Bordeaux Style Reds

Bordeaux Style Reds

Complex, powerful, approachable. New Zealand Bordeaux style reds with structure, finesse and vibrant fruit expression.





Paritua Stone Paddock Scarlet 2019

Paritua Stone Paddock Scarlet 2019

22,20 CHF - 23,20 CHF*

30,93 CHF pro Liter

Paritua Stone Paddock Scarlet 2019

Paritua Stone Paddock Scarlet 2019

22,20 CHF - 23,20 CHF*

30,93 CHF pro Liter

This blended red is a prime example of the style produced from the stony soils of Hawke’s Bay.


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Man O' War Ironclad 2019

Man O' War Ironclad 2019

39,60 CHF - 40,60 CHF*

54,14 CHF pro Liter

Man O' War Ironclad 2019

Man O' War Ironclad 2019

39,60 CHF - 40,60 CHF*

54,14 CHF pro Liter

From Waiheke's breathtakingly appointed Man O' War. Their flagship blend is mainly Cabernet Franc and Merlot, with Petit Verdot, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon. Complex with subtle power, harmony.


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Stonyridge Larose 2022

Stonyridge Larose 2022

232,20 CHF*

309,60 CHF pro Liter

Stonyridge Larose 2022

Stonyridge Larose 2022

232,20 CHF*

309,60 CHF pro Liter

The Stonyridge Larose is a true icon. It has beaten wine like Château Latour, Château Mouton Rothschild and Château Lafite Rothschild in a famous blind tasting in 2006. But Larose is available at a fraction of the price.


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What are Bordeaux style reds?

Bordeaux style reds in most cases are a multi-varietal blend of very complex make-up. The grape varieties involved are cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, malbec and petit verdot. These varieties originate in Bordeaux, on France’s Atlantic coast. Hence the name.

The result is a group of wines with a distinct family resemblance, yet the ability to be incredibly complex and multi-faceted. In New Zealand, the Bordeaux blends mainly comes from Hawke’s Bay or Waiheke Island.

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