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Rich, velvety Gold medal Bordeaux
La Chapelle de Bordeaux 2014, Bordeaux AOC
Luxurious, plummy Merlot-based Gold-medal winner from Entre Deux Mers – a velvety fruit-rich style made by winemaker Jean-Marc Sauboua who trained at the legendary First Growth Chateau Haut-Brion!
Luscious old vine Rioja
Bujanda Garnacha 2013, Rioja DOCa
A potent, black-fruited Grenache from one of the greatest names in Spain’s famous Rioja region. Made with full-flavoured fruit from old vines, it’s a rich, intense, mouthcoating red, laden with dark fruit and exotic pepper and spice notes.
Silky, fruit-driven red from northen Italy
Manera Barbera 2014, Piemonte DOC
This elegant, fruit-driven red comes from the town of Castel Boglione, in northern Italy’s mountainous Piedmont region. Silky smooth, it shows off the Barbera grape’s lovely cherry flavours in all its glory. Sensational with local dishes like pasta with duck ragu.
Deep, dark Primitivo from sun-drenched Southern Italy
Pillastro Primitivo 2014, Puglia
Pillastro is one of our bestselling Italian reds – our customers love all that richness, warmth and bold, ripe fruit. It’s made from Primitivo (also known as Zinfandel), a prized variety of Puglia which turns out deep, rich wines.
Stunning Gold medal Portuguese blend
Brigando Shiraz Tinta Roriz Touriga Nacional 2014, Portugal
A vibrant Gold medal red from legendary José Neiva. “The Portuguese wine revolution wouldn’t have happened without him” (Tim Atkin MW). His intense, complex triplebarrelled blend is a true wine adventurer’s treat.
Powerful Spanish red, winner of TWO Golds!
Monasterio de Santa Cruz 2014, Tarragona DO
Intense and weighty red made with old bush vine Monastrell (aka Mataro or Mourvèdre) from vineyards in Tarragona and Jumilla, and a familyowned winery that dates back to 1898!
TWICE Gold winning French red
Combe de Caramany 2013, Côtes du Roussillon-Villages AOP 3 FREE BOTTLES
Only a tenth of Roussillon wines are entitled to be called ‘Villages’ and of these, only four are allowed to add the name of the village – in this case Caramany. A seductive, spicy drop full of southern French warmth, and winner of TWO Gold!