Borossa Valley Estate Barossa Ink – £13.99
Barossa Valley Estate is the product of families from across the region, bringing together the spiced, plum and currant fruit of old vine Shiraz in a bold, juicy style of red.
Frederic Champault La Vigne Blanche Sancerre – £12.99
This wine’s vibrant citrus fruit is balanced by a roundness in the wine’s texture. A fullness, that lets it bring out the best in classic fish and shellfish dishes.
Bourgogne Chardonnay, Nuiton-Beaunoy, Burgundy £10.99
White flowers and white peach flavours make a wonderful match with white meats and fish. This is floral and fresh, with a bright persistence that lingers on your palate. A true classic from a family-run producer.
Sancerre Les Sentiers – £14.99
Ten generations of family expertise are packed into this delicious, fruity Sancerre. It has all the tang and vibrancy of Sancerre, with a lime and yellow plum fruit. Goat’s Cheese, fish and even lightly spiced chicken dishes are great matches.
Santa Rita Secret Reserve Carmenere – £10.99
“What Merlot lovers drank next” would be the title for a film about Carmenere. More redcurrant, spice and lift give this wine real character. It’s from one of Chile’s most historic producers and a brilliant discovery on The Wine Show
Louis Jadot Bourgogne Pinot Noir – £14.49
In Louis Jadot cellars is a barrel of The Wine Show’s wine. This is their classic though, a raspberry and cherry-scented Pinot Noir. Soft, supple and fresh, perfectly ever-so-lightly chilled (even as a red) and incredibly versatile.