Current white in the fridge: Momo Sauvignon Blanc 2013, £11.99, Armit
This is from a winery called Seresin, in New Zealand's Marlborough region. Now, the Seresin wines are more expensive. But Momo is Seresin's offspring (momo means offspring in Maori, love that). And what a gorgeous baby it is, with lots of lime and passion fruit. So, smarter than your average. Worked beautifully with slices of smoked salmon (darling).
Current red in the rack: Cotes du Rhone Villages 2013, £7.99, M&S
Great value Rhone red made from a blend of Grenache and Syrah grapes. This one's all bramble fruit and a kick of pepper. Cotes du Rhone Villages wines are usually better quality and value than simple Cotes du Rhone wines, with more weight and flavour to them. And they make great food wines, especially anything with meat and spice.
Peace out, winos x