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Under £7 Mixed Case
Charming cherry-scented light and refreshing wine from Piedmont in the north of Italy. Simple yet poised, this is packed full of cherry, berry summer fruits.
The brothers who jointly owned Chateau Lary have split this Bordeaux property, and Lary Tagot comes from one half of the vineyard. Ripe and satisfying, this is an impressive claret at this price level. Delicious now, it will develop further with a little time and provide a great deal of drinking pleasure.
This aromatic, fresh, dry Italian white has notes of peach, honeysuckle and nectarine. The grillo is grown in coastal vineyards in Western Sicily, and here, has just a small addition of aromatic zibibbo that adds vibrancy.
This marriage of two Rhône grape varieties from the Minervois-Saint-Chinian border is now a firm and deserving member favourite. Fresh, round and moreishly fruity white wine from the deep south of France.
Too often overlooked, few wines offer such easy-drinking anytime versatility as good Muscadet from the Atlantic end of the Loire. This is a lovely example, finishing clean and fresh.
Victorious in the Wine Champions tasting room for a second year, this friendly Aussie blend was on crowd-pleasing form and earned high marks. With plum, blackberry and mint aromas and the structure to stand up to hearty fare, this is as uncomplicated as it is utterly charming.