Genny Dow's Picks
If, like me, you’d never heard of Souson, and you’re someone who likes to explore new wine styles, then this is a great place to start. Souson is a grape sometimes used in Port, or as a blending grape for the Ribeira DO in the very Northwestern corner of Spain. But this medium bodied, single varietal and wild fermented interpretation from organic Glaician producer The Flower and the Bee has no trouble standing out on its own. The nose is pleasantly fresh and just a touch herbaceous with notes of green olive, figs and tangy cranberry, while the palate yields rounder, riper berry and pomegranate flavours. Perfect for all your kebab pairing needs.