Sauvignon blanc is a refreshing choice if you’re embarking on a coastal adventure this summer. It’s particularly suited if you plan on entertaining with fresh fish from the sea — an Australian scene comparable to no other. Sauvignon blanc is also brilliant with herbaceous, tangy sauces, including potato salad with creamy vinaigrette, or vegetables with yoghurt sauces.
Lazing around on a picnic rug by a spread of delectable cheeses and antipasti treats? Chardonnay is the perfect companion for the occasion, pairing with buttery and creamy foods brilliantly. It’s also fantastic with white-based dishes including fresh prawn pizza, or three cheeses risotto.
Rosé fully steps into the light during summertime, with flavours highlighting the bright fruits of summer, including strawberry and raspberry. By day, rosé is fantastic amongst the beach enjoyed with freshly fired fish and chips, and by night, it's the ultimate party beverage.
Pinot Noir is an all-round winner for gatherings around the barbecue. If you’re working with fattier fishes including salmon, punchy poultry including spiced chicken, or barbecue classic including sausages and red meats, pinot noir is a light summer red suited to all.