People often consider March to be the bleakest wine month of the year.
To get you through this boring transitional month, I’ve chosen an eclectic selection of wines that highlight both the new world of wine, and the old.
I’ve chosen a wine made in a traditional style, an organic wine, one biodynamic wine and even a vegan wine which is not only a delicious find, but it’s also low alcohol too.
Roll on spring!
Les 7 Cru Blanc de Blanc NV champagne by Agrapart Et Fils
Sparkling wine – £57.99
Exquisite entry-level grower Champagne. Fine bubbles. Apples and white flowers. Elegant mouthfeel. A real beauty. Get it here.
Screaming Betty Vermentino by Delinquent Wine Co
White – £15
Unfiltered. Unfined. Refreshing citrus bomb. Organic. Vegan. Only 10% alcohol. Get it here.
Uhlen Blaufusser Lay Riesling by Heymann-Löwenstein
White – £26
Full-bodied Dry Riesling. Flinty nose. Nectarine ripeness. Wicked acidity. Get it here.
Ralphs Dry Grown Grenache by Jauma
Red – £39
Chompy. Rich. Intense but delicate nose. Best paired with red meat. Get it here.
Singulier Trousseau by Stephane Tissot
Red – £34
Biodynamic. Beautiful. Sweet ripe cherry. Serve slightly chilled. Get it here.
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