Ever wondered which wines will pair perfectly with an activity or pastime? We have some suggestions for you.
Typically, Cinsault a medium-bodied soft, with bright acidity, silky tannins and a wonderful boquet. The best Consault offer complex flavours that include cherry, raspberry plus vanilla and baking spice when aged in French oak.
PAIRS WELL WITH… Catching up with friends. Spring wine nights crave a lovely Pinot Noir!
Sauvignon Blanc is a white-wine grape from western France, now successfully grown in emerging and established wine regions all over the world. The variety produces lightly coloured, aromatic dry white wines with fresh acidity. With notes of gooseberry, honeydew, and grapefruit, this wine pairs well with herby dishes and all things green.
PAIRS WELL WITH… Porch or patio sipping.
Rosés are made in a broad range of styles all around the world. From light and floral to rich, full-bodied, and fruity. So how does it taste? A crisp, sophisticated taste that combines the sweetness and tartness of ripe summer fruit. Ranging from dry to fruity, Rosés are simply terrific for spring.
PAIRS WELL WITH… An afternoon by the pool.