Albarino is quickly becoming the hot new white grape so better get with it! It’s a natural follow-up to Sauvignon or Pinot Grigio as it feels a bit like a blend of both. The one below is big on refreshment, and low on flavour ““ perfect for warm weather gulping. The down side of Albarino (Alvarino in Portugal) is the price tag ““ offerings through LCBO Vintages usually cost $18. Lolo is a Coop wine hence the lower price. While it’s nothing special, it will put you in the game ““ and the colourful label should carry the day.

LOLA N/V Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain 483933 $15.25

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