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    9 Must-try Wines for Spring! | Watson's Wine

    9 Must-try Wines for Spring!

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    Spring has come – quietly but surely. We may tell by the fluctuating weather. It is time to tidy up our closet to suit the weather, and we may at the same time stock up some wines for the new season too! Full-bodied reds are most people’s favourite for the winter; for springtime, lighter and more refreshing wines are more sought-after. Below are 9 wines that are perfect for the season and weather. Time to stock up!

    Rose / Rose Champagne

    Spring is the time to blossom and the wine first comes to mind is definitely Rose. Floral notes combined with the attractive pink colour and refreshing acidity are the reasons we fall in love with Rose. It can bring everyone good mood regardless of the weather.

    White wines

    A crisp white wine is another popular choice for the spring. In particular, the ones from cool regions, with lighter body and higher acidity, such as Chablis and other unoaked Chardonnay; Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand or Sancerre of France are exceptional picks too.

    Medium-bodied Reds

    We know that red is always the first choice for some wine lovers regardless of the weather or occasion. In this case, we recommend you to enjoy some medium-bodied reds in spring and Pinot Noir is a perfect choice. In the Old World, the elegant Burgundy is an all-time. For everyday drinking, you may opt for a Bourgogne or Cote de Nuits; wines from specific commune would be even better if you have more budget, such as the world-famous Chambolle Musigny and Vosne-Romanee. The New World produces a wide range of great Pinot Noir too, such as Australia and New Zealand. The prices are friendly, and they can often surprise you with their outstanding quality!

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