Wine Tips


1. Michel Lynch Medoc Reserve:

Deep red in colour and well balanced with rounded tannins. This Merlot – Cabernet Sauvignon blend was aged in French oak barrels. Very good with any roasted meat.

2. Chateau de Potiron La Tradition Limited Edition:

This Bordeaux is predominantly cabernet sauvignon. It’s rich and goes well with roast beef. Perfect wine to start your evening with.

3. Domaine De La Baume Cabernet Sauvignon:

No matter what I have during the week, I’ll always come back to this label at least once in a week. Super with a nice piece of steak or rack of lamb. This wine has the right intensity and my family loves it!

4. B&G Rose:

Very easy on the palate for this rose that is made from the Syrah varietal. Crisp & lively with grapefruit aroma.

5. Belleruche Cotes Du Rhone Blanc:

I’ve always loved French whites, and this is light to medium body with some citrus on the nose. Very enjoyable.

6. HXM Halbtrocken Riesling:

If you’re looking for a dessert wine with a hint of sweetness and easy to drink, this is something for you. Enjoy it with chocolate mousse or even soft cheese.

7. Dr Loosen Riesling:

This is something that I’ll drink on a hot afternoon while working from home. I’ll have it very chilled and go with some cured meat, Voila!!!

8. Banfi Collepino:

This is a blend of Merlot & Sangoviese and I love it chilled. Very easy wine to go with your pepperoni pizza!

9. Terra Linda Chardonnay:

This is one Spanish Chardonnay that I liked a lot. It surprised me the first time I tried this label. Citrusy with smokey accent. Trust me! This will be better than what you expect. Definitely one of the better Chardonnay from Spain!

10. Bessa Valley Cabernet Enira:

Now, if you’ve not tried wines from Bulgaria, it’s about time you do!!! Round and full bodied. This is so so good that it’s a must try. I won’t spoil it for you. Just take my word for it!

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