We have teamed up with Stylist Magazine to bring you a mixed case of Swig goodies that are perfect for your Valentines dinner or simply as a treat for yourself! £150 for a load of gorgeous wines!
At Swig we love supporting small producers who make wines that punch above their weight. These 6 will give you a taste of some of our favourites.
Included in this case are two bottles each of:
Organic Prosecco - "A sensational sparkler! Sensual and immensely classy. It's a far cry from supermarket dross" MatthewJukes,com/The Mail
Southern French Rose
Ideal with fish, salads and a refreshing fruity glass of wine by itself ;
Chenin Blanc from South Africa's coolest winemaker
Winemaker Adi Badenhorst is someone who has proudly declared to the international press that what he most likes about wine is that "it quenches your thirst." This Chenin Blanc never fails to amaze. Juicy, bright with a slightly waxy, toffee apple bouquet, notes of flint, honey and orange blossom.
Beautiful Sauvignon Blanc from the Pyrenean foothills
Perfect again with fish, stir-fries, salads, and when you want a citrus tangy white. This punches above its weight reminding us of much pricier Sancerre.
Classy Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot from Tuscany
"It is sensational with buoyant cherry notes and a long, soothing, mineral-spiked finish." - Matthew Jukes.com/Money Week. Super classy red that tastes like fine Bordeaux, only a bit softer. Wonderful with steak, but also chicken and other meats, as well as pasta.
Pinot Noir that knocks it out of the park - an extraordinary value
"Try Swig's amazing Bulgarian Pinot Noir, Soli from Thracia, whose fine, tangy, smoky, deeply elegant style would even make Burgundians feel uneasy"- Jane MacQuitty, The Times, on a previous vintage. "Any burgundy lover would be impressed by this wine’s delicacy – and its price" Jancis Robinson
"Wine lovers tend to be set in their ways: once they discover what they prefer in terms of grapes or regions, they stick within those parameters. I’m as guilty of this as the next person.That’s why we should all be grateful for wine merchants like Swig." Bruce Palling- The Week