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May’s Classic Mixed selections take us on a rollicking flavour journey from Australia, to Greece, a two-bottle stop-over in British Columbia, and then to France, before jetting back to the Napa Valley’s prettiest vineyards. Let’s start with a pair of whites that are polar opposites: an easybreezy aromatic blend from Down Undah, and an ultra-serious Greek white from the glorious island of Santorini - think white villas with cobalt blue roofs and turquoise sea. It’s made from the Assyrtiko grape, and if you love Chablis wines, this is going to thrill you. A completely individual Rosé made from the, ahem, Marquette grape is dry and snappy, and made for a Spring pasta primavera. I chose a Pinot Noir from the south of France where a great Burgundy producer has established an outpost for excellent value wines. It shows the warmer side of Pinot Noir, but with a proper spine of minerality. I’ve included a fleshy B.C. Merlot from Hillside, where Kathy Malone, a winemaker I respect enormously, makes delicious, confident wines. Finally a voluptuous red from a producer I adore - Marietta Cellars - that shows how wine can be gargantuan and elegant at the same time. You’ll want to fire up the grill for this one, and char some meat - ideally some wild boar sausages to match the wine’s label! Here’s to glorious May, and wine to match.

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May’s Classic Mixed selections take us on a rollicking flavour journey from Australia, to Greece, a two-bottle stop-over in British Columbia, and then to France, before jetting back to the Napa Valley’s prettiest vineyards. Let’s start with a pair of whites that are polar opposites: an easybreezy aromatic blend from Down Undah, and an ultra-serious Greek white from the glorious island of Santorini - think white villas with cobalt blue roofs and turquoise sea. It’s made from the Assyrtiko grape, and if you love Chablis wines, this is going to thrill you. A completely individual Rosé made from the, ahem, Marquette grape is dry and snappy, and made for a Spring pasta primavera. I chose a Pinot Noir from the south of France where a great Burgundy producer has established an outpost for excellent value wines. It shows the warmer side of Pinot Noir, but with a proper spine of minerality. I’ve included a fleshy B.C. Merlot from Hillside, where Kathy Malone, a winemaker I respect enormously, makes delicious, confident wines. Finally a voluptuous red from a producer I adore - Marietta Cellars - that shows how wine can be gargantuan and elegant at the same time. You’ll want to fire up the grill for this one, and char some meat - ideally some wild boar sausages to match the wine’s label! Here’s to glorious May, and wine to match.

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  • Greece

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