N'Rootsi is a weird and wonderful Jamaican roots wine containing fermented herbs and spices including ginger root, elderflower, rosehip, burdock root, cinnamon, nettle, St. John's Wort, rosemary, sage, dandelion and cola nut, along with honey and demerara sugar. Sounds awesome.
Wincarnis Tonic Wine is a blend of enriched wine and malt extract infused with a bewildering variety of botanicals including gentian root, mugwort, angelica root, balm mint, fennel seed, coriander seed, peppermint leaves, cardamom seeds and cassia bark. A classier alternative to Buckfast.
Buckfast, also known as 'Buckie', is the notorious wine-based fortified tonic drink, made by Devonshire monks and beloved by 'neds' and students in Ireland and Scotland. Each bottle of Buckfast contains around 280mg of caffeine, the equivalent of nearly nine cans of Coke.
A very off-the-wall alternative to port, Rubis is a chocolate-flavoured Spanish fortified wine made from the Tempranillo grape (more usually seen in Rioja) and infused with a luxurious chocolate essence. Chocolate AND red wine?! The ladies are going to love this.