Pale gold in colour with youthful highlights. On the nose, there are intense aromas of grapefruit which are balanced with a touch of minerality and floral notes. On the palate, it has a crisp acidity with a long, mineral finish.Suitable for vegetarians.Suitable for vegans.Great to drink on its own or with any spicy dishes.The Torrontés and Riesling grapes were grown on the Finca San Isidoro and Finca Las Mercedes vineyards. These are located in the Cafayate Valley in the very heart of the Calchaqui Valley, distinguished for being the highest wine region in the world. The climate here is very dry, with just 150mm of rain in an average year and a huge diurnal temperature change of around 20°C. The soils here are rocky, poor and sandy so the roots of the vines are forced to dig deep to find the vital nutrients and water they need, which in turn results in a huge concentration of flavour within the fruit.
Made from grapes grown in Sicily, this crisp dry wine has all the hallmarks of Pinot Grigio. Citrus fruits on the nose with a refreshing palate of zesty green apple balanced by subtle minerality from Catarratto.Suitable for vegetariansIdeal on its own but perfect with exotic dishes, salads and cold meats.
A vivid yellow coloured wine with hints of green. This is a dry wine with a good length and a powerful finish.Serve chilled with oysters, seafood, pates, deli meats and pork dishes. Also goes well with goats cheeses and gruyere cheese.
The wine has a lovely shimmer and is a pretty golden colour with green reflections. The rich and complex nose is characterised by pleasant and subtle floral and mineral aromas. It has a wonderful, fat structure in the mouth with minerality and charming aromas of butter, brioche and meadow mushrooms. It is a harmonious wine that is not only fine and elegant but also has an excellent aromatic persistence. Best drunk cold with oysters, shellfish, fish, chicken, turkey and goats cheese.
Spicy, white peach characters with a sublime perfume of jasmine. This wine is surprisingly fresh and
bursting with peach and apricot flavours. Beautifully balanced with an impressive backbone of elegant
minerality. This is a delight to the senses.
Food match: Grilled fish with a dressing of olive oil, lemon juice and garlic, Tabbouleh, hummus, pasta with roast
Mediterranean vegetables. Suitable for vegans.Suitable for vegetarians.The grapes are grown at an altitude of 1,050m above sea level on 15-20 year old vines with gravelous
and limestone soils. Grapes are 100% manually harvested with traditional vinification in stainless steel
tanks, fermentation over 10 days. After blending the wine undergoes a gentle clarification. Grape
varieties include Viognier, Chardonnay, Obeidi and Muscat de'Alexandrie.
Zesty citrus fruit and lightly floral characters, with hints of apple and pear. Fresh, steely acidity and underlying mineral characters, balanced by notes of melon and stone fruit, and a touch of fennel and spice.FOOD MATCHGreat as an aperitif or particularly good with tuna steak. Gavi La Luciana also provides the perfect crisp, tangy match to fatty dishes such as sausages and beans.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetariansThis winery is also classed as Sustainable.Named after Luciana, the wife of La Battistina estate's previous owner, this is an elegant and fresh Gavi, easy-drinking but with some depth.Produced from Cortese grapes cultivated in vineyards on the Monferrato hills in the South of the province of Asti, Piemonte. The vineyards are southwest facing and situated at altitudes of between 250 and 400m. The Piemonte low Guyot trellis system is used for the vines, which grow in a limestone-clay soil. Planting density is 4000 to 4500 vines per hectare. Grapes are hand harvested in the last week of September. Temperature controlled fermentation takes place in stainless steel (16- 18ºC) and the wine spends a couple of months on lees.
A dry white, light to medium bodied, it has a well balanced crisp acidity, with flavours of citrus, light herbs and mineral overtones.Suitable for vegans.Suitable for vegetariansTry with all sorts of foods especially asparagus, artichokes, smoked fish such as salmon or trout, salads, dishes with herbs in - dill, tarragon, mint or parsley.Winzer Krems is situated in Wachau, Austria in one of the most beautiful stretches of river valley in Europe. The estate is owned by its 981 member winegrowers with 990 hectares of vineyards between them. Grapes are hand harvested then subjected to strict quality controls, ensuring only the very best are used to produce the final wine.Awards are many including 2021 International Wine Challenge Silver Medal ( 2020 vintage ), 2019 International Wine Challenge Silver Medal ( 2017 vintage )
A fresh, dry, pale pink rosé with aromas of roses and wildflowers. The palate has elegant floral notes, balanced structure and a fresh finish with a slight mineral note. The winery owns over 200 hectares of vineyards throughout Portugal and have a production capacity for over 20 million litres of wine. Ideal on its own or with poultry or salads.Suitable for vegetarians.Suitable for Vegans.
Delicately floral with aromas of stone fruit and hints of white spice. It has a generous mouthfeel, with
delicious ripe lemon peel characters and a mineral finish.
Food match: Dry Weissburgunder is a good match for pork, chicken and veal dishes.Weingut Messmer, in the Pfalz
region, was founded by Herbert and Elizabeth Messmer in 1960. It's situated in
Burrweiler, in the south-west of Germany, less than 50 miles from the border
with France and to the north-west of Stuttgart. The yellow sandstone buildings
had already been home to winemaking for around 250 years before they
arrived.It's still in the family's hands today, with son Martin overseeing the
estate alongside his brother Gregor, who supervises production in the vineyard
and winery. Their vineyards cover 27 hectares, with around two-thirds of the
area planted with white varieties (predominantly Riesling, Pinot Gris and Pinot
Blanc) and the rest with red varieties (Pinot Noir in the main).The terroir is
made up of seven different soil types: slate, red sandstone, granite,
limestone, loam, sand and 'muschelkalk' - a calcareous soil with substantial
deposits of fossilised mussel shells. Gregor works to preserve the health and
mineral content of the soils - they use only organic fertilisers, and in 2011
they began the biodynamic cultivation of some sites. In the winery
fermentations are cool, slow and small batch; grapes are only ever partially
de-stemmed; and wines are bottled without fining and with only the gentlest
A classic Sancerre with crisp, crunchy grapefruit and lime citrus flavours and a gently herbaceous
element adding complexity. There is a mouthwatering, saline minerality to the long finish. Drink with Fish, shellfish, white meats, salads and most vegetarian dishes.
Julien and Clément manage 20 hectares of vines across 60 different parcels, three quarters of which
are Sauvignon Blanc and one quarter Pinot Noir. Soils are primarily the classic ‘terres blanches’ claychalk, a heavier soil which gives the wines a ripe fruit character, and some 'caillottes', a form of
limestone. A very modern, well-equipped, stainless steel cellar allows them to control the temperature
of the wines during fermentation and later storage in tank prior to bottling to retain the freshness of the
fruit characters. The grapes for this cuvée are a blend from all of the Raimbault's parcels of Sauvignon
Blanc, and the wine is aged in stainless steel for ten months on its lees.
This Sauvignon Blanc is pale straw with lemon hues. Lifted aromas
of passion fruit and guava dominate the nose, along with notes of
citrus and crushed herbs and an underlying wet stone minerality.
The wine has vibrant acidity, with plenty of palate weight and
length. Ripe, tropical fruit flavours of passion fruit, melon and
grapefruit linger on the persistent finish.Upon arrival at the winery the fruit was crushed and pressed.
Fermentation was cool and slow, with a variety of selected yeast
chosen to express the natural characters of the Sauvignon Blanc.
All parcels were fermented and held in stainless-steel tanks until
A complex and elegant wine with intense aromas of blackcurrant, crushed lemongrass and thyme, mingled with passionfruit and melon highlights. On the palate underlying ripe fruit and mineral notes from grapes grown in the Blind River sub region of Marlborough combine well with the more tropical notes of passionfruit and melon from the Wairau Valley vineyards.A stylish and pleasingly rich wine with vibrant aromatics and a fine balance of acidity leading to a lingering finish.The winery is sustainableSuitable for vegetarainsSuitable for vegans
Ripe citrus and delicately tropical aromas lead to a textural, mineral palate with bright acidity, mandarin characters and appealing finish.Casa de Vila Nova is located in the North of Portugal. The vineyards are exposed to the Atlantic Ocean winds and influence. The grapes are harvested by hand.Try with Caesar or Tuna Nicoise salads or crab cakes.Suitable for vegansSuitable for vegetarians
A delicious off dry style of Chenin Blanc with stony minerality, fresh walnuts and a hint of lime. The palate is honeyed with apple, ginger and a clean mineral finish. The sweetness is perfectly integrated and balanced, resulting in a refreshing wine with good length.Food recommendations: Fantastic with goats cheese salad, honey roast ham, chicken cooked in any way, or almost any dish.Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.