Joe Fattorini’s Wine of the Week
Joe Fattorini is The Wine Show’s resident wine expert. Not only does he know his Syrah from his Sauvignon, his Viognier from his Verdejo (of course!), but he knows what makes a wine particularly good value, one that makes it a great daily drinker.
Every week, Joe will be recommending just one such wine – it might be a white Rioja or a red from Barossa (or anything inbetween). And this is the place to find it. Come back every week for a new discovery, and join us as we celebrate the world of wine.
For those of you from around the world, we are working to find the best way for you to get hold of the wines we have listed. As soon as we know how best to get them to you, we will be sure to update you.
Joe’s Wine of the Week this week is…
Fish Hoek Chenin Blanc 2014, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Consistently good value, you can’t go wrong with half a dozen bottles of this in your house for a mid-week glass after a hard day. South Africa means new world fruit of quince and apple, mixed with old world restraint, freshness and an elegant lift. A great wine with fish, a lovely wine with chicken and delicious wine on its own with a recorded episode of The Wine Show. Where you’ll probably learn that the glass seal on the bottle is called a ‘prunt’.
Here are all of Joe’s Wines of the Week
Been here before, but now looking for one of Joe’s previous recommendations from weeks gone by? Here are all the wines Joe has selected as his great-value ‘Wine of the Week’.