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Need a cheeky bottle of red wine for dinner or want to stock up the cellar? We've got you covered! You can count on us to find something to pique your interest and suit your budget whether it’s a classy bottle meant to impress or a simple week-night quaffer, we get it sorted and delivered straight to your door.

From rich, fruity Shiraz to delicate and floral Pinot Noir you’ll be sure to find what you need in our great range of reds from all over the world. There’s plenty of familiar faces here or if you fancy trying something new we have loads of options to tempt and entice… Browse our collection today and discover the perfect bottle to accompany your next meal or add to your wine collection.

What are the different types of red wine?

Red wine is a love to many wine drinkers and there are so many reasons why. There are several types of red wines such as your classic Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon to your other popular red wine varietals such as Malbec, Grenache, Syrah, Tempranillo and Sangiovese. Each red grape is known for their unique characteristics, whether that is fruity and floral, spicy or savoury.

What are some of the best red wines to pair with food?

Red wine goes extremely well with food. Match your favourite Pinot Noir wine with earthy ingredients and lean meats to maximise the flavours. Cabernet Sauvignon matches perfectly with steaks and curated cheese, meat and cracker platters. Malbec goes hand in hand with homemade burgers and Shiraz matches well with spicy dishes like curries.

What are the most popular red wine grapes in New Zealand?

New Zealand is highly recognised for their remarkable red wines and crisp white wines. New Zealand is best known for their Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Merlot. In particular, Central Otago Pinot Noir stands out as a worldwide favourite for many wine drinkers. The Gibbston Valley, Marlborough, Nelson and Wairapa are hot spots for internationally acclaimed Pinot Noir. Shiraz is another popular red wine grape that is produced in New Zealand, most Syrah comes from the beautiful Waiheke Island and Shiraz from around the North Island. Merlot is also sought after and is commonly grown in Gisborne, Hawke's Bay and Marlborough.