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Californian and Australasian winese from Vivas

24 September 2008 by
Californian and Australasian winese from Vivas

Furious Boar Pink Zinfandel from California, a 10% abv red, is a lighter option for those not looking for anything too alcoholic.

The Zinfandel grape variety is described as being particularly popular among younger women, and the wine is characterised by blueberry fruit spiked with creamy vanilla.

If you're looking for a big wine with finesse, you could consider Tatachilla Cabernet Shiraz from the McLaren Vale in South Australia. This 14.5% abv wine has light, "pretty" aromas that sit atop dark fruit to produce a deep and satisfying flavour.

For a lighter alternative, serve the fresh-tasting Spy Mountain Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. Described as a suitable alternative to Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio, this refreshing citrus wine is tinged with sweet peach and apricot and has an abv of 12.5%.

To buy it, call 0870 366 3100
Vivas

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