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Chapel Down Flint Dry 75cl£13.75 Add to basketThis wine is characterised by crisp aromas of ripe apple, grass and citrus zest. On the palate it is fresh and floral, but has a core of dense fruit and a background of creaminess from partial malolactic fermentation. A great alternative to aromatic white wines, such as Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio.
Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 75cl£15.25 Add to basketFor Washington State Riesling think white stone fruit, white peach, apricot, cool and delicious. Focused and a very long, minerally finish. Kung Fu Girl…..too pure! Wine Spectator “Top 100 Wine” two years in a row, “Best Value” 5th year in a row.
Chateau de la Roulerie Chenin Blanc 75clPlanted on a clay hill side, 100% Chenin grows with a magnificient exposure. Hand harvested, I am vinified and aged in 400 litre barrels. My yellow dress, my nose of White flowers, make me well balanced. The perfect food match is with white meats and fish and I love to be decanted.
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Chateau de la Roulerie Magnolias Anjou Blanc 75cl£16.50 Add to basketA 100% Chenin are planted on a slope of siliceous clay .After manual harvesting, I was vinified and aged in barrels of 500 liters on my lees.My yellow dress, with brilliant reflections, my nose dominated by white flowers contribute to my taste balance. I marry wonderfully with white meats, fish in sauce, fine spices. I like being decanted.
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.