Summertime calls for some mouthwatering favourites that you can splash around at a terrific price. 12 of them – many glittering with awards – can be found right here! JUST $98 a bottle today – plus receive a bottle of The Black Stump Durif Shiraz 2020 – yours FREE!
Zingy fresh Trebbiano from the sun-kissed vineyards of Italy's Abruzzo region. Full of crisp, citrus, pear and deliciate stone fruit character. It's an easy going, staple in the fridge, any time sort of wine. Not to mention it's terrific value!
Pure Syrah is rarely found in the wines of the Languedoc Roussillon, it's usually reserved for the pricy reds of the northern Rhône. From the warm, ripe 2019 vintage and vineyards close to Corbièries, this has dark, smoky black fruit and spice.
The Van Zellers have been making wine in Portugal's Douro for 15 generations and produce some of its finest reds. This is no exception. It's packed with luscious ripe red fruit and spice with hints of violet and plush ripe tannins. Rich and warming.
For classic Loire Sauvignon with grassy, citrus elegance, you won't do better than this flagship white. It's from the Bougrier family estate and crafted by sixth generation winemaker Noel. An excellent, great value alternative to Sancerre.
The Manzanos family have 125 years of wine history to draw upon as grape growers. Yet far from being hidebound by tradition, they are some of the region’s most innovative and exciting producers. Since 2010, the fifth generation, brothers David and Victor, have been at the helm, thrust into the limelight after the death of their father. Their modern winery is in the heart of the region, where the rivers Ebro and Ega come together, and here they enjoy superb terroir for growing grapes.
Every vintage, winemaker Alan Kennett pulls out all the stops to create another sublime ‘Stump’. He combines Australia's two powerhouse grapes – Shiraz and Durif – to make a super-charged black red, packed with ripe velvety fruit layered with spice.
They say Muscat is the only wine that actually tastes of grapes, and in the case of Escudo de Oro it’s a zesty mouthful of cool, crisp, freshly picked grapes. One of the most dazzling, aromatic and refreshing whites you’re likely to try this year.
Montepulciano is the top red grape of Italy's Abruzzo, in La Chiamata showing off all its deliciously silky, ripe red fruit and juicy plum charm. It's an easy going, any time sort of wine, and terrific value too, the last vintage winning Gold.
Craig and Sarah are the couple behind this super zippy Kiwi white. Craig first cut his teeth managing the vineyards of Cloudy Bay and Dog Point, while Sarah worked at Grove Mill and Spy Valley. In 2007, they decided it was time to plant their own vineyard and found a premium piece of land in Marlborough that ticked all the boxes. It lies between Villa Maria and Wither Hills and was originally a dairy farm. They ploughed, tended, woke up the soil, and planted it. With only one grape, mind – you guessed it, Sauvignon Blanc.
Decanter reminds us “how fantastic today’s best Sicilian wines are”. That’s certainly true of this crisp, fruity Pinot Grigio from Scipione Giuliani, the genius behind our bestselling Il Papavero range. A fresh, juicy Pinot Grigio, great value too.
We know the fresh Pinot Grigios of NE Italy, but less familiar are the great value wines of Abruzzo on the east coast. The region produces plummy Montepulciano reds and ripe zesty Pinot Grigio. Enjoy here lots of bright, juicy peach and apple notes.