Warming Easter Wines This Breezy Weekend

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This Easter Bank Holiday may not be the sunniest, but our selection of easy drinking tipples (including non alcoholic) will put a smile on your face.















Echo Falls Alcohol Free Sparkling Infusion
This delicious combination of sparkling grape juice and premium green tea contains no alcohol whatsoever, so teetotallers, expectant mums, and people who need to keep a clear head can raise their glasses with the rest of them. And with just 26 calories per 100ml, your waistline will love it too. Served chilled in a champagne flute. From Asda, £5.00.

Nederburg 56 Hundred is a South African drinks range started by Phillipus Wolvaart in 1791. He paid 5600 guilder for land whose vineyards today produce robust drinks with vibrant flavours, in all popular grape varieties.

2015 Pinot Grigio and 2014 Shiraz

2015 Pinot Grigio and 2014 Shiraz

Nederburg 2015 Pinot Grigio, 12.5% abv
This white sports a peachy palette and lively flora bouquet. Pair with Italian dishes and lightly spiced Asian food. From Tesco, £5.75.

Nederburg 2014 Shiraz, 13.5% abv
A weighty offering reminiscent of dark chocolate and plum notes. We savoured the long peppery finish and hints of oregano. Enjoy alongside lamb and roasted red meat dishes. From Tesco, £5.75.

Don Lotario Navarra Gran Reserva 2005, 14% abv
This Spanish red combines Merlot, Graciano, Tempranillo & Garnacha grapes that are aged for 36 months in French and American oak barrels. A further 7 years bottling creates a soft and juicy, fragrant wine that marries well with roast lamb. On offer from Virgin Wines £8.99.

Grant’s Family Reserve Whisky 40% abv, (70cl) – see featured image.
With over 125 years of whisky making experience, Grant’s is the world’s oldest family owned blended Scotch whisky and the perfect whisky to enjoy with family. Rich and malty in flavour, enjoy it with dark chocolate, as a treat after your Sunday roast.

Grant’s facts: Grant’s Family Reserve was named ‘Best Scotch Blend’ at the World Whiskies Awards 2013. See Grant’s Whisky for more information.

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