Looking for a fine wine to go with your holiday feasting or simply dinner over the weekend? Here are some suggestions
In this holiday and festive season, we bring you a compilation of great wines to dine with your family and loved ones.
Lindeman’s Early Harvest Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Lindeman’s Early Harvest wines are 25 per cent lighter in alcohol and calories. You can enjoy a great tasting wine that is lighter.
These wines are crafted from selected parcels of grapes harvested from early-ripening regions in South-eastern Australia.
The range has 11 varieties including red, white, sweet and sparkling styles. Try the Semillon Sauvignon Blanc for starters.
Available at Cold Storage. $24.90
Penfolds Koonunga Hill Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2008
This wine’s fine fruit flavour is balanced by natural acidity, resulting in a crisp, dry wine that suits salads, seafood and
Premium grapes from the Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hills have been carefully selected and blended to maintain consistent style and quality. The two varieties complement each other, with Semillon supplying the middle palate and length, and Sauvignon Blanc the fresh and lifted bouquet.
Available at Cold Storage, FairPrice and Giant. $31.75
Wynns Coonawarra Estate’s Michael Shiraz 2010
Named after proprietor David Wynn’s young son, this wine has been revived with the superb 1990 vintage.
The fruit comes from the best vineyards in Coonawarra and is only made in years when grapes are of extraordinarily high quality.
Available at Vine & Leaf, Changi Airport and Marketplace. $131
Wolf Blass Red Label Pink Moscato (Non-vintage)
This is a deliciously-sweet and refreshing bubbly with luscious berry and summer fruit flavours, aromas of rose and musk, and a delicate pink hue.
This Pink Moscato boasts a rich opulent palate bursting with sweet fruit and floral flavours that are carried along by the effervescent spritz of bubbles to a clean, fresh, crisp finish with a hint of spicy musk.
Available at Cold Storage, FairPrice and Giant. $24.90