It used to be the sign of cheap plonk, but now screw tops are used on great quality wines to stop them becoming corked, says Rob Buckhaven
1 White Australian Zilze Viognier (£6.98, Asda) is a festival of fresh ginger and lemon.
Viognier is one of Europe’s most profitable grapes, so it’s no surprise the Aussies are cashing in!
2 Rosé Sainsbury’s Côtes du Rhône Rosé (£5.49) has a raspberry zing.
French wine laws are so strict they stipulate Côtes du Rhône rosé must contain at least 50 per cent of the Grenache grape.
Artesano De Argento Malbec (£6.99, Tesco) is a cherry feast.
The Malbec grape is native to France, but Argentina has now overtaken the country as one of the biggest growers.