Wines recommended in the press

After the excess of Christmas and New Year it can be difficult to know what wines to enjoy in January, but the UK press’s wine experts have some tips for you.

Wines in the UK pressMatthew Jukes picks out an Italian red, which he describes as a “luxurious wine with a huge amount of appeal for the price tag”, while Victoria Moore highlights “one of the best cheap sweet wines around”.

With the winter chills firmly fixed in January, Olly Smith picks out a late bottled vintage Port, which he says has, “sweet spank and kicking exuberant fruity flavours”.

Take a look through the following pages to see what other wines have been recommended in the UK press.

One Response to “Wines recommended in the press”

  1. “A sweet spank”?

    What IS that, exactly?

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