Jacob’s Creek Dry Riesling (£7.99, Sainsbury’s) has lively lemongrass tones that bring out spicy flavours.
Riesling is seen as the queen of white grapes as its acidity means the wine keeps well.
Nerello Mascalese (£5.99, Marks & Spencer) has a thwack of red cherry to pair with tomato and basil.
The red Nerello grape is sometimes added to Prosecco to give it a rosé colour.
Viña Albali Tempranillo Rosé (£5.98, Tesco) is a frisky cherry match for Spanish-style trout.
With 2.9 million acres, Spain has the largest area devoted to vine-growing in the world.