Morrisons Touraine Sauvignon Blanc

I was treated the other night. A local restaurant was hosting a wine tasting event to showcase the best of their selection. I say “treated” not because it was a great selection of wine, but just because I enjoy sampling different wines so much and having the opportunity to compare them. There was only one of six I actually liked. … Read More

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Morrisons Chilean Carmenere

The word ‘Chilean’ is pretty much redundant here. That’s because most of the Carmenere vines left in the world are in Chile, and I’d be very surprised to see any wines made elsewhere with this grape sat on our supermarkets’ shelves. Apparently, it was long mistaken for Merlot, until the advent of DNA testing. Which for me at least, conjures … Read More

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Morrisons Côtes du Rhône Villages

Morrisons has been winning plaudits for its wine selection since its big re-launch. I’d obviously mentioned my curiosity about it pretty often, because my wife decided to indulge it by buying me a mixed case from the selection. Good times. Choosing where to start was never going to be easy, but I plumped for this own brand Côtes du Rhône … Read More

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