With the shorter days and cooler nights slowly creeping in tastes change from light summery Rosé's to more medium-bodied juice. In no particular order, here's our top 4 to take a look at
Radford Hills, Thirst Gamay 2020
Another one from South African drinking buddies Ben Radford and Alex Dale aka Radford Dales. Gamay isn't the most renowned grape in South Africa, but the vines planted in 1984 produce some superb fruit. Nice and light but by no means simple. Gentle tannins and delicate fruit aromas make for an overall super smashable. Incredibly wallet friendly at only £16
Patrick Bouju, Sein Pour Sein 2019
A rare beauty from the master Patrick Bouju of Domaine La Boheme. Sein Pour Sein is all you want from a Pinot Noir, full of cherries, dark fruits and juicer than a Ribena on a summers afternoon. At 13.5% its got some punch to it and perfect for the upcoming cooler nights.
Les Vignes de Babass, Joseph Anne Francoise 2018
Another incredible wine from the king of Loire, Babass. 100% Chenin from the Loire Valley which are hand-harvested, fermented using indigenous yeasts with no fining, filtering or added SO2. Overall a round, creamy, rich everyday white wine with lovely acidity. Has great ageing potential.
Domaine Thuronis, Carbonic Invasion
Merlot as you have never experienced before! Made in full carbonic maceration without any additions, fining or filtering and absolutely bursting with energy and gluggable red fruit notes. Perfect Autumn wine right here
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