Red - Full & round

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  • Aglianico Beneventano, Bellamico

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    From vineyards in the Benevento region of Campania, Aglianico is one of the higher-quality red-wine grapes found in southern Italy. Greek in origin it has been grown in Italy since the time of the ancient Romans. It is thought to have been planted in this region as early as the seventh century BC. It flourishes in volcanic soil of which there is no shortage around Naples. It is a late ripening grape usually harvested in October or early November.

    If you're a fan of rustic, earth-driven wines you'll love this. Quite full bodied, it has a great balance with subtle fruit flavours and earthy, tarry and chocolate characteristics. Learn More

  • Piemonte Dolcetto Merlot, Rocca Estate

    This velvety smooth red wine by Angelo Rocca merges the old Piedmont grape variety, Dolcetto, to a relative newcomer in the area, Merlot. The result is a new, soft and round style with fruit and red berries with hints of spices and balanced acidity. Learn More
  • Domaine Tradition Buzet

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    Tradition is a fruity and generous red wine, revealing the typicity of the terroir of the Buzet appellation. Its name pays tribute to the winemakers of Buzet who have passed on their know-how from generation to generation.

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  • Chateau Etang des Colombes Corbieres Vieilles Vignes

    An excellent colour, this wine shows a full, spicy-fruity nose, and a creamy, clean, soft palate with hints of cherries, raspberries, and vanilla. Aged in oak for eight months. Learn More
  • Primitivo di Manduria, Matteo Rocca

    Produced from Primitivo grapes from old vines cultivated in the Manduria area (Apuglia Region - Southern Italy). After 18 months ageing in big oak barrels before bottling it's bouquet is rich and complex, with pleasant ripened fruits like blackberry and cherry, licorice and spice notes. Full bodied in taste, velvety, supple with good persistence. Goes well with seasoned and tasty cheese, game and chocolate desserts. Learn More
  • Baron d'Ardeuil, Buzet

    Baron d'Ardeuil was a lieutenant of Joan of Arc, a native of Buzet who has given his name to a cuvée des vignerons de Buzet, which combines old vines of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

    During the harvest, a rigorous selection is made to keep only the ripest fruit, these are then the object of a very extractive vinification, to obtain the finest tannins while preserving the fruitiness of the grapes. Two thirds of the cuvée are finally aged in oak barrels, the last third being in stainless steel vats.

    This wine offers notes of very ripe black fruits highlighted by toasted and vanilla notes. With its powerful and tannic mouthfeel, it is a wine to decant several hours before serving and which will be able to flourish a few years in cellar.

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  • Domaine Lafond Lirac Roc-Epine

    Domaine Lafond, an award winning producer, manually harvests and hand selects the grapes to ensure the highest quality and careful management of the vines. The grapes are vatted for an extended period to obtain soft tannins, then in order to soften the tannins, the wine is put in new barrels for 3 to 4 months.

    Roc Epine red is a powerful and robust wine, it offers a complex nose of cinnamon, cooked fruits and morello cherries. While the palate expresses vanilla and peppers which persist until the final. It is a supple and rich wine with a very good length.

    Great paired with charcuterie, red meats, game and cheeses.

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  • Chateau Court Les Muts Cotes de Bergerac

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    This wine cannot conceal the fact that it was matured in oak. The colour is dark and very rich, aromas of red pepper and blackcurrants buds. The well-filled palate reveals a lot of fruit, but also a considerable amount of good tannin. Keep it if you can! Learn More
  • Berton Vineyards Reserve Barossa Shiraz

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    Barossa Shiraz is the benchmark for Australian red wines with the most famous of them, Penfolds Grange, using the large proportions of the variety from this area.

    The Berton Reserve Shiraz is the darkest red but with a youthful and vibrant garnet hue. The aromas are powerful and complex with a wealth of fruit ranging from ripe black cherries and blackberries with hints of eucalyptus and spice. The rich and full palate displays soft flavours of plums, mulberry and hints of vanilla and blackberry, underpinned by vanillin oak and defined by exciting spicy tannins.

    A fragrant bouquet of creamy Christmas cake leads into a multi-faceted palate of black fruit, prune, spice and a savoury undercurrent with affably dry, chalky notes. Bursting with quality. Decanter Best Value Red Rhone Varietals (2015 vintage)

     

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  • Mission Estate Central Otago Reserve Pinot Noir

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    This excellent Pinot Noir is deep garnet in colour and has a lovely nose dominated by dark cherry and violets. The palate is full of rich, yet subtle red and black berry fruits with layers of complexity enhanced by fine tannins. The wine displays an elegance and power, which lingers long on the aftertaste. Learn More
  • Mission Estate Gimblett Gravels Reserve Merlot

    This Hawke’s Bay Gimblett Gravels Reserve Merlot is deliciously rich and complex. The nose is typical Merlot with subtle and unobtrusive oak while the front palate is intense with very good tannins. A harmonious wine showing balance and softness that only comes from top quality fruit. You can tell that the winemakers are passionate about their work!

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  • Sant Antimo, Vino dei Poeti, Bottega

    Sant'Antimo Rosso DOC is produced in the area of Castelnuovo dell'Abate, considered by major wine experts, the most suited for the production of wine in the whole Montalcino area. A full bodied wine with pronounced fruit taste with a persistent flavour. Learn More

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