Category Archives: Waitrose

Corbello Cattarratto Inzolia Sicily IGT 2016

I picked this wine up in Waitrose because the sun was shining, the birds were singing and it felt like spring had finally sprung.  I was looking forward to sitting outside in the evening, seeing the cherry blossom all around, watching the daffodils bloom and feeling at one with the world.  The label screamed relaxed… Read More »

Waitrose Soave Classico 2012

I’m partial to Italian wine, and whilst I’ll usually plump for an Italian red, there are some good whites.  There’s some bad ones too, but let’s not worry too much about those.  There’s plenty of Pinot Grigio sloshing about at all sorts of quality levels, but the regionally specific wines tend to be a little… Read More »