International Reds Dozen More beauties from around the world, at a tiny $999 a case. There are top drops from Portugal, Italy, France, Argentina, South Africa, Australia and Spain – including two sumptuous Gran Reservas.
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Las Barracas Gran Reserva 2013 was made at Ramón Roqueta's famed Bodegas in Cataluna, one of the oldest cellars in all of Spain. In fact, the Roquetas' winemaking history goes all the way back to the Middle Ages – 1199, to be exact!
Ultima Edizione started a few years back as a special project from renowned winemaker Filippo Baccalaro, who makes all our bestselling Farnese wines. Based in an ancient castle in Abruzzo, this superb cellar has been named Italy’s ‘Winery of the Year’ three times in a row.
This great value, southern Rhône red is packed with herby black fruit and spice character. If it hailed from any of its neighbouring regions, it would cost a pretty penny. But from the often overlooked Vaucluse, it has a far more pleasing price tag.
Big, spicy, Gold medal Shiraz from a fifth generation family estate in South Africa’s renowned Robertson region. Winemaker Johan Stemmet has brought out all the juicy blackberry and pepper fruit, while oak lends underlying spice. A warming, rich red.
Australia’s answer to Big Reds like El Bombero or XV du Président, The Full Fifteen is a powerful customer favourite boasting pages of 5-Star reviews online. Punnets of strawberry, blackberry and raspberry flavour are miraculously shoehorned into a standard size bottle, while ageing in American oak adds a spicy, toasty finishing touch.
Reserve barrel-aged edition of Opi Malbec from old friend and ace winemaker Opi Sadler. It has all the velvety black fruit we've come to expect of the original, but using grapes from older, higher vineyards, it's deeper, richer and more enticing!
This Reserva was first released last year to mark the centenary of Casa Ermelinda Freitas, Portugal’s most awarded estate. It was such a hit, it sold out in just a few hours. All Vinha do Fava’s fruity flavour, with extra richness and complexity.
Lovers of mature Rioja will recognise the red berry and oak character of this terrific value Gran Reserva gem from Valencia. It’s been wowing wine judges for years and was skilfully crafted by a winery regularly tipped by Spanish wine guide, Peñín.