Our wine columnist Adam Lechmere shares his thoughts on wine regions, grape varieties, hot topics and issues.
It’s not just big-ticket bottles in Burgundy – you’d be surprised at the number of wines combining drinkability with affordability, says Adam Lechmere
Too often we taste fantastic local wines on our travels and scour the shelves of the local supermarket upon our return, only to discover they’re seemingly unheard of on our thirsty isle. Enter Wine Club. Search and order regional wines through our specialist representatives and take advantage of some expert recipe matches.
Bergerac Rouge, Clos des Verdots – OrganicBergerac can be the red-necked country cousin of Bordeaux, but this is marvelously un-rustic. Fresh and nicely leafy aromatics. Fine tannins with just enough gentle grip. Very lovely red-plum fruit on...read more
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TempranilloThe natural choice for tapas, this versatile fruity wine also pairs well with meats such as pork and rabbit