- Wine Starter Kits
- Australian Style Blend - Yarrawanga Creek
- Beaverdale - Red Wines
- Beaverdale - White and Blush Wines
- Belvino Wines
- Carafe 21
- California Connoisseur - Red
- California Connoisseur - White and Blush
- Cellar 7
- Connoisseur Butler Wines
- Hop Shop Delicate Wines
- New Lower Alcohol Island Mist - 5 Gallon
- KenRidge Classic
- Kenridge Showcase
- Mondego Essential Wines
- Mondego Reserve
- Muntons Cedars Gold
- Muntons Country Wines
- Riddles Ginger Compound
- Sadlers Reserve
- Selection Limited Edition
- Selection Eclipse
- Selection International with Grape Skins
- Selection Original Series - Red
- Selection Original Series - White and Blush
- Selection Speciality Wines
- Solomon Grundy - Original Table - 1 gallon
- Solomon Grundy - Original Table - 5 gallon
- Solomon Grundy - Country Fruit Wines
- Solomon Grundy - Gold
- Solomon Grundy - Platinum
- Vigneron Wines
- Vintner's Reserve - Red
- Vintner's Reserve - White and Blush
- Vintners Reserve World Vineyard
- Youngs Definitive - Country Wines
- Youngs Definitive - Table Wines
Enjoy the Selection brand of premium and ultra premium wine kits that are made with the finest quality varietal juice from around the world to produce wines that will satisfy the tastes of even the most discerning wine enthusiasts.
All the wines in this range make 22.5 litres (30 bottles).
Australian Cabernet Shiraz£81.95
Cabernet Sauvignon's structural intensity perfectly compliments the ripe fruit and chocolate flavours of Shiraz, for a rich complex hearty red.
The Piedmont region of Italy is noted for its fine red wines.
This Italian red is rich in flavour, deep in colour with a rounded oak aroma that is true to style.
This popular blend combines the plump, fruity, earlier ageing Merlot with the robust Cabernet Sauvignon grape for a powerful match, with a deft touch of cedary oak.
The pride of Italy's Tuscany region, this blend is famous for it's full dry character and elegant flavours of cherries and blackberries.
Sturdy and robust, with tangy undertones and a slight spiciness.
Ageing uncovers its complex depth of flavour.
A robust fruity, deep coloured red wine that can be enjoyed young in the "nouveau" style or aged a few years. A deep colour with lovely flowery and ripe fruit aromas becoming more complex and spicy with age.
Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon£74.95
This wine is now fleshy and expressive, a fine young wine of considerable style.
Ripe and fat yet firm, with very good length on the palate. Blackberry, black currant and oak aromas stand out.
If you are new to South American wines you cannot go wrong with Malbec.
This is widely grown in South America where it produces deep coloured wines with generous black fruit characteristics, balanced acidity and smooth tannins.
This grape is also grown in France where it is known as Cot in the Loire and as Auxerrois in Cohors.
Powerful fruit and dry spicy flavour with mellow tannins for a supple finish.
Deserves ageing, but will develop quicker than Cabernet Sauvignon. Goes well with beef, turkey, lamb and stews.
The plump, lush fruitiness of this respected grape translates into a wine that perfectly balances berry and spice flavours with a smooth, supple texture.
Mouth filling and delicious; a standout with grilled meat.
Le Gamay Nouveau
Made with Gamay grapes sourced directly from France's Beaujolais region, Winexpert's Gamay Nouveau is a departure from their usual wines where they recommend waiting three months or even longer to taste the first bottle.
Gamay Nouveau is ready to enjoy on bottling day, and while it will improve for a year, its bursting fruit, joyfully hedonic aromas and easy-drinking character will make it unlikely for a bottle to last that long!
“I have personally sampled this wine and it is superb.
There is no aftertaste that will affect the palate and I if I conducted a blind test with this wine and a £15 bottle of wine, I would not be able to tell the difference between the two”
Montepulciano is a vigorous red grape widely planted in east central Italy.
Deeply coloured rich red wines with blackberry flavours and spicy peppery qualities.
Montepulciano ripens late and has a tendency to favour producing large yields.
The grapes can be plump with a low skin to juice ratio.
However, the skin has a fair amount of pigmented tannins and colour producing phenols that with maceration can produce either a deep ruby coloured wine or a pink Cerasuolo wine.
Compared to most Italian varieties, Montepulciano has moderately low acidity and more mild (i.e. softer) than bitter edged tannins.
It produces a "round, plummy and weighty red with ripe tannins, good acidity."
A "promising variety" that produces smooth, drinkable wines that can improve for three or four years after vintage.