2011 Nga Waka Pinot Noir, Martinborough; 2012 Shiraz, 5th Generation, Grant Burge, Barossa Valley; 2012 Stefan Winter Riesling Trocken, Rheinhessen
2011 Nga Waka Pinot Noir, Martinborough; 2012 Shiraz, 5th Generation, Grant Burge, Barossa Valley; 2012 Stefan Winter Riesling Trocken, Rheinhessen

Wine: Something for the weekend?

 

Saturday 07 December 2013 01:00
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Night in

2012 Shiraz, 5th Generation, Grant Burge, Barossa Valley

Bright, vivid and spicily aromatic, this is a classic Barossa shiraz style with oodles of blackberryish fruit. £8.99, Wine Rack

Dinner party

2012 Stefan Winter Riesling Trocken, Rheinhessen

An exotic passion fruit fragrance combines with a zingy attack of peach and lime. Around £12.95, Harvey Nichols

Splash out

2011 Nga Waka Pinot Noir, Martinborough

This red cherry perfumed Kiwi pinot noir has sumptious cherry and raspberry juiciness. £15.95, down from £19.95, Jeroboams shops

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