White wines are made from the grape juice and skin and green, gold or yellow coloured grapes. The main grape varieties are chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, semillon, moscato, pinot grigio, gewurztraminer and reisling.
Yellow straw in colour with sparkles of brilliant green. The nose displays fresh, clean citrus aroma and a beautiful floral intensity. The palate is dry with crunchy green apple fruit and a refreshing acidity.
The characteristically uplifting aromas of ripe lime and grapefruit, nectarine, papaya and mango and floral notes of orange blossom, gooseberry and sweet fennel are striking. A chalky and weighty texture balanced by a minerally-citrus acid backbone.
Reminiscent pale yellow-green. Seductive scent of spring, white flowers and fresh tropical fruit. Fresh and zingy in the mouth leaving a slight acidity that gives a feeling of freshness. Ideal companion for appetizers, snacks, fish and seafood.
The Casablanca Valley's near perfect conditions create fruit that is ripe and perfectly balanced, making Errazuriz Sauvignon Blanc fresh, crisp and lively with citrus and green apple characters together with light mineral notes on the long clean finish.
Fresh, uplifting gooseberry and citrus aromas develop into more exotic guava and mango notes. The palate equally overflows with grapefruit and lush tropical fruits, tangy acidity and just a hint of sweetness to round out the mouth.
A perfect aperitif wine or with fish / light meats/ salads. Lovely unoaked Chardonnay with a soft, gently creamy mouth feel balanced by fresh, crisp apple characters. Sealed with a screwcap to maximise freshness.
Bright straw-yellow with light greenish hues. It has an intense bouquet with hints of tropical fruit and flowery overtones; well orchestrated and delicate mouthfeel, fresh and rich in flavour,early-drinking.
Domaine Moreaux has been making wine since the 16th Century. It is located in Chavignol, a small village within the Sancerre appellation, also known for Frances' most famout Goat Cheese, the Crottin de Chavignol. A refreshing, dry wine with flavours of nettles, asparagus and gooseberries on the palate. Great the Goat Cheese!
The classic Sancerre wine is white, bracingly acidic, and has pungent aromas of gooseberries, grass, nettles, and a hint of stony minerality. Richer, riper examples – particularly those from warmer, west-facing sites with chalky soils – often show fruitier notes of passionfruit and lemon peel.
We have selected vineyards in the area of Carcassonne and the Minervois based on grape flavour and yield. The wines are produced and bottled in association with Celliers Jean d'Alibert.
The grapes were cold macerated then pressed, cold settled before fermentation. 30% of the Chardonnay was fermented in French and American oak barrels, and remained on lees in barrel, with some stirring, for six months.
Chardonnays come in many styles, from light and minerally to rich, buttery and oaky. We wanted to make a Chardonnay that was satisfying, yet fresh, and with a sufficiently interesting flavour to capture the imagination. From the outset, it was crucial that it would be a great accompaniment to food. This is a fresh, pine-appley wine, with a subtle hint of oak and a touch of mango and ginger
Great by itself or to accompanyall fish and white meat dishes. Will work well with oriental food.