Wines of the week: Campofiorin Masi; Château d'Anglès Classique Rosé; Territorio Torrontes

Terry Kirby on the best bottles to buy this week
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Sunday lunch

Campofiorin Masi 2010

Ideal for the first game of the season, possibly involving wild mushrooms, this is made in the traditional Veneto style, where partially dried Corvina grapes are added to the mix with Rondinella and Molinara to create a really rich and complex wine with touches of cherries, chocolate and fruitcake spices on the palate and a long finish. £11.75 (normally £12.99 or 2 bottles for £9.98 each as part of a purchase of six mixed bottles), majestic.co.uk

Midweek meal

Château d'Anglès Classique Rosé 2013

Let's hope there is some late summer sunshine left to enjoy just a few more bottles of chilled rosé like this from the shores of the Mediterranean. Mourvèdre, Syrah and Grenache produce crisp red-fruit flavours and there is a hint of herby Garrigue in the background. Drink with rustic, tomato-based fish dishes and tapas. £9.99, Ocado

Bargain basement

Territorio Torrontes 2013

From Argentina's Calchaqui Valley, one of the highest vineyards in the word. Very pale yellow, intensely fragrant and floral on the nose with clean flavours of lime, grapefruit and hints of peach, which will match goat's cheese salads and spicy Asian dishes. £6.49, Tesco

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