20th July 2015 – weekly press roundup

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the Observer – David Williams

GP Winery Mineralstein Riesling, Pfalz, Germany 2014 (£10, Marks & Spencer)

pristine, linear; kick of zesty lime and a lick of minerals

JJ Prum Riesling Kabinett 2012 (from £15.50, Wine Direct; Harvey Nics; Fingal Rock; Handford)

apricots, flowers, and salt; skips across the tongue

Donnhoff Schlossbockelheimer Felsenberg Felsenturmchen Spatlese 2011 (from £27.99, Ministry of Drinks; Uncorked)

heady mix of stone and tropical fruit, coriander, salt and spice

The Guardian – Fiona Beckett

Domaine de la Commanderie Quincy Tradition 2013 (£9.99, some Majestic)

zippy, citrussy; try it with goat’s cheese

Domaine Jean Teiller Menetou-Salon Blanc 2014 (£8.25 37.5cl Yapp)

intensely flavoured; conveniently available in half-bottles

Domaine Mabillot Reuilly La Ferte 2014 (£9.50 Wine Society)

a real bargain

Domaine de Villargeau Coteaux du Giennois, 2014 (£7.95 Wine Society)

definitely a poor man’s (or woman’s) Sancerre

the Telegraph – Hamish Anderson

2014 Argentinian Malbec £7.99, Tesco Finest

a classy glass; flavours of plum, violet and spice

2013 Felino, Viña Cobos, Mendoza, Argentina £13.95, henningswine.co.uk

notes of fresh blackberry, grilled meat and exotic spice

2013 Peacocks Fan, Clare Valley, Australia £14, M&S

perfumed, spicy aromatics; blueberries and black pepper

the Independent – Terry Kirby

Château du Seuil Graves Blanc 2011/2012. £13.99, virginwines

restrained, fresh, crisp, lemony, but with a distinct smoky tinge

Torres Viña Esmeralda 2013. £8.49, Waitrose, Tesco

complex, with a mix of spice, apricots, grapefruit and a slight taste of honey

Arbol de Vida Pinot Grigio 2014. £7, Marks & Spencer

rich and exotic fruit flavours and floral aromas, but remaining crisply dry

the Telegraph – Susy Atkins

Extra Special Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2013, Australia (Asda, £7.97)

Great value, super-smooth New World pinot, all red plums and blackberries

P15 Malbec 2014 Patagonia, Argentina (Majestic, £7.99 until 3 August)

Youthful and fresh but ripe – expect plush black cherries and cassis

Finest Carmenere Kuyen Colchagua 2014, Chile (Tesco, £7.99 until 4 August)

gently spiced and savoury red aces it with grilled, chilli-spiked red meat

Muga Rioja Rosado 2014. Waitrose, £9.99

delicate nuances of wild strawberry and red cherry; creamy dab on the finish

the Independent – Anthony Rose

2014 Palataia Pinot Grigio, Pfalz. £7.50 until 3 Aug, Marks & Spencer

this appley dry white has a refreshing zing

2012 Thelema Sutherland Chardonnay. £10.99, The Co-operative

burgundian-style complexity that builds into peach and citrus

2013 Cartology, SA. £24.99 – £30.90. SAwinesonline, Harrogate FW, Woodwinters, Hedonism

floral aromas, richness and superb saline finish

The Scotsman – Brian Elliott

2013 The Co-operative Truly Irresistible Casablanca Valley Pinot Noir. £7.99

classic raspberry and black cherry fruit is supplemented by earthy, beetroot undertones

2009 Le Pallet Muscadet Sevre & Maine Loire Valley. £9.99, Majestic

delightful, smooth, complex, buttery lees-derived texture