Red Wine

Red is the colour of love, and real food lovers tend to have a nose for red wines too. The names of grapes remind us of good times and close friends: Cabernet Sauvignon; Shiraz; Pinot Noir; Zinfandel. But we don’t care whether they’re Old or New World. If they’re grown and made with patience, timing, quality and care, if they pass our scrutiny, they’ll make it into our cases for your pleasure.

So whether you’re looking for something comfy to go with dinner or a sensational masterpiece to share with someone special, we’re here to help you in your quest for the perfect red wine.

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  • Giant Steps Yarra Valley Syrah 2016, Victoria

    …this is a beautifully poised, medium-bodied red. Aromatic cranberry and red cherry fruits. Succulent and intense. It has a very fine frame, aided by the inclusion of whole-bunch material in the ferment. Drinking exceptionally well now, though it can also be cellared in the short term. Toni Patterson MW, The Real Review Read More.

    £24.50
  • Giant Steps Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2017, Victoria

    Wild yeast open-fermented with 20% whole bunches, matured for 7 months in French oak (10% new), gravity bottled. Very good colour; the intensity of the aromas and flavours unfolding with the first sip stop you in your tracks. The whole bunch component is evident, but not dominant, simply one of many factors in shaping the flavour and texture of this lovely wine. James Halliday, 97pts Read More.

    £24.49

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