Another excellent Cabernet/Carmenere blend, this paradox of a wine provides great structure with balance and approachability. Still, I'd love to see it in a couple of years!
A really great value Merlot, this has a lot of jammy plum notes but with more weight and length than many others.
No that's not an administrative error, this really is Pinot Noir for
Possibly the easiest-drinking red you can find for around six quid. 'Nuff said.
One of the finest Pinot Noirs you can get for around ten pounds, this has a great amount of body and fruit to it. The nuances of vanilla and savoury, earthy flavours as well as the well-balanced acidity make it perfect for tagliatelle covered in truffle
Now tellingly labelled 'Syrah' hinting at a more European influence, this is another wonderful wine from Vina Tabali, with delicate black cherry and meaty aromas.
Another very popular Carmenere here - this is concentrated and spicy, and almost bang-on a tenner, making it perfect for Fridays or if you fancy treating yourself on a Tuesday!