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Welcome to our latest seasonal pack with all the best bits; what we’re sippin’ and enjoying at the moment, what pairs well with seasonal food and what to drink as it starts to warm up and spring is in the air.
A ripe, fun, sunshine wine. Grapes from Southern Italy, Puglia – the heel of Italy. Fiano is normally used in wines from the Almalfi coast and has a distinctive flavour of fresh almalfi lemons. This refreshing, easy-going wine is perfect for an after-work glass in the garden.
What is a Bagnum you ask? Well it is in-fact a magnum in a bag! The packaging keeps the wine fresh and smashable for weeks, saving both the environment (up to 80% lower carbon emissions than glass packaged wines) and your wallet.
This beautiful dry Rose made from cinsault grapes which come from Nyons in the central Rhône Valley. It’s Pale, Juicy and very moreish.
Not many people have heard of the Zweigelt and it just doesn’t get enough recognition. An Austrian grape is very similar to pinot noir, easy to drink with plenty of refreshing tart red fruit. These are exactly the kind of wines that are amazing to drink this time of the year.