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Top Lidl wines to buy this April

Lidl's latest Wine Tour focusses on wines from the Iberian peninsula.

The buyers for the German-owned supermarket, which established itself in the UK in 1994, do a great job of sourcing small quantities of interesting and well-priced wines for the Lidl Wine Tour line-up. Between this and the core range, it offers a comprehensive selection of Old and New World wines across a range of styles.

Lidl’s Iberia Wine Tour

Lidl has made an important change to the frequency of its ‘Wine Tour’ schedule, which until recently changed the focus of its in-store range every two months.

Now, Lidl’s wine range (other than its core wines, which are a permanent fixture on the shelves) will be refreshed every month, meaning that if you like the look of a particular wine featured below, you’d best act quickly!

While the core range, which is available year-round, features the likes of Rioja and Cava, the Iberia Wine Tour (which launched on 21 March) encourages exploration. Top picks include the juicy, pithy and peppery Paço de Bispo from Palmela, south of Lisbon, and based on the white Castelão grape variety, and Hacienda Uvanis’ Garnacha Old Vines from high-altitude vines in Castilla y Léon, Spain, producing a fragrant and fruity red that’s equally at home with food or on its own.

Below, you’ll find nine recommendations to buy from the Lidl Iberia Wine Tour.

The best Lidl wines to drink this April


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