Lidl's newest Wine Cellar range places the spotlight on Hungary, accompanied by wines from regions such as Bordeaux, Alsace and the Rhône. Here are our top picks from the range...

The Lidl Wine Cellar Hungarian Collection consists of 41 brand new wines for the summer, and is part of the supermarket’s continuing goal to introduce its customers to ‘exciting wines emerging from lesser known origins’.

The Hungarian Collection is available online and in stores from 27th July, and as always it’s a ‘while stocks last’ affair. The wines have all been approved by Lidl’s panel of three Masters of Wine before hitting the shelves.

Amy Wislocki, Decanter’s managing editor, tasted the range recently and has picked out her favourites from the line up.

Amy’s Lidl wine recommendations:

Serabel, Lirac, Rhône, France, 2015

Serabel, Lirac, Rhône, France, 2015

Known for its rosés, Lirac also makes some great-value reds. And if you like your reds with a bit of evolution rather than forward and...

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