Our selection goes from the greatest Grands Crus to economic table wines on smaller but delicious cuvées; never forget that our sommeliers have tasted approved and selected every single bottle on our website, therefore you can always be sure about the quality of the bottles, even when the price seems too low to be real!
Recognised to be amongst the best red wines in France, Burgundy red wines have certain common features. Colour is rich and turns to ruby with ageing. The bouquet is fruity (strawberry, cherry, blackcurrant…) and peppery. Taste wise, red wines from Burgundy are very lively, structured and round; supple tannins join the racy structure into a balanced result.
The French wine region of Bordeaux benefits from a vast territory expressing a great diversity of soils, climates and grape varieties. Bordeaux red wines offer a palette of infinite hues and combine their virtues in many different ways. As different as they are, they often have in common an emphasis on the expression of the fruit; a pleasant, convivial wine.
Rhone Valley is mostly famous for its red wines; common red grape varieties in the area are Shiraz and Grenache. Red wines from this region are generally full-bodied, having in common a fine and elegant tannic structure, which requires a few years of ageing to refine. Nose is very seductive, with aromas of violets, cocoa, liquorice, red fruits and pepper.
When it comes to red wine, do you only trust Robert Parker's advice? Or do you prefer Wine Spectator's tastes? In any case, Vinatis has created a perfect selection for you: our best awarded red wines, sorted by price.
Just pick your price range, and be sure to purchase a great red wine; value for money matters!