5 wines to keep you cozy when it’s cold outside
Buttery, rich, textured – a well-oaked Chardonnay ticks all the boxes when it comes to finding a cold-weather companion. Aim for medium- to full-bodied versions of this classic grape and enjoy the smoky nuances in your glass.
Chardonnay also pairs well with the heavier meals you’d find on your dining room table in cold weather.
Tasted by Michael Pinkus
“Great buttery-spicy notes on the nose that lure you into the glass, moving seamlessly onto the palate. There’s added fruit along the way: peach and apple come together with notes of spice and butter, and hints of vanilla. This all leads to a finish with creamy texture, superb length, spiced-vanillin and pineapple.”