Red Wines

Red wine is created by extracting the colour from the skins of grapes by a process of maceration. Virtually all red grapes have clear juice and it is technically possible to make white wine from dark-skinned varieties. To make red wine, red grapes are (usually) crushed and fermented with the skins, the fermented liquid then being left for a further period in contact with the skin pulp. The main considerations when tasting red wine are fruit concentration, acidity, alcohol and tannin.

2 wines
New World
2001 Hill of Grace Shiraz, Henschke
Red | Still | 13.5%
Single Bottle
£510.00
price duty paid
Old World
2001 Château Labégorce Zédé, Margaux
Red | Still | 12.5%
Case of 6 Magnums
£342.00
price under bond
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