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White Wine

White wine is usually made from white grapes but can also be produced from red grapes where minimal contact with the grape skins is allowed to take place. Such wines are known as blanc de noirs in French. The grapes are de-stemmed and crushed before being pumped into a wine press to squeeze out all the juice. The juice is then clarified before being moved into vats to ferment.

Maceration, contact with the skins, with white grapes is uncommon and only used when a winemaker wishes to extract flavour compounds from the skins. This is called a cold soak and is only ever implemented for a few hours unlike the much longer soak given to many red wines to extract both colour and tannins. Macerated white wines have a deeper colour and a higher polyphenol content. Highly aromatic grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier and Riesling gain the most from this technique.

Many wine regions produce great white wines but the more famous tend to come from the Loire valley, Burgundy and Bordeaux in France. Key white grape varieties include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Sémillon and Riesling. There are many more all of which have distinctive characteristics.

Dry white table wines fall into three main taste categories: Light & crisp, fruity & supple and full-bodied whites.

Light and crisp whites provide easy drinking. These are refreshing and floral with fruity notes but with little in the way of complexity. Maçon-Villages, Bourgogne Aligoté, Petit Chablis and Apremont fall into this category. Best drunk with simple dishes but also with fried fish, oysters, mussels, and charcuterie. It is unlikely that these wines will age well so drink young. Serve at 8°C.

Fruity and supple white wines are fresh and full of fruit, quite often with citrus notes. Wines from Chablis, Pouilly-Fumé, Pouilly-Fuissé, Graves and Sancerre are good examples. They usually go well with shellfish, many seafood dishes, cheeses and charcuterie.

Full-bodied whites have the most complexity and class. Rich and creamy still with a lovely freshness, these wines tend to be matured in oak casks where they pick up notes of vanilla and toast. Many great wines are in this category including Meursault, Chablis Premier & Grand Crus, Corton-Charlemagne, Puligny-Montrachet and Montrachet from Burgundy as well as wines from Pessac-Léognan in Bordeaux. Well-suited to high-end dining these wines are perfect with lobster, delicate fish, white meats, creamy sauces and creamy cheeses to name a few. Serve a little warmer than the others at 10-14°C.

  1. Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2014

    Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2014

    The latest vintage of Bernhard Ott's Am Berg Grüner Veltliner. This is a delicious crisp, dry, food friendly white wine produced in Wagram, a wine producing sub-region in Niederösterreich (Lower Austria). Bio-dynamic viticulture certified by Austrian certification authority Respekt.

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    Grape Variety Gruner Veltliner
    Country Austria

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  2. Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2013

    Terroir de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2013

    Patrick Piuze makes fabulous Chablis and the 2013 Terroir de Courgis is a pale golden colour with a tropical fruit nose and a touch of yeasty bread aromas.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  3. Clotilde Davenne, Chablis, 2012

    Clotilde Davenne, Chablis, 2012

    Classic Chablis in a clean, fruit-driven style with no oak whatsoever with a layer of minerality as befits this appellation.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  4. La Pucelle Domaine Roux, Saint-Aubin, 2011

    La Pucelle Domaine Roux, Saint-Aubin, 2011

    White Burgundy from the Côte de Beaune with tropical fruit, peach and a hint of cinnamon spice.

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    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  5. Torbreck, The Bothie, Barossa Valley, 2010 (Half Bottle)

    Torbreck, The Bothie, Barossa Valley, 2010 (Half Bottle)

    Australian "sticky" Muscat dessert wine which is sweet, crisp, silky and pure. Its freshness is atypical and all the more welcome for it.

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    Colour White Wine
    Country Australia

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  6. Château Filhot, 2me Cru Classé Sauternes, 2009

    Château Filhot, 2me Cru Classé Sauternes, 2009

    Château Filhot is a very good quality sweet wine from the Sauternes appellation.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauternes Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Country France

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  7. Torbreck, The Bothie, Barossa Valley, 2009 (1/2 Bottle)

    Torbreck, The Bothie, Barossa Valley, 2009 (1/2 Bottle)

    Torbreck's 2009 vintage Bothie displays beautifully fragrant aromas of fresh pine/lime, melon and lychee accompanied by extraordinary floral notes.

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    Colour White Wine
    Country Australia

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  8. Domaine de l'Alliance, Sauternes, 2009 (50cl)

    Domaine de l'Alliance, Sauternes, 2009 (50cl)

    This delicious Sauternes is made by a quality-conscious producer whose wines regularly out-perform others from the appellation with bigger reputations.

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    Colour White Wine
    Country France

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  9. 'Les Sarres' Domaine Rijckaert, Côtes du Jura, 2009

    'Les Sarres' Domaine Rijckaert, Côtes du Jura, 2009

    A delicious Chardonnay from the less well-known Côtes du Jura region in eastern France made by wine-maker Jean Rijkaert

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  10. Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 2007 (1/2 Bottle)

    Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 2007 (1/2 Bottle)

    Château Guiraud is the only 1er Cru Classé wine estate within the boundaries of the commune of Sauternes apart from the great Ch. d'Yquem.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauternes Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Country France

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  11. Wegeler Estate, Mosel Riesling, 2007

    Wegeler Estate, Mosel Riesling, 2007

    This 2007 Mosel Riesling with flavours of apple, a floral nose, some minerality and a crisp acidity making it a delicious Riesling which, due to its naturally low alcohol content, is a great quaffing wine.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Riesling
    Country Germany

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  12. Maison Nicolas Potel, Auxey-Duresses Blanc, 2006

    Maison Nicolas Potel, Auxey-Duresses Blanc, 2006

    A light gold white Burgundy boasting citrus, orange and fresh almond with a stylish bouquet. The good attack on the palate develops delicious floral, nut and mineral flavours.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  13. Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 2006 (1/2 Bottle)

    Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 2006 (1/2 Bottle)

    Botrytis infected Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc grapes produce this white dessert wine with great freshness and life.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauternes Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Country France

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  14. Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 1997

    Chateau Guiraud, 1er Cru Classé Sauternes, 1997

    Chateau Guiraud 1997, a 1er Cru Classé sweet dessert wine from the commune of Sauternes, has a very intense, rich nose of pineapple, melted butter and crystallized citrus with notes of orange, liquorice and cinnamon.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauternes Blend
    Country France

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  15. Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes, 1988

    Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes, 1988

    The 1988 is somewhat lighter than some vintages of this wine and displays fine balance with good acidity and a consistent aromas of apricot and honey. It offers a clean and crisp finish which is not at all cloying.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauternes Blend
    Country France

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  16. Château Suduiraut, 1er Grand Cru Classé Sauternes, 1921

    Château Suduiraut, 1er Grand Cru Classé Sauternes, 1921

    Château Suduiraut has a long tradition of producing exemplary Sauternes dessert wines.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauternes Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Country France

    £799.99

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  17. Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc Classique, 2014

    Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc Classique, 2014

    Deliciously crisp Chardonnay with great minerality, texture and fruit definition. This is a terrific wine to drink on its own as a superior apéritif or with lighter cuisine.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

    Out of stock

  18. Clotilde Davenne, St Bris, 2014

    Clotilde Davenne, St Bris, 2014

    This wine is made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes from vineyards near St. Bris lying between Chablis in northern Burgundy and the Upper Loire.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauvignon Blanc
    Country France

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  19. Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2013

    Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2013

    This wine is made in a very clean and pure style using stainless steel tanks with no lees stirring. The fruit flavours are of green apple, peach and citrus and have some spiciness including notes of lemon grass.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Gruner Veltliner
    Country Austria

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  20. Mont Tauch, Les Garrigues Grande Reserve Grenache Blanc, Tuchan, 2013

    Mont Tauch, Les Garrigues Grande Reserve Grenache Blanc, Tuchan, 2013

    A white wine made from the Grenache Blanc variety that pairs well with almost any seafood.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Grenache Blanc
    Country France

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  21. Les Affaubertis Eric Louis, Pouilly-Fumé, 2013

    Les Affaubertis Eric Louis, Pouilly-Fumé, 2013

    Eric Louis' Les Affaubertis, 2013, is characterised by a lemon and apple nose and stereotypical flinty notes of gunsmoke.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauvignon Blanc
    Country France

    Out of stock

  22. Château Martet Blanc, Sainte-Foy Bordeaux, 2013

    Château Martet Blanc, Sainte-Foy Bordeaux, 2013

    Bio-dynamically produced white Bordeaux that is 60% Sémillon. Great with seafood.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend White
    Country France

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  23. Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2012

    Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2012

    Classic Chablis which expresses the qualities of its terroir, this is a simply superb single village Chablis.

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    Colour White Wine
    Country France

    Out of stock

  24. Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2012

    Bernhard Ott, Am Berg Grüner Veltliner, 2012

    This wine is made in a very clean and pure style using stainless steel tanks with no lees stirring. The fruit flavours are of green apple, peach and citrus with some spice including lemon-grass notes.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Gruner Veltliner
    Country Austria

    Out of stock

  25. Giribaldi, I Risi, Gavi, D.O.C.G, 2012

    Giribaldi, I Risi, Gavi, D.O.C.G, 2012

    The I Risi Gavi, 20012, from Azienda Giribaldi Mario has a ripe red and yellow apple nose with white pecan and a touch of citrus. It is a white wine with a zingy and bright quality with a nice texture and finish.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Cortese
    Country Italy

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  26. Petit Chablis, Patrick Piuze, 2012

    Petit Chablis, Patrick Piuze, 2012

    Patrick Piuze's Petit Chablis is made from hand-picked grapes sourced on the plateau above the grand cru hill, which overlooks the small town of Chablis, from a specific site known as La Petite Preuses.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  27. Bodegas Castro Martin, Albariño, Family Estate Selection, 2012

    Bodegas Castro Martin, Albariño, Family Estate Selection, 2012

    This Albariño from Bodegas Castro Martin is somewhat restrained on the nose however this light-medium bodied white from Galicia (on the north Atlantic coast of Spain) comes into its own palatally.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Albarino
    Country Spain

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  28. Baron Rothschild Mouton Cadet, Bordeaux Blanc, 2012

    Baron Rothschild Mouton Cadet, Bordeaux Blanc, 2012

    Mouton Cadet Blanc is a dry white wine from Bordeaux AOC which is a very reasonably priced blend of 65% Sauvignon Blanc, 30% Sémillon and 5% Muscadelle grapes made in a lighter, crisp style.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend White
    Country France

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  29. Château Bonnet Blanc, Entre-Deux-Mers, 2012

    Château Bonnet Blanc, Entre-Deux-Mers, 2012

    A blend of 50% Sauvignon Blanc, 40% Sémillon and 10% Muscadelle. Delicious dry white wine, good with a wide range of seafood.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend White
    Country France

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  30. Château Martet Blanc, Sainte-Foy Bordeaux, 2011

    Château Martet Blanc, Sainte-Foy Bordeaux, 2011

    This charming dry white wine is characterised by its floral nature, subtle finesse and notes of exotic fruits. For best results drink it young and serve between 9°-12°C.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Gris, Sémillon
    Country France

    Out of stock

  31. Clotilde Davenne, Chablis, 2011

    Clotilde Davenne, Chablis, 2011

    If you prefer wines where the fruit is not allowed to be obscured by oak, then you should try the 2011 Chablis of Clotilde Davenne, since she avoids the use of wood completely in her cellar, thus allowing the wines a better chance of reflecting their individual ‘terroirs’.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  32. Cuvee Claude Denogent les Cras, Pouilly-Fuisse, 2011

    Cuvee Claude Denogent les Cras, Pouilly-Fuisse, 2011

    Cuvee Claude Denogent les Cras is a superb southern Burgundy from the Maconnais region of Pouilly-Fuisse.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  33. Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc Classique, 2011

    Jean-Paul Brun, Beaujolais Blanc Classique, 2011

    This delicious Chardonnay shows that Jean-Paul Brun's efforts with with this grape rival those of many a more prestigious Burgundian appellation. His un-oaked Beaujolais Blanc Classique is a match for the best Macon Villages.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  34. Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2011

    Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2011

    Terroirs de Courgis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2011 is a dry and crisp Chablis, gold in colour with soft notes of apricot, apple and citrus on the nose whilst mineral tastes dwell on the palate. This white offers great value for money and is perfect for a summer drink.

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    Colour White Wine
    Country France

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  35. Mont Tauch, Les Garrigues Grande Reserve Grenache Blanc, Tuchan, 2011

    Mont Tauch, Les Garrigues Grande Reserve Grenache Blanc, Tuchan, 2011

    This Mont Tauch, Les Garrigues Grande Reserve Grenache Blanc, Tuchan, 2011 is as satisfying as many a basic but more expensive white Burgundy, unencumbered by any unnecessary use of oak.

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    Grape Variety Grenache Blanc
    Country France

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  36. d'Arenberg, The Stump Jump Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills, 2011

    d'Arenberg, The Stump Jump Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills, 2011

    The Stump Jump is a charming, lightly-wooded Chardonnay from the famous d'Arenberg winery. The grapes are carefully crushed and basket pressed to produce a fresh, crisp white wine which is oaked to give a beautifully smooth finish. Lovely to drink on its own or a great accompaniment to a meal.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country Australia

    Out of stock

  37. Vaillons 'Les Minots' Vieilles Vignes Patrick Piuze, Chablis 1er Cru, 2011

    Vaillons 'Les Minots' Vieilles Vignes Patrick Piuze, Chablis 1er Cru, 2011

    A wonderful premier cru Chablis from a young master of the area. Try Patrick's wines to see what makes the critics enthuse so much.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  38. Terroir de Chablis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2011

    Terroir de Chablis Patrick Piuze, Chablis, 2011

    The grapes for Piuze's Terroir de Chablis, 2011, are harvested from the north facing slope of the Les Forêts vineyard and are picked exclusively by hand. This is a serious Chablis which has fantastic depth and a distinct mineral character underpinning the apple and citrus fruit.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  39. Maison Nicolas Potel, Chablis 1er Cru, 2009

    With grapes picked by hand from only Premier Cru vineyards, this is a simply delicious premier cru Chablis from the 2009 vintage, pure and fresh, with rich, complex aromas starting to resemble those of a grand cru vineyard. The nose has lovely buttery notes along with grapefruit and orange peel.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  40. Les Affaubertis Eric Louis, Pouilly-Fumé, 2011

    Les Affaubertis Eric Louis, Pouilly-Fumé, 2011

    With Sancerre just around the corner, this Pouilly-Fumé shares many of the same qualities. Crisp and refreshing with a stony minerality on the tongue and a crisp acidity to finish. Flinty lemon and apple come to mind when drinking this on a summer's day.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauvignon Blanc
    Country France

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  41. d'Arenberg The Lucky Lizard Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills, 2010

    d'Arenberg The Lucky Lizard Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills, 2010

    D'Arenberg has fashioned this deliciously creamy Chardonnay, which has lovely balancing acidity, at an extremely reasonable price point.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country Australia

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  42. La Pucelle Domaine Roux, Saint-Aubin, 2010

    La Pucelle Domaine Roux, Saint-Aubin, 2010

    Saint Aubin is a less well-known village in the Côte de Beaune and, as such, offers extremely good value compared with the more famous villages.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

    Out of stock

  43. La Croix Domaine Robert-Denogent, Pouilly-Fuissé, 2010

    La Croix Domaine Robert-Denogent, Pouilly-Fuissé, 2010

    A great Pouilly-Fuissé made from the fruit of old vines showing just how good white wines from southern Burgundy can be.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  44. Claudie Jobard, Rully Blanc Montagne La Folie, 2010

    Claudie Jobard, Rully Blanc Montagne La Folie, 2010

    This Rully Blanc is delicately floral and provides delicious drinking in its youth mellowing and becoming richer and more complex after a few years in bottle. Great value for a white Burgundy.

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    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

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  45. Michel Chapoutier, Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Bernardine Blanc, 2008

    Michel Chapoutier, Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Bernardine Blanc, 2008

    Michel Chapoutier is a passionate biodynamic producer from the Rhône valley and he has produced a great example here of the white wines that Châteauneuf-du-Pape can produce. A blend of Grenache Blanc and Bourboulenc, this is a lively, fresh and medium-bodied white with a nose full of white currants, quince and apricots.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc, White Grenache
    Country France

    Out of stock

  46. Chateau Grillet (Neyret-Gachet), 2007

    Chateau Grillet (Neyret-Gachet), 2007

    The Viognier grapes of Chateau Grillet grow in a natural amphitheatre in the Northern Rhone close to Condrieu, the other famous home of this most deliciously aromatic of white grapes.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Viognier
    Country France

    £80.00

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  47. Maison Nicolas Potel, Montagny 1er Cru, 2006

    Maison Nicolas Potel, Montagny 1er Cru, 2006

    Maison Nicolas Potel's Montagny 1er Cru, 2006 is a really great white Burgundy with a good bit of age behind it and well matured flavours. It has a wonderfully expressive nose full of citrus notes, orange peel, fresh almonds but also hints of exotic fruits and vanilla. The colour is pale golden yellow still with greenish tints. This is a well-rounded, fresh white, a great match for any shellfish, oyster or poultry dish.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Chardonnay
    Country France

    Out of stock

  48. Lopez de Heredia, Viña Gravonia Blanco, Rioja, 2002

    Lopez de Heredia, Viña Gravonia Blanco, Rioja, 2002

    This superb white Rioja from the 2002 vintage has lovely aromas of honeysuckle and beeswax with a refreshingly crisp palate. This will drink well now and for another 5 - 10 years.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Macabeo
    Country Spain

    Out of stock

  49. Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes, 1990

    Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes, 1990

    The 1990 vintage of Château Rayne Vigneau, Sauternes, is a deep, honeyed, light-golden, thickly textured, sweet white dessert wine.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauternes Blend
    Country France

    Out of stock

  50. Château Rieussec, Premier Cru Classé Sauternes, 1983

    Château Rieussec, Premier Cru Classé Sauternes, 1983

    Château Rieussec is a Premier Cru Classé Sauternes which is known for its good value and quality from this exalted appellation.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Muscadelle, Sauternes Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon
    Country France

    £59.99

    Out of stock

  51. Château de Ricaud, Loupiac, 1929

    Château de Ricaud, Loupiac, 1929

    Despite Château de Ricaude coming from Loupiac it demonstrates how comparable these wines can be with their illustrious Sauternes & Barsac neighbours just across the river. This is sensational by any standard, bronze in colour with a huge marmalade unctuous nose.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauternes Blend
    Country France

    Out of stock

  52. Moscatel de Setúbal, Jose Maria da Fonseca, 1900

    Moscatel de Setúbal, Jose Maria da Fonseca, 1900

    Moscatel de Setúbal is one of the world's great fortified sweet wines produced by Jose Maria da Fonseca from the Moscatel grape variety which is closely related to the better known Muscat grape of France.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Moscatel
    Country Portugal

    £299.99

    Out of stock

  53. Supper Club Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, 2013

    Supper Club Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, 2013

    2013’s excellent growing conditions resulted in a whole host of international awards and high ratings for Nick Entwistle’s Supper Club Sauvignon Blanc.

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    Colour White Wine
    Grape Variety Sauvignon Blanc
    Country New Zealand

    Out of stock

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