Be ad­ven­tur­ous in 2017

Central and North Burnett Times - - CLASSIFIEDS -

IF YOU are like most wine buy­ers you will of­ten scan the shelves at your favourite out­let and then go back to a la­bel you are al­ready fa­mil­iar with.

Just some­times you’ll stray from what you al­ready know and that’s usu­ally be­cause of a spe­cial price.

With that in mind I’d like to of­fer you six new la­bels to add to your favourites as we start 2017.

All the fol­low­ing va­ri­eties are avail­able at BWS and Dan Mur­phy’s.


2014 Chardon­nay Here is a Cal­i­for­nian white that re­flects the rich­ness of a renown wine grow­ing dis­trict. RAT­ING: 95/100 RRP: $34


2015 Caber­net Sau­vi­gnon A boun­ti­ful red from Chile re­flect­ing choco­late and black cher­ries. Per­fect with herby dishes and red meats. RAT­ING: 93/100 RRP: $17


2015 Pinot Gri­gio Imag­ine your­self sit­ting down in a small cafe in Rome and or­der­ing a pasta dish. Here is the wine you'd choose from their lo­cal wine list. Fresh and fruit filled. RAT­ING: 93/100 RRP: $13


Prosecco Start off any meal with a glass or two of this lively bub­bly from Italy. Soft and fruity. RAT­ING: 93/100 RRP: $16


2015 Rose

A light crisp rose from France. Chill down and en­joy with a Sunday af­ter­noon bar­be­cue or put in the pic­nic bas­ket. RAT­ING: 93/100 RRP: $18


Fine Tawny Port

After the meal sit back and re­lax with glass of one of Por­tu­gal's lead­ing ports. El­e­gant and mel­low. RAT­ING: 95/100 RRP: $26

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