Feeling the pinch after weeks of lockdown and little money coming in?
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There are few better dishes than hearty French onion soup served with a rich sherry, a dash of it in the soup.
The region's time-honoured classic styles compare to wines from many more trendy districts.
Easy drinking, softer young red wines are more common in the marketplace these days.
Sunday is Mother's Day, and what are you going to give her?
In a buyer's market, there are real bargains out there.
Three wines from celebrated regions that deliver tons of bang for your buck.
Red wines that have spent some time in the bottle go best with the complex flavours of long-simmered stews.
Here are three Australian reds, at widely different price-levels, which all taste like wines of twice the price.