Wine: Get your paints out with a wine label that's designed to be coloured in

M&S Colour Me Chilean Sauvignon Blanc 2017, Chile (£8, Marks & Spencer, in store only)
Dawn Egan

Fancy something different? Here’s a few treats in the shops now...

M&S Colour Me Chilean Sauvignon Blanc 2017, Chile (£8, Marks & Spencer, in store only). M&S have partnered with colouring book artist Daisy Fletcher, to create a wine label that’s designed to be coloured in. Having poured yourself a glass of this fresh Sauvignon Blanc, with just the right measure of greenness and a lovely limey, tangy finish, the idea is to bring to life Fletcher’s paradise and colour in the birds, flowers and insects.

El Viaje de Ramon Garnacha 2017 by Ramon Bilbao, Rioja, Spain (£9.99, The Co-operative, in store only)

Far from frivolous, pale, pink Rosés can be just as characterful as reds and whites, and the fresh fruit component needs to be crisp and dry yet bursting with flavour. A delightful fresh Rosé, with a bright, lively character marked by redcurrant fruits and well balanced acidity on the juicy finish. A must for your autumn collection and for those who just love Rosé wine.


Taste the Difference Cotes Du Ventoux Rhone Valley 2016, France (£10, Sainsbury’s)

This is a generous red that brings a smile from the very first sip.

A rhapsody of raspberry and

spice, the peppery bouquet

teases the senses and the velvety smooth palate is saturated with lush berry fruits, with a spike of earthy liquorice on the sweetly ripe finish. This Ventoux pairs well with stews, cold cuts, mixed grills and wild fowl – a winter warmer...

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