Top 10 wines in the UK press

Victoria Moore and Matthew Jukes pick out the same “very classy wine” this week and Terry Kirby recommends a “wonderfully elegant” red for “enjoying in the garden”.

Newspaper stackWriting in the Daily Telegraph, Moore’s description of the wine both she and Jukes recommended, was “the best £5 Cava I have tried in quite a while.”

She added: “Still, if you really don’t like Cava, you probably won’t like this. It’s pretty good, though, and a miracle at the price: made for Tesco by the Cava giant Codorníu.”

In the Daily Mail Jukes agreed that this was a bargain wine, writing: “Don’t be put off by the price because this is a very classy wine.”

In The Independent, Kirby’s recommendation was for a “gorgeous, medium-bodied, early summer red”, he added that the wine is “perfect on the lunch table, hopefully in the garden.”

Click through the following pages to find out which wines these, and other writers in the UK press, have recommended over the last seven days.

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