Six Wines To Fire Up The BBQ Season

The days are longer, the sun is warmer, and May (with its bank holidays) has arrived. That can only mean one thing - BBQs! So, it's time to clean up the grill, locate the firelighters, and cremate a sausage or two on the Weber (other brands are also available).
So, the following are our liquid recommendations to enhance your alfresco dining experience:
Anton Bauer Gmirk 2018 - A fantastic single vineyard Gruner Veltliner, full of fresh tropical fruit, with a long crisp finish. Perfect with the season’s asparagus, or some grilled halloumi.
Dorrance Blanc 2018 - Gloriously textured Viogner from a Frenchman in South Africa. Throw some shrimps on the braai and this will work a treat! 
Domaine du Peras Rose 2018 - The sun has begun to shine so it must be rose o’clock! This is a great example of a pale ‘pink', from the south of France, with lovely dry strawberry fruit. 
Las Piedras Malbec 2018 - Lovely juicy fruit, structure and balance. An Argentine classic. Great with your finest homemade burgers.  
Alves de Sousa Caldas 2016 - Medium bodied with dark fruit, and a little spice, make this an ideal companion to lamb chops cooked with rosemary and garlic. 
David Traeger Three Centuries Shiraz 2011 - Plum and mulberry fruit, that Heathcote eucalyptus, and a little oak. Not overly alcoholic and an excellent partner of red meat.
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Domaine du Peras Rosé
Domaine du Peras Cinsault Rosé 2020, Pays d'Oc, France


Dorrance Blanc 2019 Western Cape
Dorrance Blanc 2020 Western Cape, South Africa


Pannunzio Las Piedras Malbec 2018, Mendoza, Argentina
Pannunzio Las Piedras Malbec 2020, Mendoza, Argentina


Anton Bauer Gruner Veltliner Gmirk
Anton Bauer Gmirk Grüner Veltliner 2020, Wagram, Austria


David Traeger Three Centuries Shiraz
David Traeger Three Centuries Shiraz 2016, Victoria, Australia