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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  • Capezzana Barco Reale di Carmignano 2016, Tuscany

    Organic Italian red wine that is as stylish as a Ferrari. It might be the 'baby' from the Capezzana family, but Barco Reale oozes class. Cabernet Sauvignon first got into bed with Sangiovese here way back in the time of the Medicis, in the 1500s. Just a few hundred years before the first 'SuperTuscans' Read More.

    • ADD 3 - SAVE 6% - £15.99 a bottle
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  • La Masseria Primitivo 2017, Puglia

    Nothing primitive about it; that refers to the fact it's an early ripener in Italy's Puglia (the 'heel' bit of the boot). DNA has proved it's the same as Zinfandel, which gives you a clue as to its punchy, fruit-driven nature. Like all Puglian red wines, they're star turns with a whole host of dishes, and very drinkable by themselves Read More.

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  • Poggiotondo Organic Chianti 2017, Tuscany

    Tuscany. Gently rolling hills dotted with Cypress trees, superb olive oil, Steak Florentine, and, inescapably, Chianti. Quite simply an Italian red wine treasure, no winerack should be without it. When it's from the home of a top winemaker like Alberto Antonini, it's terrific Read More.

    • ADD 3 - SAVE 7% - £13.99 a bottle
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