Louis Chaurey Champagne
Philippe Launois has been making fizz in Champagne's undulating vineyards for more than a decade. His Louis Chaurey, with its hints of cream and citrus, is made from three traditional grapes; Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
Monks from the Abbey of Pontigny first planted Chardonnay grapes along the River Serein's slopes in the 12th century and today the Burgundy region still produces exceptional Chablis, like this crisp 2012 version.
Les Closiers Châteauneuf-du-Pape
One of the most celebrated and best-loved wines that France produces, Châteauneuf-du-Pape is as full-bodied and fragrant as reds come. This 2011 vintage scooped a bronze in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards.
Baronne de Siaurac Lalande de Pomerol
A thoroughly modern claret from the esteemed Bordeaux appellation, Lalande de Pomerol, this vivid, high-end red from France's largest and well-established fine wine region blends floral accents with sweet fruit.
Castro Martin Albariño
Quince, honey and lashings of pear in this light Albariño transport you to lush, verdant Galicia in north western Spain, where this wine is produced by Angela Martin on her family-owned estate.
Valdepomares Blanco Rioja
Rioja is the best-known of the Spanish wine regions and renowned for producing jammy, punchy reds, but this blanco version from the Alavesa area offers a lighter match for shellfish and grilled vegetables.
Marques De Alarcon Rosado
A strawberry-hued and flavoured rosé that's made for summer, this traditional Tempranillo works with lighter, holiday dishes like sushi, grilled chicken or vegetable kebabs and zesty, citrus-heavy salads.
Fino Dry Sherry
A fortified wine from the parched plains of Andalucia, sherry, or Jerez, is as quintessentially Spanish as matadors and flamenco. This was commended in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards and International Wine Challenge.
Brut Cava Prestige
Once looked down on as a cheap alternative to champagne, cava has developed a deserved reputation for quality, like this immaculate Brut Prestige - a tangy, apple-scented fizz that's perfect for parties.
Terraced vineyards and craggy hills covered in mineral-rich llicorella slate soil make up the historic Priorat region, where this unoaked red is produced. Drink with another of Spain's best-loved exports: Manchego cheese.
Barbera d'Alba DOC Superiore, Cantina Terre del Barolo, Piedmont
Rich, deep and packed with layer upon layer of classically Italian flavours - red fruits, truffle, chocolate and spice - savour this smooth red with hearty plates of lamb, stews and seared steaks.
Colle Del Principe Prosecco
While Champagne is a region, Prosecco is an appellation of the Glera grape that grows on a ribbon of rippling land from Valdobbiadene to Vittorio Veneto. This easy drinking fizz has a hint of sweet candy floss.
No Italian tour would be complete without a certified bottle from this well-established Tuscan wine zone. This Classico is aged in Yugoslavian Botti oak casks to help develop its spicy character.
Vermentino Di Sardegna
Sardinia earned the name 'insula vini' - wine island - in the 16th century, and with deliciously distinctive wines like this Vermentino, which is made using grapes seldom seen on mainland Italy, it's easy to see why.
This beautifully balanced white is crafted just a few hours from Naples by local winemaker, Marco Giulioli and consultant Dr Riccardo Cotarella, who ensure that only fruit of the highest quality is grown at the winery.
Margaret River Merlot
Margaret River, 2014
Blended by M&S' Belinda Kleinig with Larry Cherubino from Robert Oatley Vineyards, this plummy Merlot is a true classic. Made with hand-selected grapes from Margaret River, a region famed for its full-bodied reds.
The Islander Kangaroo Island Sangiovese
Kangaroo Island, 2014
You'll find the rolling green vineyards of Kangaroo Island just off the south coast of Australia. It's a pristine place with a surprisingly cool climate that gives this breezy Sangiovese a delicate subtlety.
Burra Brook Rosé
Barossa Valley, 2014
An intriguing mix of Shiraz, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese, this complex, refreshing rosé delivers a ripe, juicy hit of flavour full of summer berries - made for lazy alfresco evenings.
William's Well Gewürztraminer & Riesling
Crafted in the sun bleached Riverina region, which gives the often-maligned Riesling grape a citrus note that's distinctively Australian, this unapologetically fruity wine bursts with tropical touches and rose petals.
Marananga Dam Grenache Shiraz Mourvédre
South East Australia, 2012
Rich, spicy and spiked with black pepper, this M&S exclusive red has been made from 50 year old vines by winemaker David Powell. Pair with chargrilled meats, smoking hot from the barbecue.
Famatina Valley, 2014
Made by Susana Balbo, one of Argentina's leading female winemakers, Torrontes vines grow at altitude in Salta, where the grapes are vinified at more than 2,000 metres above the sea level.
Butcher's Block Bonarda - Malbec
The arid, sunbaked landscapes of Argentina were made for Malbec. Butcher's Block grapes are grown at altitude on the slopes of the Andes, giving the wine an intense, berry fruit edge.
Santa Julia Seleccion Tempranillo
New to M&S, this wine comes from third generation growers who've been producing wine since 1963. Crafted from 100 per cent Tempranillo grapes, try this spicy, vanilla-scented red with rare steaks and roasts.
Fragoso Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé
Hot sun and cool nights in the Cuyo region of Mendoza give this fruity rosé its distinctive character. Crafted by third-generation winemaker Rodolfo 'Opi' Sadler, this wine won a commendation in the 2015 International Wine Challenge.
Arbol de Vida Pinot Grigio
Argentinian Pinot Grigio is a rarity, but when it's this good, you should snap it up while you can. Full of sun-ripened pear and quince, this wine was commended in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards.
United States of America
Kings Ridge Pinot Gris
Oregon's pine-forested landscape and coastal winds give the region's wines a unique freshness. This zingy Pinot Gris hails from the fertile Willamette Valley, a place dubbed 'the land of milk and honey' by 19th century settlers.
A silver winner in the 2015 International Wine Challenge, this bold red's name is a modern day interpretation of Bacchus, the god of wine, and its colourful label was created by UK artist, Ben Newman.
Fruity, easy to drink and medium dry, this rosé is about as breezy as Californian wines come. The perfect partner for lighter meals like poached salmon and salad, this was made to be savoured in the sunshine.
Freedom Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon
A full-bodied red that came to life in the Lodi region, when M&S winemaker, Belinda Kleinig, blended parcels of 100 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that thrive in the area's sultry days and temperate nights.
Central Coast, 2014
A wine that looks and tastes as sweet as its name suggests, this decadent, buttery Chardonnay is made from grapes grown on the sunny, premiere winemaking region of California's Central Coast.
PX Pedro Ximenez
Elqui Valley, 2012
The Pedro Ximeniez grapes in this pristine, grassy white are more traditionally found in Spanish desert wine, but when grown in Chile's most northerly wine region, they're transformed into an easy-to-drink aperitif.
Mestizo Marsanne Viognier
To quote Rick from the film Casablanca; drinking a glass of this nutty, peach-perfumed and ginger-spiked Viognier from the Casablanca Valley will feel like "the beginning of a beautiful friendship."
Secano Estate Rosé Pinot Noir
Leyda Valley, 2014
Fresh and aromatic with the scent of strawberries, this rosé is crafted using hand-harvested grapes in the Leyda Valley, where the vines are warmed by Chile's fierce sun and cooled by the Pacific Ocean breeze.
La Huasa Sauvignon Blanc
Valle Central, 2014
Commended in the 2015 International Wine Challenge, this razor-sharp, herb-laden Sauvignon from Chile's Central Valley cuts through spicy food like jerk chicken or chilli and garlic prawns with mouthwatering ease.
Los Almendros Fairtrade Cabernet Carmenere
Curico Valley, 2012
Made under the guidance of renowned Viñedos, Los Robles, this Fairtrade red is part of a collective of 19 small-scale growers who are trying to improve conditions in one of Chile's poorest regions.
Crow's Fountain Chenin Blanc
South Africa, 2014
If Pinotage is South Africa's signature red, then Chenin Blanc is its white. Fresh and overflowing with tropical guava and citrus notes, this is an ideal match for garlic-rich fish dishes and acidic goat's cheese.
Created by crossing Pinot Noir with Cinsault in the Twenties, Pinotage is South Africa's signature blend. A deep purple shade with a cherry finish, Houdamond is a classic example of this New World winner.
Graham Beck Sparkling
A silver medal winner in both Decanter's 2015 World Wine Awards and the 2015 International Wine Challenge, this stylish white combines buttery, brioche notes with tangy lime to make an ideal aperitif.
Fairtrade® Six Hats Rosé
Western Cape, 2014
Commended in the 2015 Decanter World Wine Awards and crafted on Fairtrade certified vineyards in South Africa's Western Cape, which in turn supports local workers and communities, this wine has both style and substance.
Honeycomb Journey's End Chardonnay
This mouthwatering white has undertones of roasted almonds and tart apples and is produced in South Africa's premiere winemaking region of Stellenbosch. As versatile as it is drinkable, pair it with pastas and creamy chicken dishes.