You have probably been looking around trying to find the best wine for the holidays. Each brand seems a bit off and you are opting to go back to the brand you are used to. Well, your search is over. UK Vintners, a wine trader that works to buy and sell the world’s finest wines, has created a list that will make your work easier. Through its dedicated fine wine consultants, the company sampled and chose the best five wines you could go for during this holiday. Below is a recap of the five.

– Benychevelle 2008

Wine can’t get softer than this, The Benychevelle offers a thin blend of raspberry, cranberry and other wine fruits that work to make it as fruity as you want your wine to be. The wine is at its prime and is to be consumed not more than five years prior to its manufacture date. It is among the Saint-Julien line of products.

– D’Yquem 2009

For any dessert during this festive season, UK Vintners recommend that one picks the D’Yquem 2009. It blends together honey with hints of sweet spiced pears, apricot among many other spices to give an amazingly sweet taste. The white wine originates from France. It is made by Chateau d’Yquem, a winery that has over 400 years in wine manufacturing.

– Montrose 1998

The best winery in St. Estephe owns this product. According to UK Vintners, the wine is best for consumption at a New Year Eve party. Apart from the Merlot grape which is the main component, black cherry aromas and plum have also been included in its recipe.

– Ducru Beaucaillou from 2005

The 2005 bottle is now mature enough for consumption. A bottle of the fine wine is full of flavor and a distinctive purple color that makes is look amazing on your wine glass. It manufacturer, the Ducru Beaucaillou, has been in the industry for long and has perfected its art in winemaking. Its is among the oldest wineries in the Saint-Julien label.

– Pichon Baron 1998

Low in acid, sweet and traditional. These are some of the desirable features in wine that the product contains. Made with hints of charcoal blended together with black currants and toasty oak, the wine will serve you well during this holiday. Other ingredients include Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. It comes packed in a medium-bodied bottle. The wine is associated with the Pauillac brand of Bordeaux.


UKV PLC is an independent wine merchant company that specializes in trading the best wines in the world, suitable for any occasion. Over the years, the company has worked with a huge number of wine traders. Wine brokers, traders and merchants from different parts of the world work together with the company to push their best wine brands into the market.

Other than distributing wine online for consumption, UKV PLC acts as a broker for investors that are looking to get their grade into the UK market.

Read the full press release here.