White Wine

There will always be someone drinking white wine. Maybe it’s you. So let us make sure you get this one right – and you might even gather a few converts. The average Brit has a strange relationship with blanc, put off by bad bottles of Liebfraumilch, but Britain deserves a Rude awakening – and we’ve got an alarmingly good collection of quality white wines to do it with.

A light delight that will clink an al fresco summertime lunch into life. An elegant Chablis to accompany your signature shellfish dish. The Sauvignon Blanc your perfect fish and chips are crying out for. The Chardonnay you quaff while watching TV. Have a quick surf through the list. We’re sure you’ll find something you like.
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  • Dönnhoff Tonschiefer Dry Slate Riesling 2016, Nahe

    Argillaceous schist sounds like a right mineral mouthful, but the Tonschiefer does not restrict itself to slaty austerity. Fleshy white peach and crunchy fruit peel enter into an inspired alliance with vibrant acidity to produce a cool and fresh expression that takes the sting out of trocken. Jancis Robinson 16.5 pts Read More.

    £22.99
  • Dönnhoff Roxheimer Höllenpfad Riesling Trocken 2014, Nahe

    the 2016 Nahe Riesling Höllenpfad Trocken is pure, fresh and elegant on the slightly flinty nose, with subtle herbal and bright fruit aromas. On the palate, this is an intense, very finessed and creamy-textured Riesling with a long and intense finish. It is well structured and reveals a persistent finish. Stephen Reinhardt, Wine Advocate Read More.

    £29.49
  • Dr Loosen Bernkasteler Lay Riesling Grosses Gewächs 2013, Mosel

    Citrus-coloured, the 2013 Bernkasteler Lay Riesling trocken GG (which was bottled end of October 2014) is a lovely juicy, rich, elegant, mineral and citrus-flavoured Riesling cru with a lingering salty piquancy. The nose is pure and subtle and displays citrus and blue-slate flavours along with herbs and hints of white stone fruit flavours. Very well balanced and intense in the finish and aftertaste, which is piquant, pure and mineral. Robert Parker, 91+ pts Read More.

    £29.49

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