Virgin Wines : Review


After writing features on ale, cocktails and whisky, it’s only natural that one’s attention is turned to wine. To be specific, Virgin Wine.

Wine is something I’ve grown to love with age. Whether it’s to accompany a BBQ on a summer’s day, or a post-dinner, under duvet glass while watching a movie in winter, there’s always a wine to fit the situation.

Virgin WinesI still see a bottle of wine as a luxury, much more so than any other sort of drink. It should be a luxury but sometimes that can be a risk. I know some things about wine – about what I do and don’t like. It’s the unknown that puts me off experimenting. What if I pick up something and it’s basically like chip-shop vinegar? What if it’s awful?

This is where Virgin Wines comes in to help you. They source the good stuff for you, ensuring that you don’t end up with something that really shouldn’t be in your glass. Their online wine guide is there to walk novices (like me) through the world of wine. They can also provide you with a mixed case, allowing you to try new wines and discover more about what suits your palate. It’s a glorious experimentation. An expedition through the world’s vineyards without leaving your home!

Six Bottles

I received a 6 bottle case of Virgin Wines and was happy with what arrived. Like most people, I like getting treats through the mail, and this big red box certainly gave me a big grin when it arrived. Inside was three bottles of red wine, two white and one bottle of Prosecco. As someone for whom Rosé has never captured my imagination, this was perfect.

Virgin Wines

Two of the bottles were from South Australian winemakers 16 Little Black Pigs – a 2015 Chardonnay and a Cabernet Sauvignon 2014. Also, from Chile’s Maipo Valley region, a Perez Cruz Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva 2013. Deep burgundy with berries and a warm spiciness.

Virgin Wines

Emma’s eyes lit up when she saw the Il Cortile Sereno Prosecco Brut NV, and who can blame her. My red wine palette had a further treat in store with Domaine Andre Brunel Vin de Pays de Vaucluse 2014 from France. Finally, New Zealand’s Warrior Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2014 – with “herbaceous grassy notes, a wonderfully rich, tropical fruit palate”.

The Virgin Wines website allows you to browse all of their wines to build up a case of your own choosing or go for a mixed case of matching wines. And this is the beauty of Virgin Wines. You can pick exactly what you want from their extensive range of quality wines, or you can trust them to make the right choice for you from a selection of their pre-mixed cases. You can’t go wrong. Also, a swift google will reveal a wide range of codes which will allow you to get your first case at a heavily reduced price. Even better!

Based on this selection, I can testify to the quality of their wines, and would recommend them for anyone with any interest in exploring wines.

174 Comments

  1. Rebecca Cusick
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I love the echo falls fruit fusions! So refreshing x

  2. Mary Baldwin
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A lovely Rioja in Spain – it was on a campsite with an on-site restaurant and was just so lovely.

  3. Tracy K Nixon
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I received a bottle of Chapel Down English Sparkling Rose Brut for my birthday last year and really enjoyed it! I don’t know whether I enjoyed it more because I drank it alfresco in my garden on a warm Summer evening!

  4. Annaloa Hilmarsdottir
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    My first glass of Prosecco was pure heaven !

  5. amy fidler
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A green wine from Portugal xx casal garcia x

  6. 9 May 2016
    Reply

    A Prosecco probably

  7. Tracy Hanley
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I had a lovely Pinot Grigio in spain

  8. RandomRedRose
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Possibly my first glass of wine… On holiday in France with my family, sitting in the sun sipping cold, sweet, white wine. I’m not even sure what it was but I loved it.

  9. Andrew Petrie
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    It was a very cold Montrachet back in 2002 the night that England beat Argentina.

  10. cheryl hadfield
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Prosecco by premier estates

  11. iain maciver
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A Prosecco

  12. K.C.Mankell
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Probably an Australian red (inexpensive) which was a good introduction to drinking wine

  13. Gillian Brewster
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I’m very much a novice on wines. But was actually a gorgeous white I was served on the island of Baros in Maldives. It was so tasty and just slid down amazingly! I never did get the name but I know it will have been incredibly expensive. It was hosted so I was impressed just like they wanted!

  14. Catherine
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Champagne at Christmas last year – so good

  15. 9 May 2016
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    10 Oak Lane
    Marton
    Macclesfield
    SK11 9HE

  16. janet humphrey
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    a glass of Australian white wine in the courtyard of the vinery it came from. Am sure the warm sunshine helped but it is one of our favourites because of that first glass. Vineyard is WirraWirra,

    http://wirrawirra.com/products/wine/scrubby-rise-shiraz-cabernet-sauvignon-petit-verdot-2014/

  17. Caroline Hunter
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    For my 50th birthday my husband bought me a bottle of Cristal champagne! It was the loveliest wine I have ever tasted because it cost so much 😉

  18. Sharon H
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A bottle of Chateauneuf De Pape when visiting Provence from a very small local producer.

  19. Julia Nicholls
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    The Bollinger Champagne I received for my birthday.

  20. Harline parkin
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of rose echo falls I love that wine it’s not too strong

  21. Margaret Gallagher
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Prosecco at my cousins wedding was delicious and the best I’ve ever tasted

  22. Christopher Beel
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Wollemi Shiraz, it’s delicious

  23. Tracy Newton
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I once shared a bottle of Canadian pink champagne in Antigua. It was beautiful. I wish I could remember what it was called.

  24. Petra Beck
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    A nice chilled glass of Codorníu Reina Maria Cristina at a picnic with friends – I love Cava in any case, but this one is surely the best!

  25. Suzanne O'Neill
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    The 2011 Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc….was a great year

  26. 9 May 2016
    Reply

    The first glass on arrival at a holiday cottage

    Every time

  27. William Gould
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    Someone once gave me 2 very expensive bottles od Chateau Neuf de Pape – Wow it was fabulous! Still got one of them – saving it for a VERY special occasion!

  28. Anthony G
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    I’ll have to join the Prosecco Posse! 🙂

  29. pete c
    9 May 2016
    Reply

    my first glass of homemade peach wine just for the satisfaction it gave me from the work put in

  30. Paul Wilson
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The wine at my cousin’s wedding.

  31. Stephanie Green
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A Prosecco on a night out with the girls.

  32. Lorna Kennedy
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Back in the late 80’s on holiday in Dubrovnik our waitress asked if we’d like a glass of Merlot. She had a strange accent and neither of us had a clue what she was on about but we said yes – and a love affair was started!

  33. Fiona K
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

  34. Tracey Belcher
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    To be honest I think there is a time and place for so many different wines that I can not say the best! A glass of sauvignon blanc sitting on my boat watching Stromboli erupt is a lasting memory

  35. Lizzy T
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The Viognier we had at our wedding

  36. claire thomson
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    on holiday in the Dordogne, a nice white burgundy on my 21st birthday

  37. Nina Motylinski-Davies
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    I adore white zinfandel and many a time I have felt in absolute heaven on a hazy summers evening, sipping a glass as the sun goes down!

  38. amy bondoc
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    my first glass of wine was a glass of chatenue du pap, i still enjoy a glass now !

  39. Alexandra McGahey
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The best glass of wine I had was the large glass of Pinot Grigio I drank after 16 months of having none due to pregnancy/breastfeeding. It was like being reunited with a long lost friend haha!

  40. Simon M
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    My boss once treated us to an expensive bottle of Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc while in Dubai, that was a lovely wine!

  41. Jen Rogers
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Cava in Spain for our 50th Wedding Anniversary (the sunshine helped!)

  42. Jo Hutchinson
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The best glass of wine I had was called la Fleur Petrus it was a bit of a fluke I thought the name was pretty.

  43. LESLEY RENSHAW @nidgysmum
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Sat on a balcony overlooking Green Park, London enjoying a flute of Lanson Champagne celebrating my sister’s birthday

  44. 10 May 2016
    Reply

    Prosecco

  45. Jo Carroll
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    It was the most gorgeous Shiraz that I tasted at a work colleague’s leaving party. They had bought it especially for the occassion and I think it was pretty expensive so wasn’t my usual bottle of plonk from the supermarket. 😉

  46. Hilda Hazel Wright
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    I can’t remember the exact name but it was a Languedoc-Roussillon red wine that we had on holiday in the South of France. We took my redundancy money and went on a 6 week long road trip including committing to 4 weeks at naturist campsites despite not having done it before. We filled the car with a massive selection of wines and all through the holiday we had a league table where we rated each one whilst enjoying our naked evening meals hahaha! The one from Languedoc-Roussillon was the favourite although I think we only brought about 6 bottles back with us!

  47. Carolynn Woodland
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The first glass of Champagne which my new husband and I toasted each other with after our wedding ceremony.

  48. Hugh Jones
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Chateau Margaux

  49. Rachel Arnup
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    On holiday we drink Euca Hill Australian Shiraz.

  50. Susan Laing
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    I really love a nice Rioja but the best one was the first one I had in my new house

  51. Sylvia Burrows
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    White zinfandel which we drank at a winery in California

  52. Nige
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass or two of red wine ,especially a Rioja,well any really .

  53. Michelle Bruce
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A lovely Rioja we had in Spain.

  54. Jo Jones
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    The Bollinger Champagne we toasted at my daughter’s wedding

  55. Michelle Muir
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Champagne my husband bought me for Christmas x

  56. kayleigh white
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Rose in New York – never tried it until I visited there.

  57. Sally Hay
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    I think Mersault is my favourite.

  58. Laura Harrison
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Too many to pick just one but I do like Chardonnay Hardys xxx

  59. 10 May 2016
    Reply

    Spanish wine

  60. Maggie Norvell
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A very memorable glass of blackberry wine that me and my husband made as “good lifers” back in the 70’s – brings a smile to my face even now.

  61. Krzysia
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    I prefer new world wines and probably the Californian brand Paul Masson Cabernet Sauvignon was one of the richest and mellowest I’ve ever had!

  62. Laura Jeffs
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A gorgeous glass (or two.!) of beaujolais in a wine bar in Bologna, Italy 😉

  63. Christina Palmer
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Echo Falls

  64. Iona Cornish
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of fizzy Rose at my son’s wedding

  65. lucy higgins
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A lovely Malbec at my sisters wedding

  66. Louise Smith
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Barola on our wedding anniversary

  67. Gail Reid
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Hands down the Asti I had at my cousin’s wedding as I was eleven and it was the first I had ever tasted. Lol.

  68. Zoe Atherton
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Laurent Perrier champagne

  69. Louise Comb
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    It’s one of our traditions to drink mead with our Christmas dinner. It’s gorgeous 🙂

  70. Michelle Stokes
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Fruity Echo Falls

  71. stephen ashdown
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    my first holiday in France with my soon to be wife, after a glass or two of Chateau neuf de pape, let nature run it’s course and 9 months later, guess what? A daughter!!!!

  72. helen tovell
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Bollinger in the Hilton hotel in London on my birthday bliss

  73. jjo
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Pouilly Fume

  74. Lyla
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    My dads home made plonk at christmas when I was a kid

  75. Vivien Baird
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Prosecco by a lake in Austria looking up at the snow covered mountains

  76. Anthony Harrington
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    a red merlot at our Daughter’s wedding

  77. Rikka B
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass if Bolly with someone special

  78. ElizM
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Champagne in France at the champagne house that made it

  79. Iris Tilley
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Oir tradition on bonfire night is to drink warm mead wine love it x

  80. Hannah Swayne
    10 May 2016
    Reply

    Jacobs Creek sparkling sheraz

  81. 10 May 2016
    Reply

    My own homemade Pineapple & Banana … it was more like moonshine !
    Sadly I’ve lost the recipe but the 12 bottles I made were gone in a flash !

  82. Maxine G
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    the first one of the evening after a hard day at work!

  83. Iris W
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    I had a few very nice glasses of wine usually the first one at the start of the weekend.
    The best was a glass of Pinot Grigio on holiday in Sicily with the most beautiful view of the sea, hope to repeat this one soon.

  84. Siobhan Davis
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    Home made apple and grape wine my grandad made so sooo nice 🙂 Thank you so much for the chance a lovely giveaway x

  85. I did a wine tasting at Royal horseguards and loved all of them. Generally more expensive wine tastes better and doesn’t give me a hangover

  86. Amanda
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    Champagne at Christmas – it was delicious!

  87. Wendy Tyler
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    A sauvignon blanc at a vineyard in Napier, NZ.

  88. Mike Gerrie
    11 May 2016
    Reply

    A nice glass of Chateau Neuf de Pape in Barcelona on holiday a good few years ago

  89. Solange
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    2007 Pride Mountain Cabernet Sauvigon in a French castle while dancing in the library to Clair De Lune with my husband on honeymoon.

  90. Ruth Harwood
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Rose with my bestie xx

  91. judy kennedy
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    Homemade wine Ferrara Italy I was also eating a bowl of my all time favourite soup capeletti in broth so I was somewhere other wordly

  92. caroline doherty
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass or two of prosecco in Monacco

  93. natalie moore
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    echo falls fruit fusion!

  94. Stevie
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    I like Australian red, you can’t really go far wrong.

  95. Helen Adams
    12 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Riesling when my husband and I were visiting the Mosel

  96. richard vowden
    13 May 2016
    Reply

    I’m really into my German wines but a good glass of white port or a good desert wine will always win out

  97. karen watt
    13 May 2016
    Reply

    a lovely glass of prosecco

  98. Shalene Hodder
    13 May 2016
    Reply

    I had a glass of Tattinger Millesime 2007 at a celebration afternoon tea last year and it’s the only time I’ve ever enjoyed Champagne

  99. Alix Smith
    13 May 2016
    Reply

    I love a glass of Wolf Blass yellow label Cabernet Sauvignon – so good!

  100. Herbert Appleby
    13 May 2016
    Reply

    JP Cheney Merlot

  101. Margaret Clarkson
    14 May 2016
    Reply

    Laurent Perrier at a function. It was lovely.

  102. Bev
    14 May 2016
    Reply

    A chilled Riesling on hot summer nights!

  103. Simon C
    14 May 2016
    Reply

    The champagne at my wedding.

  104. Rebekah Jones
    15 May 2016
    Reply

    Nicest wine I have ever had was an Orvieto classico … out of this world !!

  105. jo liddement
    15 May 2016
    Reply

    A bottle of ice cold Chardonnay my husband and i bourght while walking the South West Coastal path and camping for the night in a field on a farm.It was memorable drinking this and watching the sunset.

  106. Deborah Mackenzie
    16 May 2016
    Reply

    A wine we tasted on the Marmalade Run in Spain…. it was very sweet and tasted really fruity

  107. Samantha O'D
    17 May 2016
    Reply

    The wine i was drinking whilst getting ready for my wedding, took the edge of the nerves

  108. Sheila Sloan
    18 May 2016
    Reply

    Moet Champagne

  109. Pam Francis Gregory
    19 May 2016
    Reply

    The nice glass of champagne I had on my wedding day

  110. Smithster
    20 May 2016
    Reply

    A red dessert wine called Elysium. So tasty

  111. caroline mccabe
    20 May 2016
    Reply

    I love Blossom Hill and love to have a chilled glass of pinot grigio on a warm Summers evening either in the garden or sitting by our caravan on our holiday

  112. Laura Kevlin
    20 May 2016
    Reply

    Some sparkling white my husband and I had on our first wedding anniversary – it may have been the atmosphere but it was sweet nectar 🙂

  113. Rebecca Pickering
    21 May 2016
    Reply

    I don’t even know the brand, but my partner and I had a delicious (and romantic) Mediterranean meal for his birthday last year, accompanied by a lovely pinot grigio.

  114. Katie Hardman
    21 May 2016
    Reply

    A dessert red wine in Australia by Browns Brothers.

  115. Rachel Butterworth
    21 May 2016
    Reply

    A nice Rosé at my brother’s wedding in Cyprus.

  116. jackie curran
    21 May 2016
    Reply

    I like echo falls fruit fusion or a sweet wine like sauternes .

  117. Becky Duffy
    22 May 2016
    Reply

    A really great Sauvignon Blanc I had at my friends wedding, the wedding cost her a fortune so I’m sure the wine did too, but it was really good!

  118. 22 May 2016
    Reply

    I love malbec

  119. 22 May 2016
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  120. jessica cook
    23 May 2016
    Reply

    It was a glass of pink champagne i had in london at a posh afternoon tea

  121. Susan Jane Gray
    23 May 2016
    Reply

    i like a good Red Wine. I normally drink Yellowtail. It has a good texture and leaves a nice taste in my mouth. Beautiful. XXX

  122. 23 May 2016
    Reply

    I love fizz, do enjoy a glass of prosecco, rarely disappointed with it!

  123. Lianne
    23 May 2016
    Reply

    Prosecco is my favourite to celebrate with. Refreshing and bubbly

  124. stephen smith
    24 May 2016
    Reply

    had a few glasses of Bollinger Special Cuvee NV Champagne at my wedding that was really nice

  125. carolyn joyce
    24 May 2016
    Reply

    Not actually sure but I do enjoy a very dry red wine

  126. carole n
    24 May 2016
    Reply

    champagne at my sister wedding

  127. Stevey H
    25 May 2016
    Reply

    18-year old Champagne that was saved by my mum from my birth until my 18th birthday – it tasted amazing!

  128. Emma Walton
    25 May 2016
    Reply

    My best glass of wine has been Asti Spumente I love that wine!

  129. Liz T
    25 May 2016
    Reply

    A luxury wine at a business meal that came out of a bottle covered with cobwebs. Out of this world and sadly not in my price range!

  130. Gemma Massey
    26 May 2016
    Reply

    A lovely crisp Chardonnay with my beautiful mum sitting outside in the sun in Las Vegas was beautiful xx

  131. Susan Smith
    26 May 2016
    Reply

    I havent got a favourite but i always enjoy a glass or bottle of rose wine

  132. A glass of my dad’s homemade red 🙂

  133. Lauren Reed
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    I love a sparkling rose with ice in it in summer time ♥️

  134. Chris Andrews
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    What’s the best glass of wine that you’ve ever enjoyed? . . . .. aahh the one on our honeymoon, arm in arm on the beach watching the sunset

  135. Ann Skamarauskas
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    A New Zealand Pinot Noir 🙂

  136. Linda Hill
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    Hardy’s Crest Cabernet Shiraz Merlot

  137. karen wells
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    Echo Falls fruit fusions are my favourite at the moment.

  138. JULIE WARD
    27 May 2016
    Reply

    Blue Nun, years ago until I woke up the morning after, never again, my daughter could have this wine

  139. Caroline J Robinson
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    My all time favourite is Rioja Reserva I do love a glass of good quality red wine I always get a bottle in for our girls night in people say its full bodied just like me lol,

  140. olivia Kirby
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    A Chablis in Brittany on my husband and mine’s second date

  141. Kimberley Ryan
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    would have to be any glass that I get to enjoy at the end of a busy day

  142. Mark Whittaker
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    It was a Vadepanas I found a few years back . It was so much cheaper than the Rioja I’d been looking for , but so much better than most of them , at least those in the same price range . It was the best glass of wine because of the sense of discovery

  143. Christine Caple
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    It was a fabulous glass of wine that I had in Sydney, unfortunately I’m not sure what it was!

  144. Sheri Darby
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of a Brancott estate white – absolutely lovely

  145. Paul von der Fecht
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    Route 66 Rose

  146. donna l Jones
    29 May 2016
    Reply

    A Prosecco

  147. sharon catterall
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    the best wine ive had is blossom hills white zinfandel a nice fruity taste

  148. Allan Wilson
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    A vintage Moet that we saved for when we bought the farm

  149. Natasha R-M
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    Australian Coral Tree Red wine.

  150. 30 May 2016
    Reply

    I remember when I tasted Prosecco for the first time , it was amazing … I have now found my fav drink 🙂

  151. Sam McKean
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    When I got married, my husband and I imported some Barolo from Italy for our wedding and paid corkage, it was abolutely amazing stuff, never forgotten its rich velvety taste.

  152. Chris Fletcher
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    The most enjoyable glass of wine I had was this fantastic Chianti whilst travelling through Italy. I took a photo of the label but have never found the same bottle since!

  153. Alison MacDonald
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    A Rose Champagne I had at the Berkeley Hotel in London it was delicious 🙂

  154. Susan B
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    A chilled New Zealand Marlborough produced sauvignon blanc while sitting in a vineyard in Marlborough!

  155. miriam krutska
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    i absolutely looooove portuguese wine CASAL GARCIA xx

  156. Chloe Bailey
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    Bannock station, sparkling Shiraz! It was a sparkling red! I haven’t found it for years so think it’s been withdrawn 🙁

  157. Theresa M
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    The best glass of wine I ever enjoyed was a glass of deep red full of flavour Italian Copertino wine.

  158. Gill Mitchell
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of campo viejo in Spain where it’s half the price 😉

  159. Lindy Hine
    30 May 2016
    Reply

    A large glass of red wine served in a tumbler at a party in a flat when I was a student in Edinburgh God Knows how long ago! It was my first taste of red wine and I drank ****loads/rather a lot of it and suffered the next day. I now enjoy a large variety of wine but in smaller quantities!

  160. Natalie Gillham
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    I don’t have a memory of a best glass of wine
    I’ve had.

  161. alice lightning
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    a glass of bubbly champagne at my wedding ,superb prize giveaway

  162. Denfor Hopkins
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    An Italian Chianti

  163. Melanie Burton
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    It was a bottle of red wine that I was drinking at a Christmas party! I think it was a Merlot. It was fruity and not heavy and it went down nicely!

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  164. Sandra Jo Siddall
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    Black Tower – Rose wine and it was gorgeous 🙂

  165. Jen Lloyd
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    Mine was a malborough sauvignon blanc in a country pub in yorkshire… forget the name but it was lush!

  166. June Gaynor
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    Fili Prosecco is my favourite at the moment

  167. Maddie Jasinska
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    homemade wine 🙂

  168. 31 May 2016
    Reply

    A rose in the sun in London.

  169. 31 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Chardonnay watching the sun set on the balcony of our stateroom in the middle of the Mediterranean 🙂 X x

  170. Ruth Wollerton
    31 May 2016
    Reply

    A glass of Australian white win overlooking the Great Barrier Reef

  171. 31 May 2016
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    Cabernat Sauvingon

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