Art Brown International Pen Shop is now carrying the De Atramentis inks, a German brand that arrived about two weeks ago. They brought a few dozen colors to the 2009 New York City Pen Show, but not the wine-based or scented inks. Several colors really caught my eye (a teal that was almost neon), but unfortunately others got there before me. One color that I was interested in was Bordeaux Red, possibly because of the color or because of the name.
The Bordeaux Red has a definite muddiness to it, so it's not as bright or true as Noodler's Widowmaker. That said, while I didn't think much of it in a fine point pen I did like writing with it in a medium point fountain pen, my Faber-Castell Ambition. The color seemed to stand out on the paper, definitely more a bordeaux red than a claret that needs decanting. If you're interested in a subtler red, this is definitely a color to consider.