With over five hundred wines to choose from, from nineteen different countries around the world, we have a range of red wines to suit any palate, any budget and any occasion, be it a BBQ, dinner party with close friends or a gift for someone special.
Understanding our red wine selection
Whether you’re a connoisseur or a beginner looking to indulge your senses, there’s a red wine style for everyone in our range. Each vineyard and its product has been carefully chosen to give our customers the finest wines at every budget.
A beautiful varietal that tends to offer ripe fruit characters, Cabernet Sauvignon is a robust wine with dark aromas and flavours. It offers solid acidity and a stable tannin structure that makes it one of the world’s most beloved styles.
Opt for Malbec if you’d like to try a more exuberant wine that offers punchy juiciness, soft tannins and a sleek, smooth texture that makes it an incredibly popular choice. Malbec from Argentina, in particular, offers standout flavours.
Merlot is a classic, eternally-popular grape that creates wine heavy in plummy, velvety flavours that are typically softer than Cabernet’s intensity. Merlot is a beautiful style for those who want deep, dark fruit flavours.
Pinot Noir is a smooth, rich red wine varietal that offers low tannins but bold flavours that feature heavy black cherry, spice and raspberry tones. Pinot Noir is Burgundy’s real standout style and a favourite of wine lovers everywhere.
Why buy red wine online?
While the majority of supermarkets have vast arrays of wine on offer, none have the knowledge, insight or passion that the House of Townend team puts into every single wine available on our website. Each and every bottle of red wine on our website has been hand selected for inclusion, each showcasing something special about the world of wine.
With a reputation for excellence and fast, free delivery on offer, buying red wine online from House of Townend is an experience those who are truly passionate about wine can savour.
Scroll down to begin exploring our range of unrivalled reds and we’re confident that you’ll find something that you love!
This 1er Cru is situated to the eastern extremities of the appellation, adjacent to Pommard on a chalk and powdery limestone subsoil. Produced from vines averaging 60...
Owned by the Nony family since 1934, now run by the third generation Jean-Antoine, Château Grand-Mayne exempifies the values of authenticity and classic simplicity.
Another Rothschild property produced by the team that makes Lafite, this 46-hectare estate is ever increasing its reputation for excellent, consistent quality...
This is a big wine! Fresh on first approach, with an intriguing mix of ripe red and black fruits
Beychevelle is one of the most beautiful chateaux of the Medoc, with its new winery proudly visible as you drive past. Extremely popular throughout the world.
This 20 hectare estate is the ‘sister’ to Léoville Barton and in recent years has come out of its shadow.
It is fair to say that Rauzan Ségla punches fully to its 1855 classification and is one of the great Super-Second’s.
A stunning, finely crafted wine. Yann owns 1.15 hectares on the hill of Hermitage in two lieux-dits (Beaume and Peleat), both in the central part of the appellation. Aged in 100% new,...
The exposure of this property is perfect. Located in front of the chapel, only 200m from Vieux Château Certan and 300m from Château Petrus.
Léoville Poyferré delivers a smoother, riper and fleshier palate compared to the more structured wines of its near neighbours.
Alfred Tesseron has driven this Château into high society in Bordeaux over many years, farming the property organically for the past ten years, including working the viney...
This is a big wine, but almost invitingly approachable already. Produced from vineyards located on the stony plateau of La Crau in the south east of the a...
Owned by the Cazes family for nearly 100 years, this is one of the most popular Châteaux of Bordeaux. Classic Pauillac, Lynch always repays long term ageing handsomely.
Richly aromatic, generous nose, like sniffing a jam making factory through a spice box filter!