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From everyday drinking wines to fine Bordeaux's and Burgundy's, you can
choose from the vast selection of red wines brought to you from all over the world.These include popular wines from all the top regions of France, but there are also some lesser known little gems to try.With a taste and style to suit every palate we're sure you'll find a wine that's just right for you.
The wine-making region in Argentina ranges between the 22° and 42° South latitude. It spreads at the foothills of the Andean Mountain Range along over 2,400 km., from the Province of Salta to the Province of Río Negro, with a variety of climates and soils that makes each region a unique land.
Malbec, Santa Florentina
Australia could be described as the perfect wine producing country. With a land mass as great as the United States or western Europe, providing generations of winemakers with a diverse climate from cool to warm and a wide variety of soil types. These natural advantages have been enhanced by the irrepressible free-spirited character of the Australian people. This energetic approach to life has led Australian winemakers to work beyond the great traditions of winemaking to create delicious wines of stunning quality and diversity.
Berton Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Metal Label
Chile have been producing great wine for a long time and in recent years there has been a huge increase in demand for wines from this thin strip of a country. Maule is Chile’s largest producing valley, with 43% of the country’s total planted area.
Merlot Reserva, Hugo Casanova Estate
French wine is considered by many to be the best wine in the world which is why we specialise in supplying quality wines from almost every region.
Chateau Bacchus de Viaud, Cotes de Bourg
Even considering the roughly 8 billion bottles of wine it produces each year, the country manages to stay true to wine styles that go back four thousand years. As a result, Italy not only has more local grape varieties than any other country, but it also has some of the most distinctive wines on Earth.
Barolo, Villa Casetta
In antiquity, wine was exported from the Lebanese ports of Byblos, Tyre and Saida with Egypt being their first regular customer. Evidence of this may still be seen today in countless Egyptian inscriptions and paintings.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Heritage
New Zealand has long been famed for its stunning, unspoiled landscape. Equal to the international acclaim for its beauty is that for its fine wines. Climate, geography and human skill have combined to produce highly distinctive, premium quality wines, which are (the riches of a clean, green land.)
Mission Estate Gimblett Gravels Reserve Merlot
The wines of Portugal are a legacy inherited from the Romans, subsequently nurtured and developed by the Portuguese. For centuries, vineyards have flourished throughout the country, covering 9811,400 acres, with an average annual production of 112 million cases.
2012 LBV Port, Messias
With its almost perfect Mediterranean climate, cooling winds and rain usually concentrated in winter, the Cape has perfect conditions for producing great wines.
Juno Cape Maidens Fairtrade Pinotage
Spain is a world class producer of wines, both in quality and quantity. Better known are the quality reds from Rioja and Ribera del Duero, reds and whites from Penedés, fine whites from Rueda, "sherries" from Jerez, and a fine sparkling wine known as cava.
Rioja Gran Reserva, Bodegas Carlos Serres
In the United States wine is produced commercially in all fifty states including Hawaii and Alaska, however the majority of wine is produced in California. If California, which accounts for about 90% of American wine production, were a country, it would be the fourth largest producer of wine in the world. Nevertheless, this percentage is relatively recent and slowly eroding; major production also occurs in Oregon, Washington State, and New York State.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Gold Country, California