**The selection for this case has slightly changed due to stock availability.
Welcome to our Summer Bin End SALE! Once again we have a lot of small parcels left over from earlier offers that have been massively reduced to clear. Want a case? You’ll have to be quick! Our customers look forward to these sales, and at these amazing prices these deals will disappear in record time. Don’t miss out. Take a look, then put your order in NOW.
Travel the world with 12 International Classic Reds - 15 cases!
Enjoy a tour of star reds from around the world for less than half price! Enjoy DOUBLE Gold-medal Aussie Shiraz, silky NZ Pinot Noir, mouth filling Argentine Malbec, decadent Chilean Carménère, Spanish Rioja, Portuguese Black Reds, Gold-medal Bordeaux – and plenty more.
Remember, this is a clearance sale, which means there are only tiny quantities of these cases available and only available while stock lasts. Don’t miss out.
If you are a fan of our Spanish reds, you will have very likely enjoyed a few wines from David and Victor Manzanos. Their family have been growers for 200 years and winemaking for 125 of those. They have estates both in Rioja and Navarra and reserve some of the most exciting wines for our Buyer Beth.
As Jancis Robinson points out, “Some of the best value in Bordeaux is to be found in wines with a more clear-cut pedigree, wines known quaintly as Crus Bourgeois”. This wine is a good example which comes from Château Roquegrave – a family owned estate with 30 hectares of vineyards planted on a high plateau with a view of the Gironde Estuary.
Every vintage, winemaker Alan Kennett pulls out all the stops to create another sublime ‘Stump’. He combines Australia's two powerhouse grapes – Shiraz and Durif – to make a super-charged black red, packed with ripe velvety fruit layered with spice.
Perhaps it’s the château’s location near St-Emilion that makes this claret so special. Or the know-how of multi medal winner Bruno Dellac. Or the amazing vintage. What’s beyond doubt is this wine’s sheer class, earthy richness and superb ripe fruit.
Wine Spectator calls Portugal “the most exciting wine place on the planet”, with its terrific range of native grape varieties and wines that always offer standout value. The rich, mouthfilling Lobo e Falcão fits firmly in that category. It’s made at a 17th century estate owned by the Lobo de Vasconcellos family, once the location of the king’s falconry. Special barrels of wine were kept for the king when he visited. Today, talented winemaker Joana Lopes makes this red specially for us, blending Syrah with Portugal’s exciting native grapes.