29th August 2018
September means cooler evenings, darker nights and home comforts. Whether you’re complementing a meal or simply enjoy a glass or two with friends, red wine is the drink of the season.
MAL-BEC, Chez Mal at Malmaison
Rich and Juicy | Plums | Dark Chocolate
Origin: Mendoza, Argentina
Whether you’re resting your head at Malmaison overnight or not, Chez Mal is an ideal setting for a delicious meal and a tipple. For the perfect Sunday, pair your drink with a roast sirloin of beef and all the trimmings. To book now, click here.
DeMorgenzon Maestro Blue, Harvey Nichols
Spicy | Red fruits | Peppery
Origin: Stellenbosch, South Africa
Head to Harvey Nichols to experience a refined menu in stylish surroundings. We recommend opting for a hearty feast from the recently re-launched Brasserie; why not the lamb rump, root vegetables and truffled pearl barley broth. To book now, click here.
Nero d’Avola, Cantine Europa, ‘Coste Siciliana’, Tom’s Kitchen
Intense | Cherries and blackberries | Fruity nose and bouquet of red fruits
Origin: Sicily, Italy
If it’s nibbles you’re after, tuck into a carefully-sourced vegetarian sharing board at Tom’s Kitchen, complete with quinoa salsa, avocado, pink radish aubergine, asparagus and red pepper hummus. To book now, click here.
Syrah 2017, Renegade London Wine, Harvey Nichols
Fresh | Sweet | Bouncy
Origin: Puglia, Italy (Made in Bethnal Green)
The one to watch out for, this urban London winery is changing the game. Made in Bethnal Green from hand-crushed Italian fruits, this fruity wine is best accompanied with good food and good company. To book, click here.