Monferrato Chiaretto 2012; Bolo Godello Valdeorras 2012; The Crusher, Wilson Vineyard, 2011

Terry Kirby selects the best bottles to buy

Sunday lunch

The Crusher, Wilson Vineyard, 2011

The name belies the refreshing lightness of this California Pinot Noir, an ideal red for summer drinking, and at a good price for a grape which often commands a premium. A delightful blend of silky smokiness and vibrant red-berry fruits. Eat with roasted white meats, hard cheeses, or try it slightly chilled with fish such as a peppered loin of tuna. £10.95,

Midweek meal

Bolo Godello Valdeorras 2012

Ideal for a midweek swordfish steak or some mussels and chips, this is made from aged Godello vines in north-west Spain. It is a more full-bodied version of the local Albariño grape, with lots of lime and lemony flavours, and here is given a little bit of complexity from some barrel-ageing, making it all quite mouth-filling and satisfying. £9.95,

Bargain basement

Monferrato Chiaretto 2012

Winner of the Great Value Rosé trophy in the recent International Wine Challenge as well as a couple of other decent awards, this is a more fruity, fulsome style of rosé made from Barbera grapes in Piedmont. Drink ice-cold on its own or with picnic foods. £6.49, Marks & Spencer