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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.

Alain Graillot Tandem Syrah 2015

75cl, 13%
Alain Graillot

Tandem 2015 is an unusual wine from the Benslimane region of Morocco, and is the product of a collaboration between Alain Graillot and Moroccan Ouled Thaleb winery based 30km from Casablanca. This…  More info

Alain Graillot Tandem Syrah 2015
$21.47

Allegrini Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico 2014

75cl, 15.5%
Allegrini

Powerfully flavoursome and intense, Amarone is a hugely impressive variety of wine made using dried red grapes, and Allegrini's Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico is one of the finest examples…  More info

Allegrini Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico 2014
$68.29

Allende Rioja 2011

75cl, 13.5%
Allende

This is the 2011 vintage Allende Rioja, which was allowed to age for 14 months in new French oak casks, helping to develop the rich, fruit-forward flavour profile. Marvellous stuff, particularly with…  More info

Allende Rioja 2011
$22.56

Alpha Zeta Amarone 2015

75cl, 15%
Alpha Zeta

This 2015 Amarone from Alpha Zeta was matured in a mixture of large 'botti' and French oak barriques for 18 months before bottling. The vineyards are based in the hills northeast of Verona. A…  More info

Alpha Zeta Amarone 2015
$26.72

Arínzano Gran Vino 2010

75cl, 14%
Arínzano

The delicious Arínzano Gran Vino 2010 vintage is made using Tempranillo grapes and spends 14 months in French oak casks. Rich, velvet-y Spanish red wine - what a treat!  More info

Arínzano Gran Vino 2010
$75.65

Arínzano La Casona 2010

75cl, 14%
Arínzano

A complex and elegant wine that spent 14 months ageing in French oak barrels, it blends two different grapes, Tempranillo (75%) and Merlot (25%) with exceptional terroir.  More info

Arínzano La Casona 2010
$31.47

Avignonesi Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2015

75cl, 14%
Avignonesi

Here's a rich, powerful 2015 red wine from Avignonesi, made with 100% Sangiovese estate grown grapes in Tuscany, which are then matured for 18 months in large oak casks and barriques. Fantastic stuff…  More info

Avignonesi Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2015
$23.63

Badenhorst Family Secateurs Red 2015

75cl, 13%
Badenhorst Family

A delicious 2015 vintage red blend from South African winery Secateurs, named after the secateurs that shape the vines during winter pruning and are used to pick ripe grapes in the summer. Trusty…  More info

Badenhorst Family Secateurs Red 2015
$18.24

Benanti Etna Rosso 2015

75cl, 13%
Benanti

From Sicilian Benati winery comes the 2015 vintage Etna Rosso. With vineyards based on Mount Etna, grapes are sourced from three sides of the volcano (the northern, southeast and southwest slopes)…  More info

Benanti Etna Rosso 2015
$19.33

Boekenhoutskloof The Chocolate Block 2017

75cl, 14%
Boekenhoutskloof

A top South African red wine here from Boekenhoutskloof. The Chocolate Block is made with a blend of wine types, predominantly Syrah supported by Grenache, Cinault, Cabernet Sauvignon and Viognier.…  More info

Boekenhoutskloof The Chocolate Block 2017
$23.63

Borgogno Barolo 2013

75cl, 14%
Borgogno

Fancy an Italian red wine with a gloriously rich, powerful flavour profile, you can't go wrong with a Barolo. This 2013 vintage from Borgogno is bursting at the seams with red fruit, joined by subtle…  More info

Borgogno Barolo 2013
$48.99

Bosman Adama 2016

75cl, 14%
Bosman

A 2016 Adama from the family-run Bosmon winery, made from a blend of eight grape varieties, with the main components ages in new American oak and older French oak. A great match for roast meat.  More info

Bosman Adama 2016
$15.01

Brise Cailloux Cornas 2011

75cl, 13.5%
Domaine Du Coulet

A light, elegant Cornas from Brise Cailloux made with Syrah grapes. They use grapes grown on lower slopes of their vineyards for this expression.  More info

Brise Cailloux Cornas 2011
$37.62

Brunel De La Gardine Côtes du Rhône 2016

75cl, 14%
Brunel De La Gardine

2016 vintage Côtes du Rhône from Brunel de la Gardine, who have been in the business of wine since the 18th century. A brilliant wine to pair with the traditional French dish Ratatouille.  More info

Brunel De La Gardine Côtes du Rhône 2016
$14.51

Burn Cottage Moonlight Race 2014

75cl, 13.5%
Burn Cottage

A truly delightful Central Otago Pinot Noir from one of the region's top producers. As a side note, our Sam says he once took part in a "Burn Cottage Moonlight Race" in an undisclosed West Country…  More info

Burn Cottage Moonlight Race 2014
$35.48

Charles Melton Nine Popes 2015

75cl, 14.5%
Charles Melton

A big, robust Australian red wine from Charles Melton's Nine Popes series. A combination of Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvèdre, along with two years of maturation in French oak, has resulted in oodles of…  More info

Charles Melton Nine Popes 2015
$49.47

Chateau Bernadotte 2009

75cl, 13.5%
Chateau Bernadotte

Here we have a 2009 Chateau Bernadotte, which gets its name from Bernadotte, Marshal of the Empire, former King of Sweden. It was made from hand picked grapes and was aged in 30% new French oak…  More info

Chateau Bernadotte 2009
$32.25

Chateau Musar Red 1999

75cl, 14%
Chateau Musar

An impressive red Lebanese wine from Château Musar, made with a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Cinsault grapes. This is the 1999 vintage, so right now it should be absolutely perfect…  More info

Chateau Musar Red 1999
$43.01

Château Artigues Arnaud 2010

75cl, 13%
Château Artigues Arnaud

A juicy, powerful red from the Pauillac appellation of Bordeaux, produced by Château Artigues Arnaud. The 2010 vintage is made using 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot, and it should cellar well...  More info

Château Artigues Arnaud 2010
$26.85

Château Cantemerle Les Allées de Cantemerle 2011

75cl, 13%
Château Cantemerle

The second wine of Château Cantermerle, a classic property in the Haut Medoc, and classified as a Fifth Growth in 1855. Predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon with a splash of Merlot, this is lovely now,…  More info

Château Cantemerle Les Allées de Cantemerle 2011
$26.90

Château Des Tours Brouilly 2016

75cl, 13%
Château Des Tours

Beaujolais has long been well-loved, but very recently there seems to have been a massive outcry for more beautiful Beaujolais wine - who are we to deny the public?! We were very happy to have the…  More info

Château Des Tours Brouilly 2016
$16.14

Château la Bastide Syrah 2016

75cl, 14.5%
Château La Bastide

A Bastide is not something that you call someone when they run into the back of your car. It is, in fact, a fortified town of the sort that you get all over the southern and south-western France.…  More info

Château la Bastide Syrah 2016
$11.07

Château La Tour de By Médoc 2012

75cl, 13%
Château La Tour de By

Superb 2012 vintage French red wine from Château La Tour de By, made with a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. A name that dates back hundreds of years in the wine world, La…  More info

Château La Tour de By Médoc 2012
$22.09

Château La Tour de Mons Marquis de Mons 2014

75cl, 13.5%
Château La Tour de Mons

From the Château La Tour de Mons winery comes the 2014 vintage of the Marquis de Mons, created using Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot grapes harvested from vineyards in Margaux.  More info

Château La Tour de Mons Marquis de Mons 2014
$27.93

Château Noaillac Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2011

75cl, 13%
Château Noaillac

A 2011 vintage wine from Château Noaillac, located on the well-known Médoc peninsula in Bordeaux – home to some of the world's most prestigious wineries.  More info

Château Noaillac Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2011
$16.10

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