Everyday Red Tasting Case


Tasting Notes

Our case selection below contains 2 bottles of each of the wines listed.

Our mixed cases like below are exempt from our current £150.00 minimum order. If you wish to mix and match the selection of wines yourself then our minimum order is £150.

Expected delivery time is currently 2-3 working days.

Boutinot, Pasquiers Grenache Noir Vin De Pays d'Oc 2018, France

A supple Grenache from the Languedoc with plenty of attractive red fruit and blackberry flavours along with a little whiff of white pepper. A great (Zoom-)party wine but one that also copes well with a wide range of food - simple pasta dishes and roast chicken.

Domaine Les Roches Bleues, Brouilly Le Cru du Volcan 2018, France

This delight is grown on the bluey-purple soils of Mont Brouilly in Beaujolais. It has a super-fruity nose, with raspberry spiked fruit, red cherry and an earthy edge. Juicy and light on its feet. A classic Brouilly.

El Petit Bonhomme Tinto 2018, Spain

A blend of Monastrell, Garnacha and Syrah. The winemaker is Canadian but she makes her wines in the Juan Gil winery in Jumilla, near Valencia. A full-bodied, fruit-driven and smooth style with plenty of silky tannin. Very easy drinking despite its power. It can easily pair with a nice Sunday roast as well as some rich cottage pie.

Il Cascinone, Crocera Barbera d'Asti Superiore 2017, Italy

This Barbera from Piedmont is a perfect fresh juicy red but also over-delivers on everything else from seductive spicy notes to a charming chocolate and cherry combination. Classic barrique-aged Barbera from 6 hectares of vines on the ‘Il Cascinone’ estate. Try it with some mushroom pappardelle.

Cantina Paolini, Baccaria Frappato 2018, Italy

A light-bodied, easy-drinking Sicilian red. This is an aromatic wine somewhat reminiscent of a Beaujolais but with a distinctive southern Italian charm. Low in alcohol, super smashable.

Boutinot, Pablo Y Walter Malbec Mendoza 2019, Argentina

This Malbec from Mendoza is brim-full of fresh blackberry, cassis and red fruit. With only 10% of it given some oak ageing just to add a bit more complexity. The fruit comes from Lujan de Cuyo and has that super-refreshing juiciness that high altitude vineyards bring. It’s immensely gluggable!

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