Dark plum, fig and blueberry fruit supported by dark cocoa and bacony toast. Stays fresh and open through the finish. Solid. Drink now through 2005. 12,000 cases made. Best Values. From South Africa. —James Molesworth
Dark, ripe and juicy, with a fleshy core of black cherry and plum fruit. Lots of sweet spice and smoke notes too, with another blast of fruit on the finish. A step up from the normal Beaujolais. Drink now. 200,000 cases made. Best Values. From France. —James Molesworth
An off-dry white, bursting with peach and citrus notes on a plump, accessible frame. Modest length. Delicious now and should be enjoyed young due to its low acidity. Drink now. 40,000 cases made. Best Values. From Germany. —Bruce Sanderson
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