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  • Les Vignerons Carignan Syrah 12.5% 75cl
    A really interesting blend that produces a superb little wine. Brambly dark fruit with some spice, soft and approachable but with some structure. A great slurp.
    £6.60
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 2001 13.5% 75cl
    2001 13.5% Winter chill quickly gave way to warmer weather with little rain, and aridity reduced yields by 15%. July and August were far hotter than usual and picking began very early on September 3rd. Tannin and acidity levels were low; thick-skinned Cabernet grapes fared best in the heat and do...
    £31.00
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 2002 14% 75cl
    A year of pleasant surprises. The long, rainy, cold winter lasted until June; July was mild and August hot. Ripening took longer than average and the vintage began a week later than usual. Maturity levels varied; picking was selective. Against the odds, fermentation was slow and the wines are rip...
    £28.99
  • Chateau Musar 2007 14% 75cl
    Chateau Musar has released the 2007 vintage ahead of the 2006 as they believe that is was not ready. The 2007 was an a most unusual vintage, with the grapes ripening at the same time as opposed to staggered picking according to each variety ripening at different times. A very good vintage it has ...
    £38.50
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 1997 75cl
    A fairly normal winter followed by a fresh spring with no hail or frost and then a mild summer with a very cloudy and fresh August followed by a sunny September. These perfect conditions allowed grapes to mature slowly and surely at a pace rarely achieved. The harvest started on t...
    £37.99
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 1999 14% 75cl
    1999 14% An exceptional year, starting with a dry winter, leading to a fresh spring and good flowering (although yields were reduced by aridity). Summer was mild; July and August cloudy; September hot and sunny, enabling grapes to achieve high levels of alcohol, acidity and extract. Listed in 100...
    £33.99
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 1998 13.5% 75cl
    1998 13.5% This elegant, fragrant, Cinsault-dominated vintage arose from a cool year. Cold, rainy weather lasted until June (resulting in late flowering); summer was sunny but there was no rain. Picking began on September 9th; maturity was variable but the grapes were healthy and fermentation fas...
    £32.99
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 2000 13.5% 75cl
    2000 13.5% Perhaps more Bordeaux in style, the 2000 is quite approachable, but with serious cellaring potential. Winter and spring were fresh, but July was torrid (over 35C on some days) and August hotter than usual. Picking began early on 6th September; the grapes were sweet and tannic, with goo...
    £31.99
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 1996 75cl
    In youth, Chateau Musar Reds are dense and richly-textured, with intense baked fruit characters: plums, damsons, cranberries, cherries, figs and dates. Bordeaux grape Cabernet Sauvignon lends black fruit flavours; Rhne grapes Cinsault and Carignan contribute fragrance (violets; pepper) and supple...
    £55.99
  • Domaine Rimauresq Rose 2016 13% 75cl
    Ultra pale in colour, really clean and fresh on the nose and the palate, the flavours are full of character and charm with just a hint of spice and good length. Domaine de Rimauresque Cru Classe is a highly-reputed estate, situated on the Cotes du Provence. The estate encompasses 46 hectares of p...
    £13.50
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 1993 75cl
    1993 was a good year in Lebanon. The winter was rainy and cold but not excessively so. April was mild but was followed by a cold May with some frost, reducing the crop by about 10% and affecting those vineyards where flowering was more advanced. The rest of spring and summer were fairly normal...
    £110.00
  • Chateau Musar Rouge 2003 14% 75cl
    It is when the grapes reach optimal maturity, typically between the 5th and the 15th of september, that the harvest begins at Chteau Musar. The grapes are handpicked as the sun rises across the Bekaa valley and are then swiftly transferred to the cellar in Ghazir where fermentation...
    £29.50
  • Boer & Brit The Field Marshall 2012 14.5% 75cl
    Boer & Brit is the combination of winemakers Stefan Gerber, a great, great grandson of President Paul Kruger and Alexander Milner a great, great grandson of Field Marshall John French. These two have, more than a hundred years after the bitter rivalry of their forefathers, created Boer...
    £12.75
  • The Rude Mechanicals Priority Red Mclaren Vale 14% 75cl
    This wine is made from equal parts of Grenache and Carignan , both very much at home in the Cascabel vineyards , with the warm and windy summers. This is a wine that reflects the rich , complex dark fruits and spices, sometimes rustic attributes of these varieties but also full of perfume and per...
    £12.99

If you’re in need of a classy wine to pair with a delicious meal, something for a special occasion or simply a tasty tipple to sip at home — DrinkFinder has everything you’re looking for and more!

Along with an extensive range of spirits, we also have more than 1,400 red, white, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines from all over the world. Whether you’re looking for a full-bodied red wine, a crisp, dry white wine or anything in between, we have something to suit your needs and tastes.

Red Wine

Red wine has not only been a staple of civilisation for hundreds of years, but it’s also immensely popular among millions of people today. Red wine varies significantly in terms of taste, which means there’s a wine to suit everyone’s palate, from big-hitting Australian Shiraz, which oozes blackcurranty goodness, to lighter varieties, such as Pinot Noir with its hint of red-berry fruits.

Red wines originate from all over the world, and come in a wide range of styles and at various price points. Our extensive wine collection is perfect for when you’re looking to buy a red wine online that suits your needs in terms of both taste and budget.

White Wine

Just like red wine, there are many varieties of white wine grown all over the world, the majority of which are dry. With that said, you will find sweeter white wines. This is achieved when the winemaker halts the process where sugar is turned into alcohol in the fermentation process. Some prefer their wine dry, while others prefer it sweeter — regardless, white wine offers something for everyone.

White wine differs a great deal when it comes to taste, and the grapes have varying qualities depending on how and where they are grown. For example, if you drink a French Chardonnay from South America, followed by a Chardonnay from France, you will immediately notice the differences in taste and style. At DrinkFinder, you not only have a great deal of choice, but we also make buying wine online easy!

According to the Council of the Wines of Provence, one of every three bottles of wine purchased today is rosé. Rosé wines originate from a vast range of regions and there are no specific rules for the grapes or winemaking method that must be used. It’s because of this that bottles of rosé can differ substantially regarding both style and taste. Rosé wine not only completes the trinity of wine, but it’s also a fantastic option for anyone looking for a happy medium between red and white.

Sparkling Wine

It’s difficult to explain why, but the simple act of popping the cork off a bottle of sparkling wine creates a great deal of excitement and happiness. A bottle of Prosecco, Champagne or Cava is a delicious choice for a party, special occasion or just to sip on at home.

To be called Champagne, a sparkling wine has to be made in the Champagne region in France, and it’s why wine produced in England using the same grapes and method isn’t Champagne, but English Sparkling wine.

Although Prosecco is the most common go-to sparkling wine, it’s always worth branching out and trying new things. At DrinkFinder, we stock an extensive range of sparkling wine you can buy online!

Anyone for Dessert?

Despite being around for centuries, dessert wine tends to be somewhat of an enigma to wine enthusiasts, as the specificity of its use is debated. Some believe it should be strictly paired with food, while others believe there’s free rein to drink it on its own.

When you buy dessert wine online, it’s always crucial to consider your palate and preferred style, as dessert wines contain a higher concentration of alcohol and a more intense flavour. This is why dessert wine is often served in small amounts, as too much can be overwhelming in taste as well as strength.