As the seasons change, so do many of our drinking habits. Here are five great reds to try for autumn...
There is no use denying it any more, autumn is upon those of us in the northern hemisphere.
It is a time of year that kick-starts lots of changes.
We move towards heartwarming dishes to keep the impending chill at bay and in line with seasonal ingredients, and so it makes sense to alter our drinking habits to suit.
Here’s some great red wines to ward off the cooler evenings.
If you’re in the southern half of the world, you might want our summer wine ideas.
Red wine for autumn: Five to try
Utiel-Requena, west of Valencia, is arid and hot. This gives the Bobal grapes muscle and intensity. Redcurrant and blackberry aromas
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EQ stands for equilibrium, and Matetic have cultivated low yielding vines to biodynamic standards for their premium label. This brooding
La Riojana utilise the high altitude landscape of the Famatina Valley, in the Argentinian region of La Rioja, to produced
By incorporating grape varieties that are fairly new to the Barossa Valley, and using good old Shiraz as a base,