A very warm welcome to the latest Top Tips post which – as ever – pinpoints wines that I consider represent exceptional value for money.
In these (or any) inflationary times, finding reliable, well-made wine at modest prices becomes increasingly difficult for wine lovers with restricted budgets.
And the see-saw that comes with general inflation often means that where prices do not go up, quality frequently comes down.
So, as a helping hand through the increasingly challenging “wine aisle maze”, today’s post highlights a Portuguese red many MidWeekers will remember as providing stand-out quality for its price.
As one extra bit of assistance, hyperlinks and pictures are provided to ensure that you are buying the correct wine.
So, re-visit an old friend.
I have raved over this red from Portugal’s Lisboa region over several years so am delighted to be able to commend it once again since its consistent quality makes it a great value purchase – especially at less than £6.
Bright and bold with subtle hints of sweetness, Rabo de Gala Vinho Tinto (£5.95 at Iceland and The Food Warehouse) delivers medium bodied, yet intense, cherry blackcurrant and prune flavours complemented by good acidity, firm tannin and hints of clove and mace.
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