100 AWEsome Wines 2018 Free Download
Hot off the Press! This year’s edition of 100 AWEsome Wines is just out. It’s a brand new edition for 2018, now in its 4th year.
Here’s what it’s about:
“How fortunate we are to live in a world where wine exists. And so many. In so many different styles. If you find the wide choice available to you a little unnerving, then this brochure can help. We don’t all have the same tastes as evidenced by the variety selected here, so you are sure to find something you love at a price you like.
AWE members taste and teach wine almost daily, quite often they drink it, too! It does mean that they are buying a lot of wines throughout the year and this guide is full of those they rate as being exceptional quality and value. They come from over 20 wine-producing countries and are available to buy in the UK from supermarkets, independent wine merchants and online websites, so you should have no difficulty in sourcing them.
The brochure is divided into easy-to-use sections: whites Under £10, reds Under £10 then wines between £10 and £25, again split by colour, followed by sweet, sparkling, and fortified wines, finishing with a couple of Sakes.
Each of the wines has been selected by virtue of the fact that it represents great quality at an affordable price. You will notice that there are more in the higher price bracket – this is not a coincidence. If you can stretch your wine budget a little, you will enjoy the rewards in your glass.”
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As usual, as a Member of the AWE (Association of Wine Educators) I have contributed a couple of stunning entries. There are personal favourites. The others are from some of my favourite people in wine. Hence you can bet it’s a reliable and useful guide.
You can download the free brochure in .pdf format by clicking here: 100-Awesome-Wines-2018-Wine-Alchemy-Download. The link is safe, it just goes to another part of this website.
I find it particularly useful to keep it on a mobile device. That way I can call it up when I’m wine shopping!
Please note that this is a UK wine guide. All the wines are currently available in the UK, so I can’t promise they are available elsewhere.
Meanwhile, the previous article about the 2017 edition is here.