New Arrivals

We think one of wine’s greatest appeals is its almost infinite variety. In terms of where it’s made around the world, the differences between grape varieties, and the limitless possibilities this offers the winemaker, no other drink (or food) comes close.

Unsurprisingly, we’ve always got something new up our sleeves; or more likely in our glasses.

A seemingly endless choice of producers and their wines means at Rude Wines we’re constantly looking for the exciting, the new and evaluating our range.

It’s how we manage to select some of the more interesting wines that are out there, and strive to make sure they’re the very best value for money whilst never compromising on quality.

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  • Beso de Vino Garnacha Rosado 2018, Cariñena

    Making some of Spain's best red wines, it's not surprising that Garnacha (aka Grenache) can turn its hand to some smart pinks too - or rosado as they call them. Gorgeous plummy purple in colour, they're ideal year-round wines, with or without something to munch alongside Read More.

    £9.99
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  • Escada Touriga Nacional 2018, Lisboa

    Top 10 Best-Selling Red Wine
    Another fantastic wine from Portugal discovered by Rude Wines. Think blackcurrants and port (without the fortification). Steven
    People's Choice Wine Awards 2019: Winner - Party Central
    This Touriga Nacional from the Lisboa region brings out the grape's fine perfume and great fruit. It's lighter in structure than renditions from elsewhere in Portugal, and will age more quickly. But there's no doubt about its generous fruitiness and immediate drinkability. Wine Enthusiast 90 pts Best Buy Read More.

    £10.99
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  • Waimea Estates Spinyback Sauvignon Blanc 2017, Nelson

    Head over the hills from Marlborough and meet one of the best New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc wines we've come across. As for the name - Waimea Estates are donating from every sale of this wine to help preserve the Tuatara, the world's only remaining link to the dinosaur on Stephen's Island off the coast of Nelson. Read More.

    £11.49
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