Wines Best for Summer
Posted on July 16, 2017 by Abbelio Wines | 0 comments
- Pinot Noir: it’s a red wine variety, originated in Burgundy. Its aromas are most of cherry, strawberry, and raspberry when it’s young. It would show tastes of liquorice and cooked beet tops when it’s aging. We carry 2010 Wild South Pinot Noir, which tastes refreshing and cool and suitable for drinking in summer.
- Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé: The most different from Cabernet Sauvignon is not stored in wooden barrel, so the style is simpler and clearer, with higher acidity, good matches with many foods, e.g. fried chicken cold dish, potato salad and pound cake, etc.
- Riesling: it’s sweet and white, young wine. It’s very suitable for drinking in summer, and best matches for fish and meet. We carry 2013 Sevenhill Inigo Riesling. The leaner, more savory side comes from the slate soil parcel, whilst the more generous citrus fruit flavors are delivered by the grapes grown on the richer, redder soils. The end result is an attractive, fruit-forward white with a crisp freshness.)