Summer Wine Choices

  • Riesling

Riesling is one of the most complex white wines you can get. While it is sweet and thick like cool nectar, the dry varieties of Rieslings can be found from producers in both Germany and America. Washington is well known for its excellent Riesling. It is characterized by crisp acidity and notes of peach, pear and apricot. This is available in sulphite free wine form, too.

  • Pinot Noir

Are you in search of a red that won’t make you instantly daze off under the summer heat? Pinot Noir is therefore a grape that you will love when it has been squeezed and fermented into a bottle of fab wine. It has the juicy complexity of wines such as cabernet sauvignon yet with a fraction of the body. Its light and pleasant mouthfeel make it ideal as an easygoing start to absolutely any meal and this wine, in particular, will appeal heavily to lovers of red who are attempting to keep things on the airy side.

  • Rose

Rose is a style that applies to a great many selections of wine.  Though there are several different ways that you can produce rose, the result is that no matter what, crisp acidity and transparent pink colour with a light colour.

  • Pinot Grigio

A very popular white wine that you can find at tables all year round. We wouldn’t want to miss out that this is a fantastic wine for the summertime thanks to the fact that it’s light nature and it often has notes of mango, pineapple and guava. This grants the racy acidity of pinot grigio and makes it an excellent wine for pairing with vinegary food and there are very few wines that can beat this exact grape when it comes to the matter of pairing with seafood.

  • Moscato

While a dry white wine can often be just what the doctor ordered, sometimes people want something a tad sweeter. This is what people are looking for. It’s acidic, but it’s soft enough to carry with it creamy notes of lime, gerbs and even tropical mango. A great bottle of sauvignon blanc can be the star of the show when it comes to warm summer evenings. With how popular this grape is, it won’t be too hard to find a strong example of this style without having to spend too much.

  • Sauvignon Blanc

Perfect for light chicken dinners and the vast majority of seafood. When people envisage the perfect summer white, Sauvignon Blanc is quite often the obvious choice.

  • Chardonnay

There are very few wine varieties out there that come close to the creaminess of Chardonnay. While it’s not what most people may think of when they consider chardonnay. It can match any butter taste and creamy tones that you can think of. The summer breeze paired with a plate of scallops and melted leeks with a cool glass of chardonnay is warmed weather elegance that is hard to compete with. Why not try a preservative-free wine variety?

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