Bedoba Saperavi 2021, Georgia
£ 22.60
Bedoba Saperavi is a red wine made from the Saperavi grape variety, which is indigenous to Georgia. It is known for its deep colour, high acidity, and strong tannins, making it a popular choice for producing bold red wines. The Bedoba Saperavi is characterized by flavours of dark fruits such as blackberries, cherries sand plums, along with notes of spice, leather, and some earthiness. 
Domaine de Pellehaut Rouge 2022, Cotes de Gascogne, France
£ 10.95
A blend of Merlot, Cabernet, Tannat, Syrah, Malbec and Pinot Noir unoaked. This cherry-red coloured wine presents you with a bouquet of aromas combining scents of blackcurrant, candied strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and hints of spice, such as cloves. After a supple and fresh, pleasant first taste, an "array of fruit” is also expressed on the palate!
Etna Rosso "Contrada Monte Gorna" 2019, Cantine Nicosia
£ 20.20
The 100% Nerello Mascalese grapes are sourced from vines trained on the ancient 'alberello' system, on the south-east slopes of Mount Etna, at around 550-600m altitude. Soils are volcanic, rich in minerals and containing red pumice stone. The palate is elegant and complex with redcurrant and sour cherry fruit balanced by the savoury characters and minerality typical of the Etna region. Fine tannins with juicy acidity leading to a long and fresh finish.
Gaia Agiorgitiko 202, Nemea, Greece
£ 20.50
Gaia Agiorgitiko by Gaia Nemea is a spicy, ripe, oak aged wine, made from the fascinating indigenous Agiorgitiko grape variety. A well-structured wine, bursting with plum and damson fruit.

The wine was aged in oak casks for 12 months, of which 90% was French oak (10% new) and 10% was American oak (10% new).

Kozlovic Teran 2022, Croatia
£ 19.05
Kozlovic Teran, from the Istria region of Croatia, is a fresh, medium-bodied red wine of real character. Matured in oak barrels for 8 months before bottling, it shows a combination of black fruits and bitter chocolate on the palate, reminiscent of the Refosco grape from Northern Italy.
Lagrein 2022, Cantina Traminer, Alto Adige
£ 20.90
Lagrein from Cantina Tramin is made from an indigenous grape variety from the Alto Adige. The wine boasts a beautiful bouquet of violets and blackberries with hints of cherries and subtle earthy notes. Velvety textured on the palate with raspberry, dark cherry, dark chocolate, liquorice, and spice underpinned by a powerful structure and a long finish.
Las Dos Ces Tinto 2021, Utiel Raquena
£ 12.05
Made from 100% Bobal, this organic wine has lots of red fruit flavours with hints of wild herb and fresh acidity. Good with charcuterie, pasta .
Chozas Carrascal is one of 17 wineries with Spain’s highest designation, Vino de Pago. They produce organic, sustainable wines at 750-840m altitude in the Valencia region of Spain
Liatiko Lyrarakis Red 2021, Greece
£ 13.85
In the glass we have a bright purple color. In the aromatic characteristics we find ripe cherries, dried strawberries, plums, sour cherries, with notes of cinnamon and licorice to follow. The palate is balanced and velvety, with soft tannins, lively acidity and lasting aftertaste.

Pago Valdoneje Mencia 2022, Bierzo
£ 14.15
Fresh in the nose, it delights with aromas of wild fruit such as blackberries and raspberries as well as the usual smoky notes from the soils of Bierzo. Juicy and well-structured in the mouth, it shows incredible depth for such a young wine and tantalizing fruit is always present. Despite its youth, it has very fine tannins which ensure the sweet primary flavours do not take over the wine.
Vadio Tinto 2018, Bairrada, Portugal
£ 17.95
This 100% Baga originates from clay-limestone soils, it expresses the Atlantic character of Bairrada wines and the typical texture of limestone baga. The nose shows the classic elegance of baga and the freshness characteristic of Bairrada. The palate is delicate where the acidity shines and persists accompanied by very soft and polished tannins.
Valpolicella Classico 2021, Azienda Agricola Viviani
£ 16.15
Viviani's Valpolicella Classico is a blend of 70% Corvina and 30% Rondinella from vines between 10-80 years old. The wine pours a beautiful ruby with garnet highlights. Enticing aromas of black cherry, red plum and spiced earth effortlessly plume out of the glass. On the palate, there is a wonderful sour-cherry concentration with notes of almond wrapped in juicy tannins and a delicate, gleaming acidity. 
Valpolicella Classico Ripasso 2020, Giacomo Montresor Capitel della Crosara
£ 18.50
Intense, complex and rounded flavours on the pallet. Made with partially dried grape skins that have been left over from fermentations of the Amarone or Recioto.