When it comes to ‘Making Your Mind Up’ for the weekend wine list and choosing some reds, whites, rosés and fizz to go with your Eurovision party food, our experts are here to help. These unsung bottles from around Europe are well worth a look - and ideal for enjoying with friends.

This is Morrisons calling, and we have the results from our top pick of Euro wines to sample during the song contest on Saturday night. All you need to do is choose your party food (or bring out the barbecue if the weather is kind) and settle into the songs with a glass of something Italian, Romanian or even Greek for the big night.

‘Douze points’ may be too much to ask for, but here are twelve Eurovision party drinks to help you celebrate the contest in style:

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Morrisons Pinot Grigio (£4.25)
A crisp and fresh Pinot with a zingy tang of apples and pears.

Raise a glass to Song 7: ‘Hey Mamma’ by Sunstroke Project.

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Morrisons The Best Prosecco Spumante (offer price: £6.50)
A delicate lemony scent on top of soft peachy flavours - nice and fruity with a lovely hint of sweetness.

Raise a glass to Song 9: ‘Occidentali's Karma’ by Francesco Gabbani.

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Morrisons The Best Douro Red (£6)
Rich and fruity with plum and black cherry flavours and a hint of spice.

Raise a glass to Song 11: ‘Amar Pelos Dois’ by Salvador Sobral.

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Hardys Stamp Shiraz Cabernet (offer price: £5)
A rich red wine packed with warm cherry flavours and a hint of vanilla oak.

Raise a glass to Song 14: ‘Don’t Come Easy’ by Isaiah.

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Mavrodaphne of Patras (£5.50)
A sweet, rich dessert wine. Pop it in the fridge first, then sip it slowly with a rich cheese.

Raise a glass to Song 15: ‘Occidentali's Karma’ by Francesco Gabbani.

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Morrisons The Best Canto Real Rueda (offer price: £5.50)
A fresh and fruity drop with light, lemon flavours.

Raise a glass to Song 16: ‘Do It For Your Lover’ by Manel Navarro

Euro Fact…’Canto Real’ translates to ‘Royal Singing’

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Chapel Down Brut (£22)
A pale lemon English beauty with a slightly floral, citrus aroma and crisp fruit finish.  

Raise a glass to Song 18: ‘Never Give Up On You’ by Lucie Jones.

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Surprisingly Good Pinot Noir (£5)
Cherry and raspberry fruitiness in a bottle - great with spare ribs.

Raise a glass to Song 20: ‘Yodel It!’ by Ilinca feat. Alex Florea.

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Kendermanns Riesling Mosel (offer price: £6)
Aromas of apples and citrus fruit, delightfully fruity with a lemon and lime finish.

Raise a glass to Song 21: ‘Perfect Life’ by Levina


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Silver Rock Merlot (£4.25)
A smooth, fruity, easy-drinking Merlot that’s soft with juicy berry flavours.

Raise a glass to Song 25: ‘Beautiful Mess’ by Kristian Kostov.

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New: Morrisons The Best IGP Cotes Catalanes (£7.50)
A smooth, spicy red wine - dark cherry and plum fruit flavours with a brush of herbs.

Raise a glass to Song 26: ‘Requiem’ by Alma.

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Bushmills (£20.50)
OK, so Ireland just missed out in the Semi Finals. But  so we’ve picked a whiskey in their honour for you to watch the results with.


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