Here they are. Ten wines for ten different types of Dad. Gran Reserva Rioja … white Burgundy … rich Italian Black Red – you can find out below who we’ve matched them up to. Whatever you pick, you’ll enjoy a big 20% OFF when you make your order up to 12 bottles. Important note: you can take a case of 12, mix and match 12 bottles, or just add a single bottle from the list to your usual order.
The Crowd Pleaser
Put this easy-to-get-along-with chap in the middle of any room and watch as the smiles spread. Chante-Clair will do much the same thing! This velvet-smooth, spicy blackberry-laden southern French red is just so easy to drink.
Nothing beats a cool glass of Le Citronnier in the garden. Especially for those who spend most of their time out there anyway! Every sip delivers a fruit salad of flavour with jump-from-the-glass gooseberry aromas.
These mysterious types can often surprise with their hidden talents. Much like Nero Di Troia, southern Italy’s hero red grape. Largely unknown in the UK, but makes wines of such incredible black fruit richness.
We all know someone who appreciates the finer things in life. So for them, we’ve picked out an elegant white Burgundy from an official “Winemaker of the Year”. Creamy, ripe peach with mineral freshness.
The party doesn’t start until these types arrive! So of course, our match had to be Champagne. And a stunning one at that. Double Gold medal-winning Didier Chopin Brut Rosé is all vivacious strawberry and citrus fruit with toasty richness.
AKA the sun-lovers. For them, the hotter it is outside the better. They’ll love this big Californian Zinfandel, which has soaked up 250 days of uninterrupted sunshine to deliver huge flavours of baked red fruits and peppery spice.
Those who must been seen sporting the latest trends. So we’ve picked a crisp New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc for their glass – the most in-demand white of the moment. What's more, The Hour-Teller is one of our newest rising stars.
They may usually go unnoticed, but that doesn’t mean they’ve got nothing worth saying. Much like Willem de Silent. A warming Rhône red from an under-the-radar region. One generously dark fruited sip will make you sit up and take notice.