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Drink of the Month

Warner's Taste Club
Treat yourself to a fine wine this January with a great winter warmer from Broadway Wine Company...

Sierra Alta Malbec

£7.75

Be seduced by the deep, dark velvety notes of this full-bodied red this winter! Argentenian Malbec is really having a moment, especially those grown at high altitude in the Mendoza region. In fact, 70% of the world’s Malbec comes from Argentina where the high altitude and sunny climate suit the grapes perfectly. And this fine example doesn’t disappoint with its rich berry flavours, hints of chocolate and smooth, supple tannins

Great with pungent blue cheeses as well as beef, lamb and poultry dishes.

Lunar Apoge Cotes Du Rhone

£13.50

A heady blend of grenache, syrah, mourvedre and cinsault grapes have been squashed into this organic French red to produce a powerful wine with a rounded, velvety texture. The grapes are harvested at night to prevent oxidation and fermentation is entirely based on natural yeasts. Its deep crimson colour matches the intensity of the flavour, with violet and liquorice notes coming through on the nose and spicy, red fruit notes on the palate.

Great with spicy food, salads, risottos and grilled meats.

Chateau Moulin Rouge Haut Medoc

£15.50

owned by the same family for 13 generations, Chateau Moulin Rouge is one of the most sought-after wines. This Bordeaux is aged in French oak for 12 months and only about 8500 cases are made. The wine itself is superb, with a bouquet of spice and ripe fruit as well as delicate, understated oak. It’s an elegant wine that lingers on the palate, just what you need for a long, mid-winter night...

Great with beef, lamb, game and poultry.

Visit Broadway Wine Company in Kennel Lane, Broadway or online at www.broadwaywinecompany.co.uk

Broadway Wine Company has been owned and run by James and Doug since 2010. With 4 generations of James’ family living and working in Broadway village from 1870, they have been a part of the village for some time. Not only do they run the shop in Broadway, but they also have many trade accounts, and supply these from their warehouse in Winchcombe.