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June 26, 2020 Comments (0) Views: 273 Good Wine Revolution

Weeknight Wines

No need to wait for the weekend! Weekday evenings in the summer are delightful, and reason enough to celebrate at home with wine. This delicious collection from Spain, Italy, France, Argentina and the US comes with food pairing suggestions from B+C founder and Sommelier, Rob Nellis.

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Aymar ICE, Spain

Aymar ICE is classified as ‘Extra Dry’ but has a wonderful fruit-forward entry reminiscent of gold delicious apple, honeysuckle and crushed white flowers. A creamy, mouth-filling mousse and zesty spritz of acidity lead to a crisp, baking spice-accented finish. Enjoy on the rocks with a twist of citrus for a delicious aperitif.

 

Agronika Pinot Grigio Ramato, Italy

Showing a gorgeous orange salmon colour, this wine has flavours of stone fruit, golden apple and beeswax that mingle with aromas of ripe citrus and pear.

 

Pascal Aufranc Probus, France

Aromas of ripe black fruit alongside a savoury, roasted character. The palate is rich and ample, adding violets, peonies and mocha notes with fine grained, elegant tannins.

 

Tenuta Olim Bauda La Villa, Italy

This is big, concentrated and modern, with loads of ripe, dark fruits alongside clove, anise and floral notes. It has more tannic grip than most Barbera d’Asti; Olim Bauda always does a terrific job of balancing the grape’s high natural acidity with impressive depth and weight. A delicious example of what this grape is capable of when in the right hands.

 

Barnard Griffin Chardonnay, USA

The nose is enticing with aromatics of sweet spice and subtle tropical fruit. The plate follows suit with its subtle, discreet oak spice, citrus and yellow apple. Hints of flint and mineral along with lifted acidity add to the rounded finish.

 

Alandes Malbec, Argentina 

 
This full-bodied Malbec is wise beyond its years. Full of dried berries, cocoa, leather and gravel, the fruit is beautifully integrated, dancing between bright acidity and soft, supple tannins.

 

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