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Borsao Garnacha 2018

An easy-drinking, easy-on-the-wallet Garnacha

£ 7.20

Bodegas Obsorne ‘Solaz’ Tempranillo 2019

Great quality, affordable and goes with anything

£ 9.30

Peacock Wild Ferment Stellenbosch Merlot 2019

Ripe and juicy with a bit of oak

£ 9.95

Bottega Vinai Merlot 2017

A fresher Italian Merlot

£ 10.00

Walt Pinot Noir 2019

Fruit and spice and all things nice

£ 10.90

La Masseria Puglia Primitivo 2018

A lighter, more savoury Primitivo

£ 11.90

Bodegas Murviedro Bobal  ‘Sericis’ 2017

A rich red from Valencia

£ 11.99
What are the benefits of a screwcap wine?
  • No chance of cork taint, spoiled or ‘corked’ wine.
  • When wine is corked it means the wine has reacted with a chemical compound called TCA in the cork. It means the wine will taste like vinegar and is pretty nasty.
  • Screwcaps don’t have this problem, so many premium producers are using them now.
  • In Australia only 1 in 100 bottles use cork. Even the most expensive wines now have screwcaps.

Fuentenarro Ribera del Duero 4 Meses 2020

For French red wine lovers looking to mix it up

£ 12.50

Domaine Alain Paret ‘Valvigneyre’ Syrah Côtes du Rhônes 2019

A big, smooth Syrah

£ 14.50

Loi di Monica di Sardegna ‘Nibaru’ 2018

Light and fruity, rarely seen in the UK

£ 14.50

Bodegas Izadi Rioja Reserva 2016

For Rioja lovers who don’t like it too heavy

£ 14.80

Primitivo di Manduria Magnifico Rosso Fuoco 2019

A perfect Primitivo

£ 14.90

Aniello 006 Merlot 2017

Smooth, complex Argentinian Merlot

£ 14.95

Paco Mulero Monastrell 2018

Full of character, a bit like Cabernet Sauvignon

£ 14.99

Allegrini Valpolicella 2019

An easy-drinking red, perfect for a takeaway

£ 15.00

Angulo Innocenti Malbec 2017

A lighter Malbec for those who don’t like it too heavy or sweet

£ 15.00

Bodegas LAN Rioja Reserva 2015

Bold, big and beautiful

£ 15.00

Fog Mountain Merlot 2018

A Californian crowd pleaser

£ 15.00

Juniper Crossing Cabernet Merlot 2014

A high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon that's affordable

£ 15.00

Urbina Rioja Crianza 2012

Smooth Rioja ideal for a Sunday roast

£ 15.00

Cuatro Pasos ‘Black’ Bierzo Mencía 2017

For smooth Spanish red wine lovers

£ 15.90

Finca Villacreces ‘Pruno’ Ribera del Duero 2018

Full bodied, smooth and with oak

£ 16.00

Tetramythos Mavro Kalavrytino Nature 2019

A natural wonder that doesn’t taste natural

£ 16.00

Weingut Niklas OXS Sudtiroler Lagrein 2018

A Lighter Italian Red

£ 16.00

Intellego ‘Kedungu’ 2018

The South African version of a South of France classic

£ 16.95

Azienda Adalia Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore BALT 2018

Dark and rich, loves red meat

£ 17.00

Bera Vittorio Barbera ‘Le Verrane’ 2018

Dangerously moreish

£ 17.00

Château Cambon Beaujolais 2020

The lightest of reds

£ 17.00

Celler Cecilio Black Slate Gratallops 2017 

Smooth operator 

£ 19.50

David Traeger ‘Three Centuries’ Shiraz 2011

One of the Outpour community’s all-time favourites

£ 21.00

Cuvée Papale Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2018

A big, bold red. Not for the faint hearted.

£ 22.00

Laroze de Drouhin Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Côte d’Or 2018

Pinot Noir from the most expensive region. Good news: it’s a realistic price

£ 22.50

Château Mauvesin Barton, Moulis en Médoc 2015

For hefty red wine lovers

£ 23.00

DB Schmitt Frei.Körper.Kultur Rot 2018

Will convert natural wine cynics

£ 23.00

Château des Annereaux Lalande-de-Pomerol 2007

A rare find

£ 23.75

Susana Balbo Signature Malbec 2018

Argentinian Malbec at its pinnacle

£ 24.00

Seghesio Sonoma County  Zinfandel 2018

California dreaming boozy red

£ 24.70

Sepp Muster Zweigelt vom Opok 2015

Natural wine for those who don’t like natural wine

£ 24.90

Wild Earth Central Otago Pinot Noir 2018

From our favourite place in NZ for Pinot Noir

£ 24.90

Bodegas Viñátigos Negramoll 2018

For light red wine lovers

£ 24.95

Domaine les Hautes Cances 'Cuvée Col du Debat’ Cairanne Villages 2015

A powerful but smooth red from the Rhône

£ 24.95

Domaine Parize Givry 1er Cru Grandes Vignes ‘Champ Nalot’ 2020

An elegant, reasonably priced bottle of luxury.

£ 24.99

Podere Sapaio Volpolo Bolgheri Rosso 2016

Super Tuscan

£ 27.50

Tenute Guardasole 'Pio Decimo' Nebbiolo 2018

A deep drink of perfection

£ 30.00

Boroli Barolo Cru Villera 2012

The best of Barolo

£ 93.00


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