Gourmet Traveller

SUMMER DRINKING GUIDE

Summertime wines are all about texture; from classics that use skin contact to build mouth feel and complexity, to chilled reds bursting with juicy red fruit and crunchy acidity. Of course, no summer drinks list is complete without the snap, crackle and pop of a sparkling wine – and there’s never been a more exciting time to explore the flavours of low and no-alcohol beer, spirits and wine, as well as this summer’s hottest trend: seltzer.

FIZZ AND POP

1 2017 Best’s Great Western Sparkling Shiraz, Grampians, Vic, $35

No Christmas table in Australia is complete without a sparkling shiraz. While it may go in and out of fashion over

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