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Other Red Varieties

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  • Amelia Park Cabernet Merlot 2013

    Amelia Park Cabernet Merlot 2013

    A great follow up to the award winning 2012!
    $24.99
  • Atlas The Spaniard 2015

    Atlas The Spaniard 2015

    A complex wine made of Matro, Tempranillo and Grenache.
    $25.00
  • Badenhorst Secateurs Red Blend 2013

    Badenhorst Secateurs Red Blend 2013

    It is very approachable toward the finish: a satisfying Swartland red that is so drinkable that you almost miss its complexity. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
    $26.95
  • Battle of Bosworth Touriga Nacional 2015

    Battle of Bosworth Touriga Nacional 2015

    “It's perky and really good to drink. All blue fruit, spice and intrigue on the finish. Super value” Gary Walsh
    $29.80
  • Bleasdale Generations Malbec 2014

    Bleasdale Generations Malbec 2014

    Gold medal at Six Nations Wine Challenge, beating Argentina's best!
    $24.85
  • Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2015

    Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec 2015

    Medium to full bodied the palate is full of juicy vibrant fruit with ripe dark cherry, liquorice and dark plum flavours bouncing off some earthy vanillin cedar and a spicy finish.
    $16.50
  • Borgo Salcetino Rossole Chianti 2013

    Borgo Salcetino Rossole Chianti 2013

    ''Complex, lovely depth, smooth, elegant, succulent, beautiful drinking.''
    $24.75
  • Braccesca Rosso di Montepulciano 2015

    Braccesca Rosso di Montepulciano 2015

    Spice and herbaceous notes, finely-grained tannic structure, Iconic Italian Producer
    $24.75
  • Caillard Mataro 2013

    Caillard Mataro 2013

    "This is a very fine release, perhaps my favourite yet...Hard not to love." Garry Walsh
    $49.95
  • Castano Solanera Vinas Viejas 2013

    Castano Solanera Vinas Viejas 2013

    ROBERT PARKER'S BEST VALUE RED OF 2015
    $31.00
  • Castello di Querceto Chianti 2015

    Castello di Querceto Chianti 2015

    This full-bodied red wine is mostly made from the Sangiovese grape with a splash of Canaiolo grapes. Lovely long finish on this DOCG designated wine.” Natalie Maclean
    $19.99
  • Chalk Hill Barbera 2014

    Chalk Hill Barbera 2014

    ''When it comes to Italian varieties grown here — call them alternative or emerging if you wish — one of the least lauded or popular, Barbera, actually might be one of the better suited “new Australians”. It smells of earth, bush florals and leafy trees before its tart cherry/mulberry fruit spectrum crunches its way into the mouth.'' Tony Love
    $25.00