightly contained little wine which will mature very nicely through to 2020...  More info
$56.81
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
$106.83
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
$15.19
This is a full flavoured Californian Pinot Noir, rich with red fruit and smoky flavours but with a light mouth-feel - delicious.  More info
$19.71
The Californian winery De Loach produced this dark, richly fruity Pinot Noir in 2011.  More info
$16.19
A fantastic Pinot Noir from Kiwi producer Dog Point complete with elegant dark fruits. A great red from New Zealand.  More info
$36.68
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
$19.71
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
$26.97
Those Syrah grapes sure do make an excellent wine. Need proof? Well, here's your proof! The yummy 2010 vintage Saint Joseph Cuvée from Domaine Des Amphores is made with those Syrah grapes and a...  More info
$32.60
The 2009 vintage of Domaine du Rampart's Châteauneuf du Pape. A supple, quaffable red made with Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre and Syrah. Did you know, Domaine de Rempart is actually owned by the...  More info
$26.64
This fresh, classic Broiully from Domaine Les Roches Bleues offers up a lovely flavour - great with chicken dishes. The grapes are hand-picked and are whole-berry fermented for around a week.  More info
$30.19
A whacking great bottling of the 15% bruiser, El Bombero.  More info
$26.30
Larry McKenna makes fantastic wine such as this 2008 Pinot Noir at his winery in Marlborough, New Zealand. This Pinot Noir is left to macerate on its skins for an average of eighteen days then is left...  More info
$35.82
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
$35.82
Escarpment is located in Martinborough, New Zealand, and was founded by Larry and Sue McKenna and Robert and Mem Kirby who wanted to create a definitive style of Pinot Noir for their winery. The...  More info
$22.93
A Pinot Noir produced from a combination of three estate vineyards by top New Zealand winemakers Felton Road.  More info
$53.59
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
$53.59
An organic, biodynamic wine from Felton Estate in Central Otago, New Zealand, this is a delicious 2011 vintage Pinot Noir. This is a mineral-rich, rustic Kiwi red.  More info
$63.27
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
$66.31
This is a 2011 vintage New Zealand pinot noir from the Central Ontago winery of Felton Road. Felton Road was opened by Nigel Greening. Nigel moved to New Zealand to indulge in his love of pinot noir...  More info
$51.97
This is a 50:50 blend of Shiraz and Monastrell (Spanish for Mouvredre) hence the name 'Half and Half', from the First Drop winery in Barossa, Australia.  More info
$27.76
Oh yes. We love First Drop, we love Shiraz, and Monastrell? We probably love that too.  More info
$27.76
Produced in Australia's famed Barossa Valley, this is a wonderful blend from First Drop. It contains a 50:50 mix of rich Shiraz and the tart, tanginess of the Monastrell grape. This will age well for...  More info
$27.76
Mother's Milk is an eminently slurpable Barossa Shiraz from First Drop in Greenock, Australia. Sourced from three vineyards and aged for 15 months in french oak hogsheads, the label isn't the only...  More info
$26.30
A luscious Cabernet from the McLaren Vale in Australia, First Drop's Mother's Ruin works beautifully with roasted game birds and is very quaffable...  More info
$27.76
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