A concentrated and refined Sauvignon Blanc, not the typical tropical fruit style of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. This wine was described by winemaker Anna Flowerday as a Sauvignon Blanc for people who think they don't like Sauvignon Blanc. Not too in your face but a fresh and subtle style
A favourite recent find and great value if I say so myself. Lovely, crisp dry Chenin with hints of tangerine, lemon aromas & flavours, a touch of honey and flinty minerality. So much going on - it's delicious.
Gold in color and loaded with lemon, lime and stone fruits. The palate is lush, elegant and ripe, with a satisfying, lingering zesty finish. 92 Parker Points
Lighter style of American Chardonnay from cool climate Sonoma Coast AVA; only 10% is aged in oak and that is used oak so this wine is fruity - principally apples & pears. Lovely silky texture too.
Vermentino Toscana may be better known but this French Vermentino is one of the best I have ever tasted. Complex, light bodied unoaked white wine with citrus & apple flavours; very food-friendly too. Rock n Roll!
A bit like Pinot Grigio in terms of body, this Sicilian wine is produced from the Grillo grape. The structure comes from lees ageing not from oak, the flavours include lemon, apple with nutty & orange hints. Not too aromatic, the wine retains a fresh style
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