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Buitenverwachting Sauvignon Blanc 2016 (1x75cl)

The wine has a pale lemon yellow colour and a bouquet reminiscent of green figs with hints of gooseberries and an intrusion of green peppers. The wine is dry, full bodied and has a long lingering finish.
 

£10.70

Ca Dei Frati Lugana Brolettino 2015 (1x 75cl)

A pale golden colour, this wine opens with aromas of stoned fruit and a touch of vanilla spice from the oak ageing.  The palate has rich and peachy notes, with a creamy, honeyed texture lifted by a stony, mineral character.  Intense and concentrated through to the fresh finish. 
£19.85

Ca Dei Frati Lugana I Frati 2014 (1x 75cl)

Light yellow in colour with a concentrated but fresh perfume of white flowers, peaches and ripe lemons.  On the palate it has excellent depth and balance, Igino`s trademark richness and a lovely crisp, lively finish.

£15.20

Ca Dei Frati Lugana I Frati 2016 (1x75cl)

Light yellow in colour with a concentrated but fresh perfume of white flowers, peaches and ripe lemons.  On the palate it has excellent depth and balance, Igino`s trademark richness and a lovely crisp, lively finish.

£15.35

Caleo Inzolia di Sicilia 2014 (1x 75cl)

After soft-pressing the must is left to ferment at a temperature between 17-18 °C for 15-20 days in stainless steel vats. After fermentation the wine is then stored at a controlled temperature between 18 and 20 °C in special stainless-steel tanks before being bottled.

It is straw yellow in colour with a distinctive fruity bouquet and a full bodied flavour.

£7.86

Campo Nuevo Viura 2016 (1x75cl)

This wine is made in a ''house wine'' style from the DO of Navarra which reflects a modern and classy approach to winemaking with top results. The Campo Nuevo wines display classic varietal character and represent great value for money.

The Campo Nuevo Blanco is smooth, fresh, dry and well-balanced with delicate mineral and apple flavours.

This wine can be enjoyed on its own or with lighter style dishes such as; braised pork loin cutlets with thyme-lemon sauce, salmon and rice wrapped in pastry with dill sauce or dandelion salad with warm hazelnut vinaigrette.

£7.00

Cantina Gallura Gemellae 2016 (6 x 75cl) (6x 75cl)

The 2015 vintage was awarded 89 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their May 2017 edition review of Vermentinos (see blue link below).

 Cantina Gallura Gemellae 2015  - May 2017 Decanter review

Situated in In Tempio Pausania, at the foot of the Limbara Mountains Cantina Gallura employ strict selection systems, modern winemaking processes and traditional ageing in barrels. In summary, Cantina Gallura produce high quality wines which are tuned to the changing tastes and needs of consumers. 

This wine is a bright, straw yellow colour. Its aromas are delicate with fruity and floral nuances. It is dry yet fresh and has delightful, fruity flavours.  It matches well with fish dishes, vegetable soups, summer salads and is also a great aperitif.

£70.00

Cantina Mesa Primo Bianco Vermentino Di Sardegna 2016 (1x75cl)

Pale gold in colour with perfumes of white flowers and pear. On the palate, there is a good balance of freshness, a touch of exotic fruit and pineapple and pleasing weight. Peach and yellow fruits linger on the finish.

£11.30

Cantina Sociale Gallura Vermentino Di Gallura Superiore Canayli 2015 (1x75cl)

This Vermentino di Gallura’s aroma is delicately fruity and floral with good persistence on the palate where the delicacy of the fruit comes to the fore. It is a fantastic accompaniment to seafood. This wine was highly praised in a Financial Times article by Jancis Robinson in September 2016.

£14.40

Cape Mentelle Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc 2016 (1x 75cl)

Cape Mentelle takes a minimal approach towards this classic Margaret River blend. The aim is to preserve as much fruit intensity and regional character as possible, whilst providing a full flavoured distinctive white wine. The style accentuates the fresh fruit characters of both varieties with the added complexity and palate weight offered by a small portion of barrel fermentation.

The fruit comes from the perfectly suited cooler southern half of the Margaret River region, from their three vineyards of the Wallcliffe-Trinders, Crossroads and Chapman Brook. The typical soils of these vineyards are geologically ancient, free draining, sandy loams with a high percentage of lateritic gravel. The vines are vertically trained, spur or cane pruned and canopy manipulations are frequent to allow good air flow and dappled sunlight on the fruit.

When harvesting sauvignon blanc and semillon the emphasis is placed on capturing vibrant fresh flavours with clean acidity. Fruit is harvested at night to take advantage of the cooler temperatures. Extended fermentation takes place at very low temperature in stainless steel tanks with about 8% of the blend fermented in new oak barriques. The 2016 blend was assembled after four months on lees; the team decided to preserve the exceptional vinosity and perfect texture by bottling the wine unfined in July 2016.

The nose on this wine has varietal sauvignon notes revolving around cassis buds, juniper berries and cracked black pepper. It then opens to complex fruit ranging from zesty white grapefruit to hints of lychees, lifted by ethereal floral notes of jasmine and passion fruit flower. The palate is juicy clean, slightly saline, on notes of passionfruit and citrus. The fresh pithy acidity and mineral character, reminiscent of fine absinthe, fresh ginger and gentian bitters give the wine a lot of vinosity and personality, well balanced by the honey notes and creamy texture of the semillon and showing exceptional length.

This wine goes well with crab cakes, fresh oysters au naturel and warm bruschetta with fresh buffalo mozzarella amongst many other dishes. Because of the wine's strong personality, it will allow a bold marriage with cheeses, especially well-aged, slightly crystallized ones such as a mature Parmigiano-Reggiano.

£16.55

Carrick Chardonnay 2015 (1x 75cl)

Tropical fruits along with the cool climate attributes of Central Otago combine to make a truly amazing Chardonnay that could rival anything else in the world. It is a flinty elegant wine with good structure and balance. Barrel fermented in French oak.

£16.68

Casa Azul Sauvignon 2016 (6x75cl)

A pale lemon green in colour, there are aromas are of gooseberries, cut grass and elderflower. On the palate it is very fresh flavours of pineapple and passion fruit and a light and refreshing finish. A fruity easy drinking wine, perfect as an aperitif.

£48.00

Casa Ferreirinha Planalto Douro Branco 2016 (1x 75cl)

The earlier 2015 vintage was awarded 87 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their June 2017 edition review of Douro Table Wines (see blue link below).  It is subjective, of course, but we judge the 2016 to be of at least a very similar quality based on the producer's data: the acidity is a little higher and the alcohol a little lower, yielding more freshness in a class of wine that can, to some, taste a little "hot".

Casa Ferreirinha, Planalto Branco 2015 - June 2017 Decanter review

This historic producer, founded in 1751, now have 520 hectares of vineyard in the Douro in all of its three sub-regions:  Lower Corgo, Upper Corgo and Douro Superior.  The winemaking is headed up by the talented Luis Sottomayor, he manages to restrain the Douro’s natural exuberance to produce wines that have a freshness, allied to a wonderful depth and texture.

This excellent - and wonderful value - white blend (of new fewer than 7 different varietals!) comes from relatively high-altitude vineyards above the river Douro. The grapes were harvested by hand in the highlands and plateaus of the region and were selected for their balance between phenolic maturity and excellent freshness. 

Bright lemon in colour. On the nose, intense floral aromas stand out, as well as citrus fruits, tropical fruits, white stone fruits and light asparagus aromas. It has lively acidity which is well integrated on the palate. The finish is elegant and harmonious.

£8.70

Casa Ferreirinha Vinha Grande Douro Branco 2015 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 88 points and Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their June 2017 edition review of Duoro Table Wines (see blue link below).

Casa Ferreirinha Vinha Grande Douro Branco 2015 - June 2017 Decanter review

This historic producer, founded in 1751, now have 520 hectares of vineyard in the Douro in all of its three sub-regions:  Lower Corgo, Upper Corgo and Douro Superior.  The winemaking is headed up by the talented Luis Sottomayor, he manages to restrain the Douro’s natural exuberance to produce wines that have a freshness, allied to a wonderful depth and texture.

This premium Douro white blend, based around the Viosinho grape, was sourced from Ferreirinha's Quinta do Sairrão estate located at a high altitude in the Cima Corgo region.

Vinha Grande Douro Branco 2015 has a golden colour with citric nuances. It has an intense aroma, with white and tropical fruit standing out, as well as floral notes, light minerality and well-integrated discrete wood which gives it good complexity. It has good volume and lively acidity on the palate, giving it notable freshness, with hints of white fruit and light asparagus. Its finish is long, elegant and balanced.

£12.00

Castelleri Bergaglio Gavi Tassarola Fornaci 2015 (1x 75cl)

This wine comes from hillside vineyards in the Tassarolo region.

A stylish, graceful wine, far from commonplace. Floral nuance of hawthorn and lily complement fruiter notes of banana, followed by subtly pungent citrus, hay, and mint. Beautifully balanced on the palate, it concludes with a tasty, fruit-edged finish enlivened by a refreshing crispness. The ideal wine to enjoy every day, or as often as you wish. Serve in tulip-shaped glass at 10° C. Vineyards, with any of our property are located in the municipality of Tassarolo; their name derives from the brick furnace that once stood there. This also explains the highly clayey nature of the soil.

Those looking for an intriguing Gavi with great finesse and ideal balance can do no better that Fornaci, with its fruit-rich and floral bouquet beautifully, both elements so melded together as to be scarcely separable, their marriage made even more seductive by smooth notes of candied almond and beeswax. In the mouth it is compact, spherical, and harmonious, very much in line with the bouquet, and it concludes with a lengthy, cleanly-delineated finish.

Ideal with first courses of vegetables and simple fish dishes, it is also wonderful as with steak tartare.

£12.96
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