It’s almost summertime in the UK! (Truly it is!!) The kids break up from school in just a week or so, and with the recent results of the referendum, and the drop in the value of the pound against the euro, it’s been widely reported that more Britons will be taking staycations this summer, and enjoying everything that Great Britain has to offer.
Thankfully, this includes Fairbourne Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, so you can transport yourself to the wide open spaced, blue skied climes of New Zealand with a single sip! When the mercury eventually rises it’s time to reach for something cold and refreshing, and a vibrant Sauvignon Blanc says summer at first sniff. Day or night, whether you’re hosting a leisurely lunch or decadent and delicious dinner, a zesty ‘Sav’ is simply perfect summer drinking.
Here are 3 ways to enjoy Sauvignon Blanc this summer…
- Barbecue up a storm – Food always tastes better when eaten outside; and there’s much to be said for those heydays of the eighties and nineties when barbecueing became popular. But… Barbecues should be and thankfully have become about so much more than burgers and sausages. Choose chicken, fish or seafood to pair with Fairbourne premium Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. This website features some awesome recipes… Including these divine Monkfish Kebabs.
- Fish & Chips – After a day on the beach there’s nothing better to fill the stomach than traditional “fish & chips” eaten out of the paper! The crispness of Fairbourne Sauvignon Blanc helps to cut through the delicious fatiness of the fish and chips.
- A picnic basket full of fun – When the sun comes out to play, take advantage of the great outdoors with a spur of the moment picnic. Enjoy crusty breads with cheese, a delicious Chevre, and Sauvignon Blanc, is a match made in heaven. Or if you want a sophisticated basket of goodies choose smoked salmon, a summer salad of peppery rocket or cress, fresh ciabatta with wasabi mayo, and for something sweet, succulent nectarines.
Head to your local Majestic Wines store in the UK to find Fairbourne Sauvignon Blanc.