The British Press review and recommend the best of the best when it comes to wines. If your looking for a bargain or really want to impress your dinner table then it is always worth having a read. Here are some of the acclaimed best wines of this year reviewed by some of the most sophisticated wine drinkers.
- Susy Atkin in the Sunday Telegraph recommends both The Ned Marlborough Pinot Grigio 2011 (£7.99 x 2 Majestic) and Villa Maria Private Bin Gewürztraminer 2010/11 (£10.99 Waitrose, Sainsbury) as an alternative from sauvignon blanc.
- Victoria Moore in The Telegraph suggests Escarpment The Edge Martinborough Pinot Noir 2011 (£13.99 Waitrose) for a wine that taste breezy and fresh.
- Anthony Rose in The Independent reccomends a summery Tesco Finest Vinho Verde (£7.29, Tesco)Fiona Beckett in The Guardian the Susan Balbo Zohar Torrontes (£10.95 Butlers Wine Cellar + independents). OR Spice Trail Rosé, Hungary (£6.49 Ocado) for a wine that apparently compliments an Indian menu.
- Terry Kirby in the Independent on Sunday suggest the Cellier des Dauphins Grignan Les Adhemar 2010 (£5 Asda) as highly drinkable and affordable. As well as the Casa Silva Lolol Viognier 2011 (£13.99 Wine Rack) for a taste sensation.
- David Williams sings this red praises in The Observer- Extra Special Dão, Portugal 2010 (£6.98, Asda).
- Olly Smith in the Mail of Sunday recommends a modern vino- The Descendientes de J Palacios, Petalos 2009 (£16.95 Berry Bros. & Rudd) that is “totally sublime”.
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