From the Navarra region, right next to Rioja, this is a deep and rewarding blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, alongside Spanish grapes Garnacha and Graciano. Like Rioja, but with more structure and black fruit flavours. One of our bestselling sub £10 wines - a brilliant all-rounder.
Monte da Ravasqueira
Guarda Rios Tinto, Alentejano, Portugal
A lovely, full bodied and satisfying wine from a blend of regional varieties. From the Aletejano region of southern Portugal, known for its elegant yet powerful wines. Makes a great partner to sausage and lentils, or roasted game birds.
Tenuta il Cascinone
Crocera Barbera d'Asti Superiore
Aromas of intense ripe damson and black cherry with a hint of spice. Ripe and generous on the palate, robust and full-flavoured with intense plum and sour cherry fruit, balanced by tangy, juicy acidity, leading to a moreish finish.
Cloud Factory Pinot Noir
From maritime vineyards in Marlborough’s south easterly extremes in the Blind River Valley. The coastal fruitiness is captured in the breezy finesse of the palate, over the classic cranberry and redcurrant aromas so indicative of Pinot noir. Sufficient body and texture here to be foody but with enough generosity of fruit to be a delicious glass on its own. A lick of oak barrel usage in the winemaking lends a little soothing creaminess to the palate. Made to go with delicate, rich and aromatic food such as duck dim sums, tempura fried vegetables and oriental salads.
Looking for a fantastic everyday red? Look no more. Made in Verona from a blend of 40% Corvina, 20% Rondinella, (as found in Valpolicella) 30% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon (as found in Bordeaux), this cracker of a red delivers the best of both worlds. Packed with black and red cherry, dried plum and silky blackberry flavours. Unoaked, maintaining purity of flavour, with some dried grapes added to the mix (like Ripasso) bringing richness. Trastullo is an archaic Italian word that means something which gives you enjoyment. By name, by nature. Enjoy!
Il Folle Nero d'Avola, Sicily. ORGANIC
A gorgeous, medium-bodied Nero d'Avola, bursting with blackberry liqueur and vanilla aromatics, alongside rustic hedgerow fruits and smokey undertones. Bold and sunny - like the Sicilians themselves.
El infiernillo Pinot Noir, Single Vineyard. Maule, Chile
Single vineyard Pinot noir from the high, cool Maule D.O in Chile. We couldn't believe the value of this wine; Pinot this good should surely be more expensive! Warm raspberry fruit profile, complimented by notes of smoke and baking spices from part ageing in new French oak barrel. Old World style - New World prices. Just fabulous.
Le Fou Pinot Noir
An unique take on Pinot Noir from two growers' plantings in the sun drenched vineyards of the Southern Languedoc. ‘Le Fou’ translates as ‘The Madman’, as it has long been thought only a madman would try to produce the perfect Pinot Noir in southern France. Picked at optimum ripeness, balancing phenolics and acidity then cool vinified to enhance the fresh fruit flavours. No oak was used to keep this wine as pure and sensual as possible. Fuller than Pinot Noir from Burgundy, it has a warm, rich nose with aromas of stewed cherries. The palate is nicely balanced with an exciting, savoury bitterness provided by ripe, tasty tannins. Lovely with grilled lamb, cold meats, wild mushroom risotto or home-baked ham.
Viranel Rendezvous Cabernet Franc, Languedoc
Cab franc with a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon. A rush of red fruit on the nose, alongside varietal notes of bell pepper common to Cabernet Franc. Made without oak ageing for primarily young drinking, the red fruit aromas give way to deeper flavours of blackberry with some red licorice, clove and cherry spice, all culminating in a soft and fresh finish.Enjoy a glass or two with a Frencher-than-French steak tartare, or lentil soup with smoked ham. Or pop in the fridge for half an hour for a refreshing aperitif, perhaps with a little Goats cheese. Salud!
Pablo y Walter Malbec, Mendoza
Unoaked and fruit-forward, this is all about celebrating the juicy freshness of the wonderful Malbec grape. Bluberries, damsons, cherries and violets abound in this easy-going, lovely wine. With supple tannins, medium body and good natural acidity that keeps the palate fresh and moresih. A perfect midweek wine that will compliment many food pairings.
Weingut Sepp Moser Classic Zweigelt ORGANIC
Distinctive black cherry notes, with herbal and subtle tobacco aromas. Vibrant in acidity but well balanced. Light and juicy in texture with supple tannins and a sour cherry twist on the finish.
Chapeau Melon Rouge, Loire
A summery blend of Gamay and Pinot noir, comparable to a great Beaujolais Villages, but without any of the ‘bubblegum’ notes those wines sometimes suggest. Fresh like the seaside, unctuous and juicy, with elegance and depth by the bucket-and-spade full.
Ontanon Rioja ORGANIC
Produced from 57ha of low-yielding organic vineyards, Ontañón make 300 barrels dedicated to organic wines. Harmonious and elegant, this is everything modern Rioja should be. Deep and concentrated but with a refreshing lightness on the palate. A touch of smokiness that leads to a long and moreish finish.
Marius Red, Pays d'Oc
Michel Chapoutier's homage to his grand father. Syrah and Grenache blend.Grown in the South of France but unmistakenly the work of a man from the Rhone! A great party red - one of top selling wines.
Alabastro Alentejano, Portugal
Lifted aromas of blackcurrant and blueberries. The palate is bright and well-defined with layers of black cherry, plum and dark spice, over ripe tannins and real depth from light oaking.
Percheron Shiraz Mouverdre, Western Cape
Percheron is a French breed of workhorse, and this is our "workhorse" red. It is a real stalwart and hugely popular. Medium bodied, full of red fruit flavours and oh so clean on the palate. Tremendous value.
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