We Recommend These 103 Red Wines...

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La Chapelle d'Escurac 2009 Chateau d'Escurac La Chapelle d'Escurac 2009 Chateau d'Escurac
Ripe Bordeaux aromas of blackberry and touch of oak lift out of the glass. Mid weight tannins and grip give roundness and balance to the wine.
£13.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau la Croix de Queynac 2011 Cordier Chateau la Croix de Queynac 2011 Cordier
This very fresh and fruity Bordeaux red offers violet notes, candied red berry aromas, fresh tannins and a juicy taste of blackcurrant and blackberries.
£8.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau le Boscq 2009 Cru Bourgeois Saint Estephe (Half) Chateau le Boscq 2009 Cru Bourgeois Saint Estephe (Half)
Half bottle. This is a pretty, elegant wine, with attractive berry and cherry aromas. It is medium bodied with silky tannins and a long fleshy finish.
£20.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau le Boscq 2007 Cru Bourgeois Saint Estephe Chateau le Boscq 2007 Cru Bourgeois Saint Estephe
Spicy, black currant flavoured offering fine depth It is medium bodied, good mid-palate with silky tannins and a long fleshy finish.
£35.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau de Valois 2008 Pomerol Chateau de Valois 2008 Pomerol
Good deep dark ruby red. Spicy aromatic nose with ripe black fruit character. The palate is dominated by ripe berry fruit characteristics intermingled with spicy new oak.
£26.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau des Gravieres 2008 Graves Collection Prestige (Half) Chateau des Gravieres 2008 Graves Collection Prestige (Half)
Half bottle. Deep garnet-red with a slightly woody and toasted nose and aromas of prunes and liquorice. Fleshy, robust and well-balanced in the mouth with a firm, lengthy finish.
£6.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau des Gravieres 2009 Graves Collection Prestige Chateau des Gravieres 2009 Graves Collection Prestige
Deep garnet-red with a slightly woody and toasted nose and aromas of prunes and liquorice. Fleshy, robust and well-balanced in the mouth with a firm, lengthy finish.
£11.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Trimbach Pinot Noir Reserve 2010 Trimbach Pinot Noir Reserve 2010
The wine is light and herby on the palate with vibrant strawberry and cherry flavours. A classic expression of Alsace Pinot noir, traditionally served chilled.
£14.00 (Red Wine, Alsace, France)

 
Domaine Capmartin 2009 Vieilles Vignes Madiran Domaine Capmartin 2009 Vieilles Vignes Madiran
The Vieilles Vignes is made from equal quantities of Cabernet and Tannat and aged in new oak barrels.
£12.00 (Red Wine, South West France, France)

 
Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse 2006 5eme Cru Classe Pauillac Chateau Grand Puy Ducasse 2006 5eme Cru Classe Pauillac
Exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with gorgeous up-front, sweet, ripe fruit.
£35.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau Orisse du Casse 2005, Saint Emilion Grand Cru Chateau Orisse du Casse 2005, Saint Emilion Grand Cru
A medium bodied, rounded Saint Emillon.
£18.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Prelude a Grand-Puy Ducasse 2008 Pauillac Prelude a Grand-Puy Ducasse 2008 Pauillac
The wine exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with deep cherry and tobacco elegance on the nose.
£20.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)

 
Chateau Talbot 2007 Grand Cru Classe, St Julien Chateau Talbot 2007 Grand Cru Classe, St Julien
Deep ruby in colour. A marvellous array of flavours and aromas, especially blackcurrants, wild berries, leather, herbs, chocolate, vanilla, smoky oak and spices.
£33.00 (Red Wine, Bordeaux, France)