A simple, affordable expression of white Burgundy from Marks and Spencer, the M&S Bourgogne is suitable for vegans and retails under £10. Easy to drink - but definitely made better with a delicious vegan Alfredo pasta dish.
The ideal wine to pair with risotto? White Burgundy! Here's what I thought of Sainsburys' La Terrasse Chablis alongside homemade risotto.
Sainsbury's Marlborough Sauvignon: this Taste the Difference vegan Sauvignon is from Coolwater Bay in New Zealand, offering everything you expect, at a very decent price.
Albariño: found in some of the lesser-known areas of Northern Spain, this distinctive white grape is starting to make itself known in the worldly wine circles. If you're looking for a vegan-friendly Albariño, Val do Xuliana Albarino is good place to start.
The most widely planted white grape in South Africa, Western Cape Chenin Blanc can be good matches for curries. Whilst pleasant and reasonably priced, The Fair Mile FairTrade Chenin Blanc came off a little flabby with dinner.
Happy International White Wine Day 2019! If you're still trying to work out how August has crept up so quickly, maybe this lovely vegan-friendly Viognier from Sainsbury's' Taste the Difference range will be able to help. Great flavours and an even better price tag.
Bone-dry but with hints of rich lime and tropical fruit, this Chilean Sauvignon Blanc from Waitrose Cellar was a good find for under £10.
Full-bodied and floral, this Marsanne from Aldi's Exquisite Collection is a really nice find for £5.99 Read on for tasting notes and food pairings for Marsanne wines.
After tasting a Pinot Grigio from Morrisons recently, how would one from Aldi at the same price point compare? Very well, as it happens!
Light, aromatic and incredibly versatile, Pinot Grigio is a popular choice for many white wine lovers. Morrisons' Trentino Pinot Grigio is a stellar example of the grape, and a great match for beautiful beetroot risotto!