CROWD PLEASING REDS
Easy Drinking, Smooth and Moreish reds
£59 (6 bottles)
Meerestein 2018, Swartland, South Africa (Shiraz/Mourvedre)
A Southern Rhone style blend from the hot and dry Swartland region. The nose displays summer pudding, cloves and raspberries. There is a vibrant attack of fresh red fruit on the palate and a long smooth finish. Very popular style.
Mucho Mas 2019, Chile (Merlot)
Gold Medal Winning Merlot at the 2020 Sommelier Wine Awards. Plum, blackcurrant and cranberry aromas burst from the glass. The palate is juicy and fresh with soft red fruits and a hint of green pepper. A really easy drinking Merlot.
Conviviale 2019, Abruzzo, Italy (Montepulciano)
Produced from selected parcels of Montepulciano grapes, from low yielding 30 to 50 year old vines in the Chieti province of Abruzzo. An intense wine with cherry, ripe plum fruit aromas and warm, earthy spice. The palate is smooth with morello cherry, cassis and bramble fruit flavours.
Benjamin 2018, Mendoza, Argentina (Malbec)
This cracking Malbec hails from the Lujan de Cuyo sub-region of Mendoza. Aromas of ripe red fruit, spice and chocolate are met with soft tannins and a smooth, long finish
Borsao Monte Oton 2019, Spain (Garnacha)
Generous aromas of ripe blackberry and plum. Bright bramble fruit and cherry characters on the palate, with supple tannins and balancing acidity. on the mellow finish
Grand Cape 2018, South Africa (Merlot)
Lush, ripe and deep in colour this is plump and smooth Merlot with flavours of brambly fruits and a fine, gently leafy finish.