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Interestingly, five of the wines were non-vintage which would appear to be a growing trend.
A little tip that I have used that has stood me in good stead, is when there's an offer on non-vintage Champagne, buy a couple and put them away for up to five years.
It used the findings - and advice from independent expert Nicola Arcedeckne-Butler MW--to taste 32 non-vintage Champagnes and create a category segmentation model based on taste, not just label.
Look out for Bodegas Murviedro Tempranillo - a versatile, non-vintage, plummy Spanish red to enjoy on its own or with any weekday evening meal.
99 - Co-op This award-winning, non-vintage champagne is mainly made from pinot poir, which provides its excellent body and structure.
Los Angeles 323-478-1985 Jennifer Nugent, co-owner Red of the week Jean Louis Chave Syrah, non-vintage ($25.
The Pinot Noir Brut Non-Vintage is made primarily from pinot noir with a touch of the trepat grape.
Oddbins, for example, have Taittinger's excellent Non-Vintage Brut, which sells for nearer pounds 35, on offer at just pounds 21.