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1. Pinot Grigio, Sacchetto Veneto Venezie (Italy)
A fresh, fruity and dry Pinot Grigio with subtle spicy notes, a luscious texture and a moreish hint of bitter lemon on the finish.
£21.00 | £3.95 | £5.75 | £7.45
2. Unwooded Chardonnay Reserva, Viña Echeverria, Curico Valley (Chile)
Fresh and juicy, this delicate Chardonnay expresses aromas of pineapples, melon and peach combined with fresh citrus and vanilla notes. The palate is silky and vibrant with a long and mouthwatering finish.
£22.00 | £4.00 | £5.85 | £7.70
3. Terroir Picpoul de Pinet, Gérard Bertrand Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
A complex nose, full of citrus and floral notes combined with white peach, exotic fruit and a hint of pineapple. The palate is rich with zesty fruit and a livewire acidity which keeps your taste buds tingling. The finish is long and well rounded.
£24.00 | £4.15 | £6.10 | £8.50
4. Sauvignon Blanc, Faultline Marlborough (New Zealand)
Typical Marborough note of peapods, gooseberry and asparagus with a fresh and herbaceous flavour. An ideal wine to be served by the glass.
£25.00 | £4.20 | £6.30 | £8.65
5. Gavi Di Gavi ‘Fossili’, San Silvestro Piedmont (Italy)
This crisp white wine shows incredible mineral, zesty and floral notes, with a hint of spice and the typical hints of bitter almond that makes this wine unique. Prominent mineral characters linger on the long and precise finish.
£27.50 | £4.60 | £6.85 | £9.75
6. Mesta Organic, Uclés, Verdejo Central Castile (Spain)
A crisp, aromatic wine, showing great purity of aromas with fresh notes of grass, fennel and white pepper. Dry and refreshing with a subtle hint of minerality on the finish.
7. Grillo ‘Vitese’, Colomba Bianca Sicily (Italy)
Grillo is the flagship of Sicily’s indigenous white varieties, with its aromatic and floral nose. Fresh and harmonious, with ripe melon and green apple flavours, a wellstructured palate, the Vitese Grillo has a long and elegant finish.
8. Riesling Kabinett, Weingut Villa Rheingau (Germany)
A lively and delicate off-dry wine with a slight prickle that dances on the tongue, fresh with floral notes of lime and peaches and passionfruit.
9. Txakoli, Hondarribia, Hiruzta Basque (Spain)
Rich aromas of crisp apples, pear, grapefruit and tropical pineapple are enhanced by the subtle effervescence. Balanced and fresh on the palate.
10. Bacchus, New Hall Vineyards Essex (Great Britain)
Pale lemon in colour with lime, apples and gentle floral notes with just a dash of cinnamon. Off dry, with a slight ‘spritz’ and a fresh acidity, the palate is perfectly balanced with a layered depth of rounded fruit and an attractive minerality.
11. 1753’ Viognier, Château De Campuget Languedoc-Roussillon (France)
An elegant Viognier with hints of orange marmalade, apricot and ripe tropical fruits. Precise, crisp and balanced on the palate, with a roundness of generously structured fruit and a long, elegant finish.
12. Vermentino, Sessantaquattro Poderi Parpinello, Sardinia (Italy)
Fine and elegant with citrus and yellow fruit aromas, through to a vibrant palate of green and lime fruits, which is beautifully fresh and balanced.
13. Pinot Gris, Saint Clair Marlborough (New Zealand)
Aromas of freshly baked bread crust, straight from the oven and fragrant ripe pear lead to fresh and juicy with flavours of baked pear crumble. The wine is finely structured, with a rich, silky mouthfeel and a dry finish.
14. Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair Marlborough (New Zealand)
A full, crisp and powerful wine showing intense flavours of passion fruit and gooseberry, with underlying herbaceous tones. This wine has a full yet elegant palate, subtle minerality and a well balanced long, lingering finish.
15. Alvarinho Minho, Reguengo de Melgaço Vinho Verde (Portugal)
A wonderfuly fresh and fruity wine with aromatic notes of tropical fruits with a lemon zesty finish.
16. Wild Ferment Assyrtiko, Gaia Wines, Santorini, Aegean Islands (Greece)
The palate is salty dry with laser-beam precision and very funky wild ferment layering of complexity with oak wreathed into the mix with sensitivity.
17. OCon, Rias Biaxas, Xosé Lois Sebio Galicia (Spain)
An intense and aromatic example of Spain’s iconic variety, Albariño. Citrus fruits combine with floral notes and mineral nuances in this deliciously refreshing and balanced wine.
18. Chardonnay, Lismore Estate Vineyards Western Cape, Greyton (South Africa)
A complex, expressive bouquet with touches of smoke and walnut infusing the citrus fruit and a hint of toffee just underneath. The palate is lively and ripe on the entry with apricot, mandarin, orange zest and white peach. It is long in the mouth with a fine, walnut inspired finish.
19. Les Grands Charrons, Meursault, Château de Cîteaux, Burgundy (France)
A wonderful expression of a very fine Meursault, generous and concentrated with a nutty richness and delicate floral notes.
20. Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru ‘le Folatières’, Domaine René Monnier Burgundy (France)
A full bodied and textured white Burgundy opening with hints of green apple and exotic fruits leading to nutty and toasty tones combined with butter nuances. This wine has sublime elegance and a deliciously long, full finish.
21. Condrieu, Domaine Georges Vernay Rhône (France)
The wine is delicate yet powerful with a flavour dried apricots and spice; elegantly structured with complementing oak flavours through to a long and lingering finish.