These reds are simply a cut above. The claret is a classic - perfect with a Sunday lunch. Your organic Shiraz is decadently rich... the perfect end-of week treat, while Malbec combines with Cabernet Franc to create the ultimate steak-friendly red
Alc vol:13.00% | Line no:885888 Pey La Tour is in Salleboeuf, 15km east of Bordeaux. Dating back to the 18th century, the vineyards are now owned by Dourthe, and there has been impressive investment in the buildings and vineyards. This wine offers good value and consistency. Without oak influence, it’s soft-textured with bright, juicy fruit flavours. Great with roast beef.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:045811 A deep, opulent ruby-red wine with an aromatic nose and palate, showing intense red berry fruit flavours and a hint of spice. It has a sweet, long finish and, in comparison with an Argentinian Malbec, will taste softly plummier. This has the scale and intensity to work with big flavours, such as chilli con carne.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:098081 Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family-owned wine producer, with a longstanding dedication to sustainable environmental practices. This smooth, ripe, unfined Shiraz spends a couple of months in new American oak hogsheads from the family’s own cooperage. If you enjoy a more restrained, elegant style of Shiraz, give this a try.
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