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Introduction to Fine Red Wine Case
A classy claret from a fine vintage, structured but appetising with deep colour and plenty of sweet, brambly fruit. Top-notch Moulis from a property we have followed for over 40 years.
Exceptionally full-bodied Crozes, very black and dense, vibrant with a wealth of vibrant black forest fruit. Made from young vines that responded well to the extraordinary conditions of the vintage, this northern Rhône red is good for early drinking.
Made from a coolish hillside site for this variety in Chile, to emphasize the plum and cedar aspects and avoid jamminess. This is ripe and powerful but also fresh and balanced, and matured for 18 months in barrel to develop aromas and complexity.
Viña Ardanza is aged three years in barrels, then further in bottle, resulting in a graceful, classically styled Rioja that is is smoky and smooth.
100% nebbiolo from the Barolo vineyards in Monforte and Serralunga, aged in old Slavonian oak for 6 to 9 months, this really is a great entry point for this wonderful grape and region of Italy. Hailing too from a stunning vintage, this has classic rose, cherry and tar notes with firm yet approachable tannins and a refreshing finish.
This powerful Portuguese red’s food-friendly structure, rich dark-fruited concentration and fruitcake spice unite to give a powerful, pleasurable glassful. There’s no hurry to drink this velvety victor of our wine Champions tasting, but we’re pleased to confirm it’s in a fantastic place now.