Ok, so we've taken our six everyday, core drinking wines, and put them into a nifty mixed case. These are the wines our customers rely on most. They provide that perfect cheeky glass at the end of a long hard day and back-of-the-cupboard inventive cookery (like we all know what to do with a can of tinned peaches right!). These are the wines that will pick you up and cheer you up, but not raise a frown from the bank manager. You can opt for a 12 bottle or a 6 bottle case - but you know a 12 bottle case makes more sense!
So in this marvellous little package you have:
Les Saisons de La Vigne Blanc, Gascony, France
This is a lovely fresh, grapey, white blend from Gascony. Lovely zippy fresh lemony, apple flavours rounded off with a fresh crisp bite. Awesome with any type of seafood, or a BBQ chicken wings
Ke Bonta Cortese, Araldica, Italy
One of our favourites in the office. it's like liquid pear juice with a splash of melon for extra fruitiness. All in all a lovely drop of grape juice that goes brilliantly with that stalwart of post-commute dinners, a lovely crisp caesar salad.
Lunardi Pinot Grigio, Veneto, Italy
So 9 out of 10 Pinot Grigios taste of nothing. Absolutely nothing. Which is why we love this Pinot Grigio. Because it not only tastes of something. It tastes great!! Pure, concentrated fresh granny smith apples, with a touch of melon thrown in for good measure! Delicious.
Santiago Pinot Noir, Central Valley, Chile
Finding drinkable Pinot Noir under a tenner is nigh on impossible. Most tend to be ribena light imitations with a drop of alcohol added for fun. Not so this Chilean Pinot from the Central Valley. It has real character from the juicy lush red cherry fruits to its peppery liquorice finish. All in all delicious and particularly suited to juicy pink lamb chops with a dollop of dauphinoise potatoes on the side.
Le Barbe Merlot, Rhone, France
Soft, supple, red and black cherry fruit mix with a touch of milk chocolate and black pepper to make this Southern French Merlot one of the most drinkable wines you could imagine. An absolute stunner with roast beef and wicked with crispy roast duck.
Block Head Shiraz, Swartland Region, South Africa
South Africa has been particularly good at producing great value reds in recent years and this Block Head Shiraz is no exception. Think deliciously soft blueberries, mixed with fresh strawberries, topped with fresh vanilla ice cream, and bingo, you've got it. Awesome with summer BBQ's, or just at home with a lovely spicy stew.
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