Three modestly priced bottles for everyday summer drinking; their screw tops make them ideal for barbecues, picnics or just sitting in the garden on a warm evening.
Sangiovese di Puglia, Vetriano IGT, 2012
Puglia in southern Italy is a great source of excellent reds, although this is lighter than most. Bright, medium-bodied and packed with lip-smacking juicy cherry flavours, this can take a little chilling on a warm day. Drink with mezze or pasta all'arrabbiata. £6.50, hhandc.co.uk
Crow's Fountain Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch 2013
South Africa's signature white grape really needs food to bring out its ripe, zesty green-apple and citrus flavours, here given a little oak for complexity. Anything with strong garlicky flavours, such as aioli with barbecued fish or a mature goat's cheese, would be a great match. £7.99, Marks and Spencer
La Vie en Rose 2013
A Cinsault/Grenache blend from the Languedoc, this has crisp, summer-berry flavours and a touch of green herbs. A gorgeous retro label oozes French style and simply demands a spread of charcuterie, pâtés, tomato salad and good bread. £8.99, oldschoolwines.co.uk; £9.89, selfridges.com