Our Red Wines by Category


Red wine is usually made from dark-coloured grape varieties. The actual colour of the wine can range from intense violet, typical of young wines, through to brick red for mature wines and brown for older red wines. The earliest production of red wine, using the fermentation process seems to have occurred around 6000BC, principally in Georgia (in the Caucasus region between Europe and Asia) and in Iran.

Cabernet Red Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon Red Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world's most widely recognized red wine grape varieties from France. just about any meat, especially if it's fatty. A Cabernet Sauvignon would be delicious with a burger, short rib, or lamb.
Cuvée Red Wines

Cuvée Red Wines

Cuvée Wines have a very long tradition. It belongs to the highly valued wines, which are among the top wines. The term cuvée is understood as a mixture of different varieties of wine in this case. It is Ideal with red meat, spicy cuisines, or duck, etc.
Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir Red Wines

Pinot noir is a French red wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera. The name may also refer to wines created predominantly from Pinot Noir grapes - French words for pinot (pine)  and noir (black). It is delicious with sushi or salmon. 
Merlot Red Wines Exclusive

Merlot Red Wines

Merlot is the second-most planted grape, and it's a great entry point for someone trying to get into red wine. It is really "easy" to drink i.e. it's fruity and yummy and won't make your mouth pucker up with tannins. Drink with poultry like duck or chicken.
Malbec Red Wines

Malbec Red Wines

Though it's French in origin, most of the world's Malbec is now produced in Argentina as shown in most labels. It's another easy-drinking wine and crowd-pleaser. Delicious with leaner meats like flank steak, or spicier food like Mexican or Indian.
Syraz/Shiraz Red Wines

Syrah/Shiraz Red Wines

Called Syrah in France and other European countries, and Shiraz in Australia, etc, this wine is just plain fun to sip on. Delicious with a charcuterie plate, because it'll play off all the salt and spice and subtle flavors in the cheese and meats.





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