If you want warm, Perfect Curves, they're a revelation for me- I've got pretty bad circulation and ride in allsorts so I give gloves a pretty hard time, I've had various good gloves that can keep my hands more or less functional but the Curves are the only ones that have ever kept me comfortable. Weird to ride in (there's a bit of squidge and movement between hands and grips that isn't really a problem, but feels totally unnatural at first), and smelly, but absolutely worth it.
Of the rest, Fox Antifreezes are the best I've used, warm but also little excess bulk, so you can ride pretty much as normal. But expensive and a wee bit shortlived, the outer shell has cracked and come off in chunks on my older pair. Also, having the waterproofing inside the outer shell is just a stupid way to make a glove. But still, very good and for normal people probably excellent
Things I would personally unrecommend:
Endura Strikes, not waterproof nor warm, sent them back assuming they were faulty but apparently they're all like that. Not worth 50p.
Pearl Izumi softshell- haven't used the latest one but they call it right when they say it's a "cool weather glove" not a cold weather one. Excellent quality autumn glove.
Extremities Velo- not that warm, and they really don't feel like a bike glove, very flat and unshaped. Also ymmv on fit but mine constantly bunched up under my fingers. Gave them to my mum, she says they're good for gardening.
Sealskinz- old set but any glove that the lining turns inside out on is only good for the bin IMO, and the "ergonomic" padding seemed to be totally randomly placed and felt terrible. Maybe they're better now? Some potential to be good but they were a mess.
Oh and standard fleecy thinsulate gloves, really? I use a pair in the garage sometimes so I grab them when I want to do a testride, they're ever so slightly better than no gloves at all but wind cuts through them like a knife.