Some of you will (hopefully) be all too familiar with our wine drinking mission but just in case you’re new (*waves hello*) or you’ve forgotten our ethos, here’s a quick reminder:
We aim to get the UK population to move out of their comfort zone and experiment with some of the fantastic lesser-known wines and grapes on offer.
Hesitant? Don’t be! We are here to help with #swapgrapes the basic principle of which is "If you like x why not try y?" with x being a tried-and-tested favourite variety and y being an exciting alternative which you might not have tried before.
We add a new suggestion every month for how you can #swapgrapes so keep an eye out for the hashtag, and the images below, on social media.
Light and easy drinking.
TDD recommends: 2015 Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Viticolo Venea, Italy
#3wordtastingnote: crisp, citrus, lovely
£9.50/btl (only £8.55 to DD members)
Key here is freshness, no oak and some zesty aromatics.
TDD recommends: 2017 Olaszrizling, Gere, Hungary
#3wordtastingnote: refreshing, spicy, clean
£12./btl (only £10.80 to DD members)
A gentle, fruity red that’s not too challenging on the palate.
TDD recommends: 2015 Kotsifali, Lyrarakis, Greece
#3wordtastingnote: subtle, mid-weight, delicious
£10.50/bottle (only £9.45 to DD members)
Next red coming in June...