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Allan Scott Estate Sauvignon Blanc 75clFresh, zesty, juicy and full, this fruit-driven new world style wine will excite the senses without the racy overload. Tropical fruit with a fresh herbaceous character balanced with zesty passionfruit and a dry finish, this wine will take you straight back to the warmer summer days. A crisp refreshing wine, that shows the Ture terroir characters of the soils and area it comes from.
£10.25Add to basket
Cheverny Blanc Frileuse Clos du Tue Beouf 75cl£17.00 Add to basket
1/3 each Sauvignon/Fié Gris/Chardonnay. Roughly translated as “little cold one”, Frileuse is an apt name for this frost-prone, 3.8-hectare site at the top of the Tue-Boeuf estate. It is home to three varieties, including Fié Gris, the historical name for Sauvignon Rose, a Sauvignon variant with dusty-rose-colored skins and a softer flavor profile vs. the better-known Sauvignon (Blanc). Vine age ranges from 15 to 55 years with most in the 20-35-year zone. The soils are predominantly sticky clay and flint. The Puzelats farm them organically and harvest them by hand.
As is typical of Tue Boeuf whites, Frileuse fruit is whole-cluster-pressed and allowed to ferment spontaneously with native yeasts and without sulfur in large oak tanks. The wine ages for around 8-9 months in used demi-muids and Burgundy barrels, without racking and with occasional stirring of the lees; it is bottled without fining or filtration and with a minute quantity of sulfur. It is classified as AOC Cheverny.
Clos Henri Sauvignon Blanc 75cl£22.50 Add to basket
Refined and complex showing some citrus notes evolving into while peach aromas, with underlying chalky minerality. Delicate on the palate, it is textural and rich from the lees ageing with layers of minerals, citrus and profound acidity balancing this dry and elegant wine, followed by a long finish.
Crowded House Sauvignon Blanc 75cl£11.00 Add to basket
Crowded house Sauvignon Blanc is quintessentially Marlborough in profile with bright aromas of guava, citrus fruits, black currant and sweet crushed herbs. The palate is elegantly proportioned with lovely soft acid carrying the fruit flavours to a long, pure finish.
Domaine la Bruyere Touraine Chenonceaux 75cl£12.50 Add to basket
With its clear robe of golden hues, fresh and round on the palate, this white wine reveals aromas of citrus with notes of white flowers.
Chilled this wine will work well with fish and seafood (including sushi) or goats cheese. Or depart from traditional Sauvignon pairings and try with chicken tagine or an Indian curry.>