Red wines are made from the juice and skin of black grapes. They range in colour from intense violet to brick red and brown for older red wines. The main grape varieties used to make red wine are shiraz, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, pinot noir, zinfandel, sangiovese and barbera.
Full-bodiedharmonic taste, garnet red colour, amply structured and long on the palate
An intenseversion of straight Beaujolais. Fresh and forward with soft strawberry and cherry notes. Well balanced and supple.
A lovely mature Beaune blended from different sites throughout the commune, including a portion from 1er Cru vineyards, smooth and seamless with a rich savoury character and a long, satisfying finish.
After agingin oak barrels of different sizes for at least 2 years it refines in bottle for 5 to 6 months. It is most appreciated for its intense ruby red colour with slight garnit reflections, it is intense and persistent in the nose with hints of durmast, elegant and austere in the mouth.
The noseof this wine is dominated by rich spicy cherry notes. Soft, spicy, very pleasant to drink. A great value for money wine.
A deep burgundy colour with a nose of mature fruits, plums, cherries, figs, cinnamon and cloves. The aromas follow through to a palate full of rich black and red fruits, plums and damsons dominate with pomegranate, baked cherries and Christmas spices. An intensely concentrated powerful vintage with fine smooth tannins and a spicy, warming finish.
Intense red fruit aromas are offest by delicate notes of vanilla and chocolate. Pleasantly lingering with a fresh, vibrant feel in the mouth.
This winehas a dry yet rounded flavour, fresh and cheeky. It has a intense fragrance and a persistent nose with and a ruby red colour.
Good everyday drinking claret that does what it promises.
Errazuriz have long helped define the style for Chilean Merlot; it is full-bodied, generous and richly fruity with succulent blueberry and plum characters together with delicate savoury notes of coffee, chocolate and toasty oak, extremely stylish easy drinking.
An ample with a good tannic structure originating from the Fronsac appellation, the wine of Château Faure-Beausejour has benefited from exceptional conditions of evolution : a rich soil, maximum exposure to the sun, manual harvesting and a careful vinification and maturation process
Red dry wine with a rich berry-fruit aroma and a soft full palate. Ideal with red meat dishes, and casserole food.
An easy drinking ruby-red wine with a soft and persistent aroma, a delicate and pleasant bouquet of young wood and a rounded velvety flavour.
A subtle and well made wine; fruit, acidity and tannin are in harmony, and altogether a rather morish glass of wine.
This is an extremely complete wine: its freshness and aromatic purity bring an additional touch of brilliance to its velvety richness. Its superbly delicate nose, the savory balance it presents in the mouth and its intense finale all contribute to making this wine a perfect expression of the Kirwan terroir. In addition to the indulgent quality of its remarkable fruit, it offers great aging potential.
Amazing value for a wine from the Margaux commune. Enticing and perfumed nose, with ripe tannins supporting a rich blackberry and black cherry palate.
With blackfruits on the nose, full bodied and silky, dense and pleasant tannins. You can enjoy it now with red meats. In the same range, you may also taste Private Reserve Margaux, Graves, Saint-Emilion and Saint Julien.
This is amedium bodied wine with intense flavours of crushed black fruit, cassis, vanilla and dark chocolate. The tannins are very soft and silky with fresh acidity and a focused, linear flavour profile. The wine has a persistent and long lasting finish.
Warm mocha notes with late summer berries combine with richer flavours of spice and tobacco. Well integrated tannins and fleshy fruit.
It has a very bright and deep ruby-red colour. It is delicate and true to type with notes of forest-floor, peppery spices and wood-smoke. It is big and generous, with an excellent body of noble tanins and fine new oakiness.