Pale lemon in colour, “vibrant acidity”, aromas and flavours of both citrus fruits (grapefruit and lemon) and stone fruits (peach and apricot).
Awarded 95 points and an Outstanding status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their 2016 World Wine Awards Asian section(see blue link below).
Ethereal and elegant, similar to the Kayagatake but like the bigger brother – more depth on the nose, this has melon but also peach, minerality in there in spades from the complex granite soils found in the Hishiyama district. Again the remarkable freshness and elegance of the Koshu is present but with a linear, crisp, length with gorgeous mouth watering acidity and wonderful minerals and peaches on the finish - this leans towards a classy Albariño or Cru Chablis.
When you think of top wine-producing countries in Europe, Slovenia doesn’t immediately jump to mind, but all that is about to change. The country shares borders with Italy and Austria and its fantastic white wines have much in common with its neighbours: freshness, elegance and purity of fruit flavour.
P & F wineries’ Gomila range is the perfect introduction to Slovenian wine, offering lots of fruit and local character at a very affordable price.
A light dry wine with a delicate bouquet of citrus, peach and herbal notes, followed by fresh flavours of citrus fruits.
This Sauvignon Blanc is a full-bodied wine that is wonderfully floral and aromatic yet has a rich texture that is not too intense. The wine offers delicate flavours of gooseberry, citrus, blackcurrant, cut grass and a hint of spice.