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Barefoot Malbec and Chardonnay Wines

Happy Tuesday.

Earlier this week Barefoot kindly sent me 2 bottles of their new wine to try.

How nice!? I love wine.

We love a glass or 2 of wine over the weekend, especially if my Husband is not up early the next day. Something to go with a nice bit of junk food.

Pizza or Chinese anyone?

A perfect compliment to any weekend treat.

Only one question to ask.

Which bottle first.

Red or White?

Decisions, decisions.

Barefoot Malbec:

  •  A luscious red wine that tantalizes the taste buds. 
  • With juicy flavours of blackberry, currant and vanilla with a smooth finish. 
  • It also has hints of toasted oak make it delicious with barbecued steak.

This wine tastes great served with Barbecued steak, spicy pulled pork or pizza! Loved this one.

Barefoot Chardonnay.

Barefoot Chardonnay:

  • FEET-uring flavours of honeyed peach and Fuji apple alongside aromas of sweet vanilla.
  • Medium bodied wine promises a sumptuously smooth taste. 
  • Perfectly paired with fresh fruits and a warm summer breeze, Barefoot Chardonnay goes great with pasta or some fresh light seafood. 

Great to enjoy:

  • Movie Nights In Or Outside.
  • BBQ With Friends.
  • Hosting A Dinner Party.
  • Drink With Evening Meal.
  • Summer Nights On The Garden.

Barefoot Wines are one of our favourite brands.

They are good quality, taste divine and are sold at a reasonable price. A perfect wine for BBQ’s and summer parties.

If I was choosing a bottle of wine from our local shop, this is one brand I would usually pick.

Barefoot Wines are available from all good stockists nationwide with an RRP of £6.99.

Thumbs up from us.

About this post:

I was kindly gifted 2 bottles of wine to share some food pairing ideas. All thoughts are my own and I was not paid for this post. Thanks for supporting the brands I work with.

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