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Niepoort Drink Me Branco

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Niepoort are known for their fantastic selection of Port but have also been making wine for many years.  The Drink Me range of wines are made for everyday drinking, sharing with friends and having fun.  The artwork is done by Regina Pessoa, a portuguese animation artist who has taken inspiration from Alice In Wonderland (seemingly a favourite for the makers at Niepoort).

Drink Me Branco is fresh and delicate in aroma, and decidedly mineral. On the palate, it is appealing and very elegant, with good acidity, fresh and refreshing. A very balanced white, with presence but not too strong. Perfect for enjoying with friends at a BBQ, round the fire or any occasion.

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Caiaffa Fiano

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A lively and fresh white wine, with delicate flavors and aromas of ripe citrus fruit, stone fruits and white flowers.

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Domaine Jeremy Villemaine Touraine Sauvignon Blanc

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Domaine Jeremy Villemaine is located in the wine-growing town of Thésée in the Loire valley.

Ripe gooseberry and citrus flavours with balanced minerality and freshness.  Ideal as an aperitif but also with asparagus, seafood and white meats.  A really good alternative to Sancerre.

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Sula Chenin Blanc

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Situated in Nashik, India’s largest grape-growing region, Sula Vineyards was set up in 1997.  As an eco-friendly company, a significant amount of resources is committed to sustainable winemaking practices and ensuring fair livelihoods for Sula’s community of farmers.  A large number of Sula’s workers come from disadvantaged communities and have seen a significant change in their standard of living through their employment with the company; this has been nothing short of a revolution in the surrounding villages. 

This is a really well-balanced wine, with aromas of green apple and pear, tropical fruit flavours and mineral undertones.  A notable acidity and hint of white pepper give this wine refreshing character.

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Domaine Montesquiou Jurancon Sec Estela

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From a small parcel of Petit Manseng, Gros Manseng and Petit Courbu, grown in the foothills of the Pyrenees.  Dry and fresh with lemon and lime flavours, peach and pear.  Perfect with chicken or fish dishes.

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AA Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc

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Badenhurst Family wines are grown, made and matured in the Swartland appellation of South Africa making natural wines on their 60 hectare estate. One of the first wines we stocked when we first opened, and still just as good.

Adi Badenhorst’s Secateurs Chenin Blanc is probably the best bang-for-buck white wine we’ve ever sold. Why is this wine so special? Why does it win so much rapturous admiration? Because it surprises people with its quality.  This is immensely mouth-watering – struck rock, clotted cream and orange blossom, with a lightly creamy, zingy finish. Pair with pork chops, seared tuna and soft cheeses. 

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Iona Sauvignon Blanc

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A more refined style of Sauvignon from high above the Elgin Valley, this is one of the best South African Sauvignons we’ve ever tried.  Packed full of grapefruit, apples and gooseberry flavours.

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Emile Balland Coteaux du Giennois

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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.

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Chateau Lapuyade Jurancon Sec

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Wonderful organic and biodynamic white with flavours of toffee, citrus and stone fruit.  A truly delightful wine, and as if that wasn’t enough it’s even got a bear on the label!

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Bodegas Gratias Tardana

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Sustainable agriculture from old vineyards with a high chalk content. The Tardana fruit comes from un-irrigated bush vines at 400 m altitude. This native grape variety its so adapted to the terroir that it ripens very late, in October, after the reds. Scrummy white fruits, flowers, ripe pears. Creamy and well balanced acidity.

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Sottano Viognier Seleccion

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Fresh grapes and some citrus, combined with some floral notes. Refreshing, with a good acidity balance, and a body that makes it easy to pair with food.

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Vina Kozlović, Istria, Malvazija

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The Kozlović family have been making wine in the Istrian region of Croatia since 1904. The region borders Friuli and the wines, food and people have a real connection with their Italian neighbours. Winemaker Gianfranco is a perfectionist and he is constantly striving to improve his already brilliant wines. 

A crisp, zesty, mineral rich wine with a complex nose of lemon, apple with apricot, peach, pineapple and delicate hints of spice. Fresh, yet opulent on the palate with the fruit characters from the nose echoed on the palate, combined with a mineral complexity. The finish has a touch of characteristic saltiness and spice making it very food-friendly.

 

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Lapilli Greco di Tufo

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Greco di Tufo is one of the oldest grapes in the province of Avellino and was brought into the area of ​​Tufo by the Greeks in the first century BC. Notes of stone fruits dominate the aromas with peach and apricot, but there’s a delicious complexity that comes with hints of pear, almond, sage and a twist of minerality. The acidity cleanses the palate and keeps the wine refreshing and moreish, while the ripe fruit gives the wine a certain roundness and softness which balances perfectly.

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Vaira Vincenzo Bianco

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Fattoria di Vaira is one of the largest biodynamic farms in Italy. Here they cultivate vegetables, grains and cereals, and produce fresh cheeses, olive oil and honey. After several years of applying biodynamic practices, their soil has been restored, reaching a degree of purity similar to wild soil.

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Pita Organic Verdejo

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The PITA Verdejo pushes the norm for Rueda. Further South within the region and therefore on more chalky soils, but still at high altitude. Emilio’s Verdejo displays minerality alongside its fruity and floral aromatics. It has have plenty of fresh acidity to balance the natural weight of the grape variety.  A wonderful aperitif, with summer salads, or maybe some roast chicken. Especially for those looking for an alternative to Sauvignon Blanc!

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Monte Tondo Soave

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The delicate nose has hints of almonds, blossoms and citrus. Clean fruit flavours with nicely balanced acidity and the typical Soave minerality.

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Frédéric Guilbaud Muscadet de Sèvre-et-Maine Sur Lie

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Very crisp and mineral, with rich citrus fruit, green apples and warm lees character – perfect with oysters of course!

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Lyrarakis Dafni

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The Dafní grape variety was saved from extinction by the Lyrarakis family.  Its name derives from the laurel (bay leaf) plant, which is called “Dáfni” in Greek, as the wine produced resembles these aromas. A wine with a distinctive herbal character, refreshing mouthfeel and intense aromatic aſtertaste, in a citrus fruit background.
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Silent Noise Fiano

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The ‘Silent Noise’ wines are part of the Kangarilla Road Vineyard and Winery portfolio, based in the heart of Mclaren Vale. A family owned business since 1997, owner and winemaker Kevin O’Brien favours a small batch, hands on approach to winemaking.

This 100% Fiano is a medium bodied white that is just bursting with tropical fruits (pineapple, guava, kiwi, passionfruit). If you’re a fan of Chenin Blanc or Viognier, give this a whirl.

Pairs really well with seafood paella and a dollop of sunshine. Lovely stuff. 

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Amaltea De Loxarel

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Greek goddess, Amaltea was given a goat’s horn by her young foster son, Zeus and was then placed amongst the stars.  The goat, the horn and the constellation has become the basis of biodynamic farming.

However, you can just ignore all that and enjoy the wine!  Ripe fruits, fresh acidity with hints of stone fruit and Mediterannean herbs.

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Quinta Da Raza Avesso

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Quinta Da Raza is perfectly located in the interior of the Minho region, benefitting from great sun exposure but gets some moderating influence from the Tamega River.  Preserving traditional wine making techniques as well as promoting biodiversity and natural balance.

Quinta da Raza have produced a wonderful varietal Avesso. It has classic citrus fruit and a little weight from some time on lees.  It has some aging potential, gaining complexity and volume.  Drink with light dishes, fish and Asian cuisine.

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Ramilo Branco

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Ramilo Family Wines are a fourth generation winery that strongly believe their future is in their ancestors’ roots, hidden in the Lizandro River slopes and in the sandy properties of Colares, among the terraces and ancient stone walls of the old family vineyards.  Brothers Nuno & Pedro are now producing wonderful, fresh wines from low-yielding vineyards or indigenous grapes with a strong Atlantic influence.

Ramilo Branco is a great example of expressing terroir and blending knowledge.  The Arinto brings acidity, structure, and citrus vitality, while the Viosinho and Alvarinho bring body, riper fruit, and aromatic elegance.  Atlantic influences the local climate and leaves the wine with a slightly savoury salinity and pithiness to the finish, which balances things and makes it very food friendly.

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El Porvenir De Cafayete Munay Torrontes

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The Torrontes grapes from which this wine is made are grown 1,800 metres above sea level estate vineyards in Cafayete, Salta – a place the Incas once ruled.  The name, Munay is the Quechuan word for love.

A juicy wine with floral and stone fruit aromas, fresh and well balanced with acidity and minerality.

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Gunderloch Riesling QBA

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The winery was founded in 1890 by Carl Gunderloch, a banker who campaigned for quality-oriented viticulture.  A passion for fine wine as well as a family focus on the Riesling variety sees Carl’s great great grandson, Johannes taking the reins.  

This is the flagship wine of the estate that has pure fruit with typical flavours of apple with good grapefruit acidity and a long mineral finish showcasing the ‘Red Slate’ vineyards.  Slightly off-dry, this is a great riesling to drink everyday on its own or with a rich gratin dish like Tartiflette.

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Chateau Megyer Tokaji Furmint

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Situated in the picturesque region of Tokaji-Hegyalja in north-eastern Hungary, these vineyards were first planted by Count Ferenc Dobó in 1576, then in 1737 they were classified as Grand Cru by Royal Decree.  With its sister vineyard Pajzos the Chateau shares winemaking facilities & the famous Rákóczi Cellars at the Sárospatak Castle, the best preserved Renaissance castle in Hungary.

Citrus & lime aromas with lively acidity.  A deep, fruity, minerally wine.  Ages very well, it’s great for beefing up the cellar with something reliable.  Stands up well to full bodied rich & buttery fish dishes such as Dover Sole with lemon verbena. Its versatility makes it fabulous with strongly flavoured vegetable dishes; mustard & tomato dishes.

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Chateau Megyer Hárslevelű

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Chateau Megyer is located in the Tokaji producing region in north-eastern Hungary.  The region is most famous for sweet wines, but also produces some outstanding dry whites. 

Hárslevelű pronouned Harsh-level-loo, means linden-leaf in Hungarian, the wine is very suited to bottle ageing.  This is a 2014 vintage, but it could go on for several more years.  This is one for fans of a decent unoaked Chardonnay who want to try something different. Honey, herbs and a slight smokiness.  Great on its own or would suit white meats.

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Produttori Di Manduria Alice Verdeca

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In the heel of Italy, Manduria is considered the birth place of the native Primitivo grape, and was officially recognised as such in the 1970s when a DOC was created for the region. 

As well as making high quality examples of Puglia’s most famous vinous export, the co-operative is well versed in producing fascinating whites from Fiano and Verdeca.  This rare variety of native grape is picked from 15 to 20 year old espalier trained vines in the middle of September.  The nose shows aromatic white flowers mixed with citrus notes as well as pear and pineapple. Dry on the palate this is fresh and mineral like.

Incredible with baked pastries, croissant, but anything with acidity/ lemon flavours.

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Soalheiro Allo

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Our love affair with absolutely everything that Soalheiro produce continues…

This is a lighter and more everyday style of wine than most of their range. Very juicy, very fresh, and the Loureiro adds a little floral elegance to the Alvarinho’s fruit.

Perfect for a sunny day, and very food friendly.

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Domaine Corty Jurancon Sec

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From Cave de Gan in Jurancon, this dry white makes a delicious aperitif, or pair with cheese, charcuterie or seafood.

Dry with subtle but lingering citrus & tropical fruits on the nose. The palate is complex; lemon & lime with hints of white peach and apricot. This beautifully balanced wine has the freshness of a Sauvignon Blanc and the honeyed richness of a viognier.

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Sokol Blosser Evolution white

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Intense tropical fruit up front and a crisp, clean finish. The different grapes tie together perfectly, creating a smooth, layered, off-dry white wine that can hold its own or stand up to just about any food pairing you dare to serve it with. It is extraordinarily food-friendly, from light salads to the hottest fusion-style cuisine.

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Holden Manz Chenin Blanc

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Winemaker Thierry Haberer has been making wines around the world for over a decade. He has spent time working in Bordeaux and Napa Valley in the USA before settling at the Holden Manz Wine Estate in Franschhoek Valley, one of South Africa’s premiere winemaking regions. The estate boasts 22 hectares of exclusively red grape varieties; Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah.

Featuring a nose and palate of peach, melon and quince along with buttered broche and honey on the finish from a judicious use of oak, this Chenin Blanc is rich and utterly charming.

Pair it with roast chicken, pulled pork or fresh tuna and your tastebuds will thank you forever…

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Clos Ricarde Cabeca Jurancon Sec

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Organic and biodynamically grown in Jurancon.  Made from the local varieties of Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng, this range of wines are all very food friendly.

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Mas Blanch I Jove, Costers del Segré Troballa Garnatxa Blanca

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Mas Blanch i Jové is a small winery with 17 hectares of land producing harmonious wines, packed with fruit, character and soul. The vineyards are situated in the mountains, 700m above sea level which gives a freshness to the wines which perfectly balances the fruit.  They don’t use pesticides or herbicides and have been certified Organic since 2015. In addition the winery is fully powered by solar energy. and all wines are vegan friendly and low sulphur.

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Domaine Jouan Menetou-Salon

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A lighter style of Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire region in France.  A Sancerre producer, Domaine Jouan Freres et Soeur has produced this fresh and fragrant wine, that’s also great value for money.

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Monviert Martagona Sauvignon

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A pale straw yellow wine with intense aromas of  yellow pepper, banana, melon and sage. Excellent as an apperitif or accompanied with a spicy dish that can compete with its aroma. 

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Emil Bauer Bundschuh Sauvignon Blanc

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The Bundschuh’ is a 500-year-old symbol of the rural peasants’ uprising to claim their independence from the feudal system. This is a youthful and down-to-earth Sauvignon Blanc. Aromas of gooseberry, raspberry, and lime. Crisp and fruit-forward with a gentle glace of sweetness – just the way we like it. Equally suited to creamy pasta dishes or simple fish or scallop dishes, not forgetting Sauvignon Blanc’s soulmate; goat’s cheese!

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Pasaeli Sidalan

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Sıdalan variety is native to north Kaz Dağları (aka Mount Ida), close to the site of ancient Troy.  An elegant and refreshing wine with notes of flowers, and citrus fruit.

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Nai E Senora Albarino

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Albarino can be found growing in Galicia, in North West Spain. Six families have come together to make one winery which produces sustainable wines with the Albarino variety.  Deliciously refreshing, with flavours of apple, peach and tropical fruit and lovely minerality.  The marine influence of the Atlantic Ocean imparts a wonderful salinity that makes it the perfect match with seafood.

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Maison Ventenac Tete En L’Air

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This is an unoaked Chardonnay from those limestone soils the grape loves so much.  They ‘forgot’ to put the wine in the barrel and it all turned out just fine.  After all,  the common misconception about Chardonnay is it’s always oaky but this good example shows how lovely it can be unvarnished with oak.

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El Berrakin Blanco

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A skin contact white wine from a very old variety, sourced from high vineyards in the heart of the Gredos mountains.  Fuller-bodied for a white, with great mouthfeel and texture. Lots of great flavours of orchard fruit and florals, plus some sweeter notes, though a dry wine!

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Emil Bauer ‘Bullshit! Drink A Real Grauburgunder’

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Fifth generation winemakers Alexander & Martin are showcasing German grapes in a new and perhaps controversial way – hence the name!  The wines have captured imaginations, even being available pit-side at the German Grand Prix.  This Pinot Gris or Grauburgunder as it’s known in Germany has aromas of ripe stone fruit, melon and honey with hints of fresh nuts. Flavours come in stages: first ripe pineapple and almonds, framed in a rich body, followed by dried fruits and fruitcake.

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Peique Godello

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The Peique family story began in this little village of less than 200 people, located in the Bierzo area of León.  Tropical fruit scents on the nose. Buttery, crisp and pleasing on the palate, with a delicate finish.

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