Exciting places, grape varieties, styles – some wine recommendations from around the world

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A few random suggestions of wines that are both delicious and original.

Creation Wines, Reserve Chardonnay, 2020, Walker Bay, South Africa, ~16 euro. From the cool region of Walker Bay in South Africa. Creation Wines is a chardonnay specialist.

Mukado, Traditional Kvevri Mtsvane, 2018, Georgien, Nr 94348, ~25 euro. Orange wine from Georgia. Very characteristic of the style, very flavourful. Delicious if you like orange wines.

Surcador, Moscatel de Alejandría, 2021, Valle del Itata, Chile, Nr 2758, ~12 euro. Exciting wine from Itata, the oldest wine region in Chile. The vines are over 100 years old and dry-farmed.

Carpinus, Tokaj Dry 2020, Ungern, Tokaj, 11,5 %, Nr 2679, ~10 euro. Dry wines from Tokaj, the sweet wine region of Hungary, are superb and true value for money. Try any Tokay Dry or Furmint Dry. Furmint is the grape used for both the sweet and the dry wines. It has an incredibly high acidity.

Keermont Terrasse 2019, Stellenbosch, Sydafrika, Nr 94269, ~20 euro. The base is chenin blanc from terraced vineyard slopes. Every year it is blended with a little bit of chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and maybe a few drops of marsanne and roussanne.

The Plaisir de Merle winery main Cape Dutch building dating back to 1764, Paarl, South Africa
The Plaisir de Merle winery main Cape Dutch building dating back to 1764, Paarl, South Africa, copyright BKWine Photography

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