A classic unoaked French Chardonnay, with the classic citrus flavour profile you would associate with the grape, as well as some riper more expressive fruit from the warm climate of the Languedoc.
This is almost as classical as Beethoven and will not doubt go someway to pleasing everyone, as your Sauvignon drinkers will love the grassy floral nature with some restrained fruit and the chardonnay drinkers wont mind it either because of the softer style.
The coplexity and variety of flavour from this wine is outstanding. True depth and some everlasting fruit flavour that will hang about longer than the summer.
Biodynamically farmed Sylvaner grapes from one of Alsace' best known producers.It's got minerality, backed by ripe apple and melon notes. The 2010 shows added complexity with some honeyed notes on the nose. Lots of aging potential.
Wow… This is my new favourite wine. White flowers, minerality with a touch of tropical fruits. The body on the wine is full and big enough to stand up to white meats.
A rare grape, grown mostly in the eastern Loire, this wine has lots of citrus pith and green apple notes. The finish is has bags of minearlity and refreshing acidity. Pairs perfectly with seafood.
Unoaked Chardonnay and a bit of Trebbiano, this is bright, fresh and easy-drinking as an aperitif or with white fish. Crisp, fresh and fruity. With grapes grown on a unique terroir, between the Apennines mountains and the Adriatic Sea, this must be one of Italy's best bargains.