Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 30 August 2014

The Ten Best New World Red Wines

Coyam Emiliana 2005
Wonderful biodynamic blend from Chile, mainly cabernet sauvignon, syrah and merlot. Considerable depth of flavours, but elegant and well structured; perfect with roast chicken, red meat or even monkfish.
Price: £12.50 www.corksout.com www.vintageroots.co.uk 0800 980 4992
Soluna Premium Malbec
Sensational fairtrade wine from a boutique winery in the Mendoza valley of Argentina. Carefully made, full-bodied, with rich tastes of autumn fruits on the palate and a long velvety finish. Ideal with steak or seasonal game.
Price: £9.95 www.ethicalwine.com 01454 313 300
Grant Burge Miamba Barossa Shiraz 2005
FA typically full-frontal shiraz from Down Under: big, red fruit flavours with vanilla-scented oak and black pepper. Long, long finish.
Price: £11.50 www.southaustralianwines.com; 01423 711703

You'll be the toast of the town with one of these scrumptious wines.

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