Six of the Best Restau­rant wines

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2015 Do­maine Lasserre

Ju­rançon

(£7 per 37.5cl; Co-op­er­a­tive) An en­tic­ingly scrump­tious dessert wine from south­west France. Crack­ing value com­pared with Sauternes.

2017 The so­ci­ety’s

White ri­oja

(£8.50, The Wine So­ci­ety) A deeply de­li­cious white – fresh, creamy, nutty – that

works with all dishes.

2016 er­razuriz es­tate

se­ries Pinot noir

(£10.50, Ma­jes­tic) A delectably suc­cu­lent Pinot

from Chile – im­pec­ca­bly made and gen­er­ously priced.

2015 cor­ney & Bar­row

re­serve claret

(£13.50, Cor­ney & Bar­row) Text­book claret pro­duced by the cel­e­brated Sichel fam­ily of chateaux Angludet

and Palmer fame.

2015 Terre à Terre rouge

(£18, Vagabond Wines) A sat­is­fy­ing, French-made Aussie blend of Shi­raz, Cab

Sauv and Cab Franc.

2012 Quinta Do no­val

un­fil­tered LBV

(£22.50, Ocado) A Late Bottled Vintage port of real style, ideal for cut­ting a dash

on a bud­get.

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