Off Dry White Wine

Less austere and more sensual than your average dry white, off-dry styles are full of heady fruity and floral aromas and softer flavours - what we like to call a crowd-pleaser. A touch of residual sugar brings out the real character of the grape, a peachy South African Chenin Blanc being a prime example or experiment with the likes of Gewurtztraminer, Muscat, Viognier or our very own Rude Reserve Blanc.

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  • Villa Wolf Pinot Gris 2016

    Gorgeously peachy from nose to finish, this vibrant, fruity Pinot Gris offers wide appeal along with a gentle price tag. Dry on the palate and refreshingly zesty, it’s an elegantly balanced sip. A touch of stony minerality lends complexity to the finish. Wine Enthusiast - 90 pts Read More.

    £12.99
  • Blank Canvas Riesling 2013, Marlborough

    A wonderful Kabinett-style Riesling with a balance that I think it is rare to find in the southern hemisphere where the fruit is so often the star. Limey citrus freshness along with a dry, stony texture, the acid/sugar balance is worthy of a fine German Kabinett. 17.5 pts Julia Harding MW, jancisrobinson.com Read More.

    £14.95

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