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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  • Sichel "1883" 2018 (no sulfites added), Bordeaux

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    An auspicious year 1883, the same year the owners of Château Angludet and Château Palmer, in the Margaux appellation, set up offices in Bordeaux. This is 100% Merlot with no added sulfites, a wine with a nod to the past made with the winemaking skills of the present. Read More.

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  • Escada Touriga Nacional 2016, Lisboa

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    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.

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  • Claude Michel Pichon Cabernet Franc 2016, Loire

    The red wines of the Loire Valley offer you some of France's true wine bargains. Whilst winemaking's improved massively in recent decades, prices haven't risen too much. So you'll be getting red wines that won't stretch the wallet and are superb value Read More.

    £9.49
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