Decanter's Christelle Guibert recommends five wines worth drinking while the sun is just about still shining...
The kids are back at school, the family holiday is a distant memory and the autumn is rapidly approaching.
But the clocks don’t go back until 30th October, so there is still time for a final flurry of barbecues, beach visits and picnics.
And how better to accompany these sunny moments than with a glass of summer wine recommended by our tastings director, Christelle Guibert?
Last of the summer wine
This is the first Wine Society own label from the smallest of the Crus Beaujolais. Beautiful scented notes of red
From the second most widely planted wine grape in Argentina (Malbec being the first); Bonarda is mostly used for the
After many years as chief winemaker at the local co-operative, Rocco Pasetti started his own venture with 30 hectares around
As the name suggests, this summery wine blossoms in the glass. It boasts juicy peach and nectarine flavours with a
Picked just before the botrytis develops, resulting in a zesty and refreshing style with flavours of green apple and pear...