This week, we bring you the soft flavours of Merlot wine. It is one of the primary grapes used in Bordeaux wine, but it seldom goes alone; it is a popular grape for blending with sterner, later-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon, resulting in some of the selections shown below.
Dry Riesling is recognized for it's fruity and aromatic grapes that retain a high acidity level. Pair a dry Riesling with spicy Thai or Indian dishes and serve them "fridge cold" for a great wine experience!
Sure, Roast Beef is amazing, but Roast Lamb is far more exquisite! Tender, juicy, and packed full of flavours, this is what Sunday Roasts should be about. Pair that with a Pinot Noir of your choice, and wow, we're in heaven.