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La Croix Rouge Coteaux d'Enserune, France 2007
A classic Languedoc red, this has a soft fruity style with cherry and plum notes alongside herby thyme and rosemary flavours. Ripe tannins and just a hint of spice complete the picture.
Argento Malbec, Argentina 2009
The grape variety used to make this wine is Malbec. It makes big, rich and dark wines, and the flavours and aromas here are plums, dark chocolate and blackberries with some spice and pepper as well.
Ceps du Sud Syrah Vin de Pays d’Oc, France 2008
A clean, fresh varietal wine with plenty of fruit character and a touch of Syrah spice.
Valdivieso Merlot, Chile 2008
This is a great example of Chilean Merlot. It has lots of ripe, plummy fruit flavours, which are balanced by a touch of oak, adding some sweeter, vanilla flavours.
Altas de Ruesca Garnacha Els Pyraneus, France 2007
The grape variety used to make this wine is Garnacha. It is rich and concentrated with ripe, red fruit flavours and hints of spicy blackberries, plums and oak. It is made in the area close to the Pyrenees in Southern France.
Saam Mountain Heldersig Shiraz/Viognier, South Africa 2006
An unusual blend of grapes more commonly found in France’s Northern Rhone Valley, this is a deep coloured, wooded Shiraz / Viognier, with a dark plum, spice and chocolate nose.