One’s wine choices are usually limited to red and white, or rosé if you a little change.
And last year, blue wine was touted as the next big thing, though it hardly sounded appetising.
Now, a tastier – more stylish – alternative is on the cards; black wine.
You’ll be glad to hear its colour isn’t down to the addition of dodgy food colourings. It comes from indigotine, a dye extracted from plants and anthocyanin, a pigment found in grape skins.
It’s essentially a super-dark red wine and apparently, when you sip it, you’ll notice that the legs are red.
According to the Washington Post, whose writers sampled a few black wines, they vary in flavour profiles, but a common element is the flavour of blackberry.
And, as most striking-looking foods tend to, it’s been a hit on Instagram with the hashtag #blackwine doing the rounds with foodie types.
Importantly, can you buy it in the UK?
It’s difficult to define what is or isn’t a black wine, as they’re technically red wines, but there appears to be a selection of them available in UK supermarkets if their names are anything to go by.
While “almost black” The Black Stump Durif Shiraz 2017 is available on the Laithwaite’s Wine website for £9.99.
In other words, it’s quite reasonably priced, so you can enjoy some vampire-esque after work drinks without breaking the bank.
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