Dry January? We have you covered!
Just because you may be avoiding, or reducing, alcohol for the month doesn’t mean you have to miss seeing the friendly faces of the Young’s Fine Wine team!
We are the exclusive distributors of Lyre’s Non-Alcoholic Spirits, Fever-Tree Mixers, and Evian Water.
Mix up a non-alcoholic gin & tonic or agave & lime. Sip on a Fever-Tree soda and lime or spicy Fever-Tree Ginger Beer. Or, enjoy the crisp, cool taste of Evian.
Whatever you drink this January, raise a glass to a great new month and an amazing new year!
Wine of The Month: Château Peyrat Graves Rouge
Grown on sandy, clay soil on a limestone bedrock, wines from Château Peyrat exemplify the terroir, displaying minerality, freshness and finesse.
This red blend of predominatly Merlot, with Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, is bold and dry, with notes of spice and black fruit. In the mouth there are flavours of red berries and spice, with a smooth finish.
Enjoy with rich beef, lamb or game dishes.
Regular Price: $27.50
This Month: $24.75
Spirit of The Month: The Gardener Gin
A new addition to Young’s Fine Wine, The Gardener Gin is a London Dry Gin with a modern twist that celebrates the lushness and light of the French Riviera.
Made from wheat in copper stills, the fresh citrus botanicals, including bitter orange Bigarade, sweet orange and pink grapefruit, are grown locally in France.
Enjoy this certified-organic spirit in gin & tonics, martinis, or your favourite gin cocktail.
Regular Price: $49.50
This Month: $44.55
Why Is Champagne the “Drink of Celebration”?
Champagne has become a ubiquitious part of celebratory events, including birthdays, anniveraries and, of course, New Year’s Eve. But why is this delicious sparkling wine associated with celebrations?
Invented by accident in the 17th Century, according to legend, champagne quickly became a favourite of the French nobility due to its cost and novelty, and was often consumed at parties.
As the industry grew more people in France were able to enjoy the effervescent taste of champagne, and thanks to the ease of shipping brought about by the Industrial Revolution it quickly spread further abroad.
Nowadays no party is complete without a glass (or two) of champagne to make any moment feel even more special.