Fancy a nice glass of red? Then look no further! Whether you want fresh and juicy, smooth and rich, big and powerful, or famously elegant from the world's fine wine hotspots, you're sure to find something to suit your taste and budget from our award-winning cellars.
2 x Rioja Vega, Semi Crianza
The origins of Rioja Vega go back to 1882 when Don Felipe Ugalde established a bodega bearing his name in Haro. In 1948 the bodega joined with Bodegas Muerza through marriage and the name disappeared. In 1983 it was acquired by the Group Principe de Viana who put significant investment in and a new brand Rioja Vega was born in January 2001. The new winery is located in the town of Viana, 10 km south-east of Logroño. The goal is to produce high quality grapes from low yields in modern surroundings. They use the best wine making techniques and know how to cement the Brand as one of the Leading Riojas in the Market.
2 x Di Camillo Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy Abruzzo, Italy
Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Giuseppe di Camillo manages the family business Di Camillo Vini, which was founded in 1900 by his family in Abruzzo. Over the years, the di Camillo family bought more and more vineyards in the best areas around Poggiofiorito. Giuseppe di Camillo skillfully combines tradition with the most modern technologies, which gives him his charming wines with the unbeatable price-quality ratio. Giuseppe di Camillo is the fourth generation of the now 100 years old winery Di Camillo Vini, which offers absolutely excellent wines! What began as a small winery with a few wines has grown into a real top-class estate over the four generations. This montepulciano is a fruit driven flagship wine from the estate. Served in Oliver Dunnes Michaelin Restaurant Bon Appetit Malahide, Co Dublin.Intense ruby red wine with layers of dark autumn fruits - damsons and blackcurrants with an underlay of sweet spice. An all round delicious wine, great with food, Italian food preferably!
2 x Mc Kenna Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Central Valley, Chile
There is a strong Irish link for Irish wine lovers to get their teeth into here.Originating from Monaghan town, was the second most famous Irishman in the history of Chile, one John McKenna born in Clogher Co. Tyrone in 1771. He was an ancestor of the owners of Vina Undurraga. Currently another ancestor of his is the Chilean ambassador to Ireland, one Cecilia McKenna.
Hugely attractive wine with soft, mellow and very ripe mouth-filling black summer fruits. Easy drinking with a very pleasant flavoursome finish. Suits all tastes so brilliant for a party.
2 x Cante Merle Merlot/Syrah
Carignan / Syrah / Grenache / Merlot
Delicious fruity yet concentrated red wine full of upfront ripe juicy berry fruits, an abundance of damson, cherries and spicy bramble flavours. A very approachable easy drinking style wine to suit all palates.
2 x Aloe Tree Shiraz
Western Cape, South Africa
Aloe Tree Shiraz is a juicy, vibrant Shiraz with ripe blackberry and cherry fruit and a spicy, smoky finish.
Aloe Tree is an exciting project sourcing wines from the Paarl region of South Africa through Simonsvlei winery. The fruit for Aloe Tree hails from the increasingly fashionable west coast of the Cape. Cool nights and sea breezes combine to extend the growing season, resulting in perfectly balanced, ripe grapes. The iconic Aloe Tree image is sure to be familiar to anyone who has travelled widely through the Cape and is an important part of the biodiversity which South Africa is famous for. The characteristic silhouette provides a backdrop to one of the most spectacular wine regions in the world where wines grow in harmony with the thousands of plant species that make up the Cape Floral Kingdom.
2 x Castillo del Moro Tempranillo
La Mancha, Spain
Castillo del Moro wines are sourced from one of the most advanced bodegas in La Mancha and they combine the traditional varieties of the region with international varieties such as Sauvignon and Syrah. Castillo del Moro represents the very best of modern Spanish winemaking but draws on a tradition that goes back centuries; the result is exceptional value for money and huge drinkability. Irish Master of Wine Fergal Tynan owns and produces both of these Castillo del Moro Wines. Both have won International Silver medals at the International Wine Challenge. Fergal oversees the winemaking at Castillo del Moro and is one of only 8 masters of wine to come out of Ireland.Light, fresh red with bursting fruits. It is great with food and cheese with excellent weight.
Total RRP: €157
Mixed Case Price: €125.00
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*From time to time vintages/wines may become unavailable, it is rare but in this instance we will replace the wine with a similar wine of equal or greater value.