Red Wine

Red Wine
View as List Grid

Items 49-60 of 321

per page
Set Descending Direction
  1. Villa Gracchio Chianti DOCG

    Deep ruby-red in colour, this Chianti tempts the taste buds with aromas of red fruit, jam and menthol notes. On the palate, the wine displays a superbly structured character with bright acidity and a pleasantly savoury finish. Ideal with game, poultry and grilled meats. 

    Learn More
  2. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Armentia Y Madrazo
    100% Tempranillo grapes are aged in French and American oak barrels for 12 months resulting in a wine that has elegant aromas of fresh red fruit with spicy notes and liquorice, accompanied by elegant toasted and smoky flavours. Learn More
  3. Chateau Haut Philippon, Bordeaux
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    Dark garnet with purple reflections, this wine reveals subtle cherry scents on the nose. Warm aromas are found in the rich and long lasting taste that is built on a foundation of firm tannins.

    Learn More
  4. Domaine Bardon Lafollie Pinot Noir

    Roundness, softness, and elegance characterise this refined Pinot Noir. An IGP wine produced in the Loire Valley, the sour cherry nose and light plum coloured appearance make this a very pleasant and satisfying wine. Enjoy with roasted game and mushrooms, or with friends on a warm summer evening.

    Learn More
  5. Bardolino Classico Lenotti Estate
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    Produced from the Corvina and Rondinella grapes which are grown on the East side of Lake Garda. A clear ruby red colour with a delicate aroma, fragrant and mellow, with a dry, pleasant taste.

    Gold Medal: Concorso Enologico Bardolino 2017 (2016 vintage)

    Learn More
  6. Malbec, Santa Florentina

    A classic full-bodied Malbec with an inviting deep garnet shade and excellent brightness and clarity. The attractive colouring is matched by an intense nose that suggests plummy red fruit and nuts. This is then followed by a rounded and silky palate and persistent finish.

    Learn More
  7. Passolo Salento Rosso, Rocca

    Produced from lightly "over-ripened" grapes this is has a rich and complex bouquet featuring cherry, black currants and liquorice on the nose. The concentration is well balanced with very soft tannins and a full, round taste ending in a long finish. The name "Passolo" comes from the Italian word "Passola" which is what some producers call over-ripened grapes.

    Gold Medal: Berliner Weine Trophy 2016

    Learn More
  8. Primitivo Salento, IGT, Rocca Estate
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    This Primitivo by Angelo Rocca has an intense ruby red colour with violet tints. On the nose the perfume is concentrated, characteristic of ripened grapes with a hint of cherries and the palate is dry, solid yet deliciously velvety.

    Learn More
  9. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Carlos Serres
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    Carlos Serres Crianza is a great savoury classic from the famous Haro bodegas. It has deliciously tempting aromas including mature red fruit, spices and delicate licorice hints while the palate is complex, well structured, fresh and fruity. Overall the aromas and flavours preserve a perfect balance between its fruity origins and the maturity achieved through ageing (14 months in a combination of american and French oak barrels).

    A perfect match for Mediterranean cuisine such as fried fish or vegetable dishes, rice, pasta, pulses, red and white meats and even cheeses.

    Gold Medal: Berliner Wine Trophy (2013 vintage)

    Learn More
  10. Santo Cristo Rouge, Campo De Borja

    Bodegas Santo Cristo is a thoroughly modern cooperative, situated in a prime position with climate and soils that promote ripe and healthy fruit with aromatic flavour, complexity and structure. This blend, dominated by Tempranillo, has delicious red fruit aromas and hints of ripe fruit, along with notes of spices and wood from the 3 months ageing in oak barrels. In the mouth you’ll find red fruit flavours along with balsamic sensations and toasted notes.

    Learn More
  11. Champs de Gaillard, Bordeaux

    If you like your reds supple, full-bodied and with pronounced fruit - think blackcurrants, small red berries and a touch of violets, then Champs de Gaillard will please both your palate and your bank balance. It's round and juicy and backed up by firm tannins.

    Silver: Los Angeles International Wine Competition (2014 Vintage)

    Learn More
  12. Berton Vineyards, The Black Shiraz Metal Label
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    Possibly Berton Vineyards most popular wine. Full of spicy, yet soft blackcurrant fruit and still holding it's own at 14% alcohol, the wine is actually very approachable. The winemakers source the darkest and most flavoursome Shiraz grapes from premium areas across South Eastern Australia and make a wine that balances fruit and alcohol, but also looks great and is a reasonable price.

    Strong, purple black and intense (hence the name) yet surprisingly soft and easy drinking for such a high alcohol wine – just how Aussie Shiraz should be!

    Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)

    Gold Medal: San Francisco IWC (2015 vintage)

    Bronze Medal: Decanter World Wine Awards (2015 vintage)

    Bronze Medal: International Wine Challenge 2016 (2015 vintage)

    Learn More
View as List Grid

Items 49-60 of 321

per page
Set Descending Direction