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Villa Wolf Gewürztraminer is made in a fruity style that has just enough sweetness to be perfect with spicier dishes, but it is not so sweet that the wine becomes unbalanced. It is an extremely enjoyable and approachable style that can be enjoyed by all.
It was in the Pfalz region, back in the 19th century, that Pinot Gris was first identified as an individual variety and vinified separately. The modern-day Villa Wolf Pinot Gris is made in a full-bodied, dry style with fresh, unoaked fruit and a crisp texture. It is an excellent partner for salmon, chicken or pork.
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Steeped in a history dating back to 1692, the Lanzerac Wine Estate, home to the first bottled Pinotage, is situated at the foot of the majestic Jonkershoek Valley of Stellenbosch. This delicious Chardonnay showcases prominent citrus aromas on the nose followed by flavours of lemon, vanilla and hints of ginger. The perfect balance between fruit, acidity and softness.
Dry Riesling from the Hanewald-Schwerdt Estate located at the end of a road called Pochelstrabe. A ‘Pochel’ is a cairn built when people were moving stones outside of the vineyards, they are still there and have given their name to this wine.
The palate, faithful to its name, is well balanced, harmonious and delicious. Aromas of mango, pineapple and lemon mingle with dill and fennel. A fine wine at the table or as an aperitif, as an accompaniment to all seafood and cheese. This grape evolves very well over time and gains in complexity.
Gladstone Vineyard has an established reputation as a quality boutique wine producer, making award-winning wines of finesse and complexity. The vineyards are planted along the river terraces of the Ruamahanga River, which has a unique free-draining soil profile of clay over stony silt loams. The microclimatic conditions are semi-maritime, which experiences very cool springs, extended sunshine hours and high exposure to UV light, which provides ideal conditions for ripening.
Today we celebrate nature with this classic, yet contemporary wine blend, comprising three cultivars. Brimming with aromas and flavours of tropical fruits, including litchi, papaya and granadilla. Enjoy with good food and your favourite friends. This wine has been made in a style that will change and develop over time in the bottle. The varieties each lend their own character to the wine. The Semillon starts as a youthful, fresh green leafy flavours that will mature into honeyed, waxy flavours as the wine evolves. The Sauvignon Blanc adds a tropical fruit and green apple flavour with a zesty acidity. The Viognier supports the acid with richness and stonefruit flavours that will become more prominent as the wine ages in bottle.
A very pale orange pink colour, the nose is elegant with sweet aromas of stone fruits, mineral and anise, supported by apricot, mirabelle plum and citrus notes. Full and well rounded on the palate, with plenty of weight, yet still elegant, lively and light in body. Easy to drink.
Georgia is considered to be the ‘cradle of wine’, as 8,000 year-old indigenous Rkatsiteli grape seeds have been found in clay vessels. Vachnadziani was established in 1953 and is one of the oldest wineries in GeorgiaDelicate scents of lemon and banana lead to a clear and fresh palate with crisp flavours and a uplifting finish.
Wildehurst Wines is a boutique winery in Swartland producing two ranges of wines with minimal intervention winemaking techniques. The Velo range is easy drinking and fruit forward. This white is full of peach and nectarine aromas and tropical fruit flavours with fresha acidity and a touch of elegance.
‘No es Pituko’ is Chilean slang for ‘it ain’t fancy’ reflecting the fact that this wine was vinified naturally, without any additions at any stage. Vibrant aromas of peach and tropical fruits are layered with buttery notes and balanced by a refreshing natural acidity.
Winemaker Fabien Murail is the brains behind the intriguing, Le Clos des Chaumes Fiefs Vendeens Blanc, a blend of 60% chenin blanc and 40% chardonnay . Resulting in fulsome aromas of baked white fruit which carry some mineral interest too.
A foodie wine.
This tiny 6.5 hectare domaine in the Loire was started by Emile Balland in 1999. The Ballands have been making wines in the Loire since 1650 and his father was instrumental in achieving recognition for the young AOC Coteaux du Giennois in the 1980s. The Beaux Jours blanc is produced from vineyards on the slopes of the Loire river at Bonny and Beaulieu and is a complex wine with leesy character and great finesse but at an everyday price.
Paco & Lola is a young, modern winery committed to a fresh way of making and experiencing wine. Sustainably grown grapes from vines between 20-40 years old, the Follas Novas Albarino has white fruit and orange blossom on the nose, with a fresh and floral palate.
This is a gorgeous little Torrontés, plenty of that sublime exotic character – jasmine scent and lychees – but superb acid structure making it really zesty and lively. Winemaker, Mauricio Lorca picks approximately 10% of the fruit a little early in order to achieve this refreshing style.
A wonderfully fragrant and concentrated Chardonnay. Stone fruit flavours, elderflower, beautiful balance.
Arneis, whose origin is lost in the mists of time, is cultivated since ancient times in the hilly and sandy soils of Roero. Here the Tenuta Fratelli Povero owns the organic vineyards, from which Roero Arneis is made. Arneis ranks now among the greatest white wines of Italy. The floral and fruity aromas are intense and fresh. Medium-bodied, the palate is dry and delicate, with a persistent finish with an almond hint.
Absolutely fantastic Chardonnay from a brilliant producer. A must-try for any Burgundy lover, the clay-rich soils of Bernouil give this wine its freshness, minerality and fruit-forward flavours. This is a light, fruity, easy-drinking wine. Such good value for money!
Bodegas Laureatus believe in the expression ‘from Vine to Cup’. Using grapes grown in their own vineyards, they produce wines without compromising on quality. This Alberino has an intense nose of mandarin citrus fruits, pears, apples and herbs. A light bodied wine with balanced acidity and slight effervescence.
OLBIETA reflects the characteristics and essence of Mediterranean wines. Vines are situated at high elevation and not far from the Mediterranean coast. The influence of the vineyard soil (slate) and the Mediterranean climate create a true expression of terroir combined with white fruits and flowers. Aromas of pear, lychee, fennel and citrus fruits. Complex, fresh and mineral with great length on the palate.