Each of these crowd-pleasing bottles has received glowing reviews from those who matter most to us - you! These are a great way to try something new with a guarantee of quality from your fellow Waitrose wine lovers.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:453330 This is a classic red blend of Syrah and Grenache grown on old vines in the
craggy hillside vineyards of Cabrières. The region is cooler than surrounding
appellations, meaning the grapes ripen at a slower pace and achieve more freshness, finer tannins and lovely complex fruit and spice characters. Available exclusively online at waitrosecellar.com
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:863222 This wine is a blend of 80% Monastrell and 20% Syrah, aged for 12 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels. It has complex aromas of black fruit compote, spicy hints of cinnamon and incense and a fantastically juicy, fruity palate packed with mulberry and blueberry flavours. The perfect partner for grilled meats.
Alc vol:13.50% | Line no:045811 A deep, opulent ruby-red wine with an aromatic nose and palate, showing intense red berry fruit flavours and a hint of spice. It has a sweet, long
finish and, in comparison with an Argentinian Malbec, will taste softly plummier. This has the scale and intensity to work with big flavours, such as chilli con carne.
Alc vol:13.00% | Line no:835951 Named after an area in Cape Town renowned for its lively scene full of street artists and live music, this wine has been created to reflect that vibe. It’s an invigorating wine with bright, juicy, tropical fruits and zesty, fresh citrus flavours, ideal served as an apéritif or alfresco with salads.
Alc vol:12.00% | Line no:824336 This is a brilliant example of a southern French Sauvignon Blanc. With a touch more restraint than its New Zealand counterparts, there is still plenty of citrus and gooseberry fruit flavour. It’s bright, refreshing, satisfying and a perfect wind-down apéritif, or pair with fish dishes. Available exclusively online at
Alc vol:13.00% | Line no:739412 Pecorino is a lesser-known indigenous Italian grape variety (with no link to the Pecorino cheese), and this is a delightful, typically Italian wine with plenty of style and character. There are fresh, fruity, tropical notes on the nose, a subtle, delicate florality and enticing minerality on the palate. It’s perfect with most fish dishes.
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