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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  • St Veronica Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Mendoza

    Fine example of top Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignon red wine, which happens to be great value too. That's down to some fine Mendoza vineyards, and the fact it's made by one of Argentina's best wineries, Zuccardi. Great grapes, pedigree, meticulous winemaking, and you've a South American wine classic Read More.

    £8.99
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  • Château Pomeys Cru Bourgeois Moulis en Médoc, 2014

    This is a smooth wine full of black fruits and with a backdrop of fine tannins. It has a rich juicy character from the black plum and berry fruits along with bright acidity. The wine, a blend of 55% Merlot and 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, will develop relatively quickly. 88 points Wine Enthusiast

    Cherry and plum-cake nose, then a rich palate with rather fine tannins and a long finish. Drink or hold. 90 points James Suckling Read More.

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  • Château Peyredon Lagravette Cru Bourgeois Haut Médoc, 2015

    Good cassis character from the dominant Cabernet; lots of personality and a firm finish. 88 points Steven Spurrier, Decanter

    This elegant wine is rich, with lightly structured black fruits that reveal the generosity of the vintage and also the ageing potential. Powered by the juicy black-currant fruit of the Cabernet Sauvignon, this is a wine to age. 90 points Wine Enthusiast Read More.

    £23.50
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