Roos Estate Pinotage, South Africa £18.50
Smooth damson, black cherry and liquorice flavours and a spicy lift on the finish.
Malbec Para Dos, Argentina £20.50
Fruity, black cherries and blackberries are combined with sweet vanilla spice and nutty aromas to provide a complex nose.
Los Pastor Merlot, Chile, £20.50
Soft and fruity with plenty of succulent berry flavours, pleasing hint of spice typical of this user-friendly grape variety.
Rioja Crianza Florentino Martinez, Spain £23.00
Medium bodied red from Spain’s most famous region, with a touch of gentle oak.
The Crossing Pinot Noir, New Zealand £28.50
A superb wine, crafted only from estate grown grapes. Lifted aromas of plums and violets, some forest floor nuances, and dark ripe cherry flavours.
Auction House Shiraz, Australlia £18.90
A robust wine that is rich and generous, yet smooth on the palate. Black cherry and plum characters, balanced by soft oak.
Lussac St Emilion, Chateau de Tableau, France £27.90
Owned by Bessou family since 1850, and they are still harvesting and bottling themselves to this day. A superb blend of 75% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Fleurie La Madone, France £27.50
Lovely soft and juicy fruit on the palate, with elegance and finesse, just what good Beaujolais should be.
Emiliana Adobe Reserva Cabernet sauvignon, Chile £26.50
Organic. The aroma includes bright plum and spice, balanced with toasted notes of wood. The palate has appealing blackcurrant elements, well structured tannins, and a lasting cherry stone persistence.
Chateauneuf du Pape Domaine du Pere Caboche, France £42.50
All 13 permitted grape varieties have been precisely and skilfully blended by the former Mayor of Chateauneuf.