Château Petit Roubié Picpoul de Pinet 2018, AOC Languedoc, France, 12.5% [Organic & Vegan]
Bone dry with an attractive mineral quality, delicate peach and apricot fruit characters, and a distinctive salty citrus tang to the finish. Brillant with seafood - especially shellfish.
Domaine de la Rossignole Sancerre Blanc 2017, AOC Sancerre, France, 13.5% [Vegan]
A delicate Sancerre with complex layers of flavour including lemon and passionfruit, floral notes, crushed herbs and a hint of smoke. The palate is beautifully refreshing with mouthwatering citrus characters and classic mineral overtones which persist onto the long finish.
Louis Michel Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre 2015, AOC Chablis, 13%
The most prestigious and sought after of the Chablis 1er Crus, it is sometimes said that Montée de Tonnerre should be the eighth Grand Cru! Vibrant yet restrained, with elegant mineral aromas, ripe fruit on the palate and a harmonious long finish. Delicious now - but will become increasingly complex over the next 7-8 years.
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San Marzano 'Il Pumo' Sauvignon-Malvasia 2017, IGP Salento, Italy, 12.5% [Vegan]
Delicate floral notes combine with aromas of tropical fruit and a hint of citrus zest. This lively, dry white blend from the 'heel' of southern Italy is bursting with ripe fruit flavours and is deliciously refreshing.
New Hall Vineyard Bacchus Reserve 2018, Esssex, 10.5% [Vegan]
Bacchus is one of the most interesting grape varieties currently grown in the UK (in my opinion). Light, clean and refreshing, it tastes a bit like Sauvignon Blanc – with aromatic citrus and gooseberry fruit (and a dash of elderflower cordial!).
Jordan ‘Nine Yards’ Chardonnay 2013, Stellenbosch, 13.5% [Vegan]
This multiple award winning flagship wine from the Jordan Estate is an intensely rich and full-bodied Chardonnay with complex layers of flavour. Spicy cloves, butterscotch, citrus peel and mineral characters combine with a rich mouthfeel and subtly balanced toasty French oak.
Novas Gran Reserva Chardonnay 2016, Casablanca, 13.5% [Organic & Vegan]
This rich, food friendly Chardonnay is full of fruity apricot, pineapple and peach fruit flavours and aromas, with a hint of hazelnut from the judicious use of lightly toasted oak. The palate is deliciously creamy and textured with a refreshing minerality and a clean finish.
Cuma Torrontés 2017, Salta, Argentina, 13.5% [Organic & Vegan]
Torrontés, Argentina's signature white grape variety, is distinctly perfumed with characteristic honeysuckle and rose petal aromas - and Cuma Torrontés is no exception. It is incredibly fresh with abundant citrus fruit aromas and flavours (lime, grapefruit and orange peel) which complement the floral characters, along with ripe peach and tropical fruit characters that round out the palate.
Stefano Lubiana ‘Primavera’ Chardonnay 2015, Tasmania, 13% [Organic & Vegan]
Wow - I fell in love with this wine from the very first sip! Elegant and well-structured with vibrant citrus characters, a juicy acidity and beautifully integrated nuances of smoky oak. Utterly delicious!
Walnut Block Wines ‘Collectables’ Sauvignon Blanc 2017, Marlborough, 12.5% [Organic & Vegan]
A classically flavoured Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – with good concentration of zesty citrus, ripe tropical fruit and subtle herbaceous characters. Vibrant and beautifully balanced, with a refreshingly crisp dry finish.
Yealands Estate Single Vineyard Pinot Gris 2016, Awatere Valley, Marlborough, 13.5% [Vegan]
This vibrant Pinot Gris is full-bodied and luscious, yet deliciously dry. It is packed full of ripe pear and melon characters, with a subtle hint of ginger and supported by a lovely mineral acidity.
Yealands Estate Single Vineyard P.G.R. 2018, New Zealand, 12.5% [Vegan]
A unique, slightly 'off-dry- blend of Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewurztraminer that is complex and full of flavour, but still zippy and fresh! It is brimming with lychee, pear and lime fruit characters with a touch of ginger. Blended specifically to complement spicy food - and especially the asian fusion cuisine that is so popular in NZ - it also pairs exceptionally well with your Friday night curry!
Saint Clair 'Origin' Viognier 2017, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, 12.5% [Vegan]
A beautifully elegant Viognier with distinctive varietal aromas of peach and apricot and a delicate note of honeysuckle. The palate has a lovely freshness with lots more ripe stone fruit flavours and a hint of coconut on the finish.
Urlar Pinot Gris 2016, Gladstone, New Zealand, 13.5% [Organic]
Fermented in old French oak barrels, this dry Pinot Gris is rich and opulent with peach and pear aromas and flavours, and some honeysuckle notes. The palate is dry and elegantly rounded with a deliciously creamy texture and a long lingering, faintly nutty finish.