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Yellowtail Moscato – Australia
Sweet – Lightly sparkling with the most pleasing, delicate fizz, and lively, pure fruit flavours. This Moscato tastes like crushed green grapes with peaches.
Farnese Pinot Grigio – Italy
A great example of Pinot Grigio with lime, grapefruit and a hint of more tropical fruits. Italys most famous white grape has found a cosy home on the mountain slopes of Abruzzo.
Vinho Verde – Portugal
Vinho Verde is a well-known DOC in the Minho region of north-western Portugal. Each year it is responsible for vast quantities of straw-yellow, light-bodied, tangily tart wines produced from many thousands of smallholdings throughout the region.
Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand
Will we ever tire of the brilliance of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc? Well, as long as they keep producing lip-smackingly tasty mango, passionfruit, nettle and asparagus beauties like this there’s no chance!
Ned Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand
Blisteringly brilliant Kiwi Sauvignon by Brent Marris, one of New Zealand’s most passionate winemakers. The intensity and pungency of the core fruit is phenomenal – tropical fruit salad, hints of cut grass and herbaceous undergrowth, red berry…a sip of this legend will make you feel like a snowflake on a ditch, melting in the spring sunshine – totally satiated.
Borgo Pinot Grigio – Italy
Borgo Magredo is located in an area of Friuli known for its gravelly soil (referred to locally as “magredi”); its vineyards rest at the foot of the Carnic Alps. This P.G. offers up aromas of melon, pineapple, yellow apple and minerals. It’s dry, with a big, viscous, round texture and medium body. Still quite young, this wine benefits from a little breathing time in the glass.
Chateau Bauduc Sauvignon Blanc – France
This stuff is so good, and made in such limited quantities, that the sole buyers for this wine in England are Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein, who both stock it as a house wine in their restaurants. The 2004 vintage is the best ever – the most incredibly tight, intense fruit delivered with the most sublime acidity imaginable – it gives the illusion of a soft fizz on your tongue before disappearing like snow on a Spring afternoon!
Albarino Namario – Spain
In the most prestigious wine competition in the world, the Decanter World Wine Awards, this wine came in the top 16 of almost 1,000 wines tasted from Spain. Albarino is unique – sensational, heady aromatics are allied to intense steeliness and nervy acidity, creating a wine of great power and class.
Bird in Hand Riesling – Australia
First things first – this stuff is bone dry and as far removed from the sweet style of German Riesling as it is possible to be. Secondly, if you continue to ignore the sheer greatness of this uber-lime scented, crushed granite and ice, fruit bomb legend then more fool you! Every lover of Sauvignon Blanc should try this – you won’t be disappointed!
Romaine Bouchard Chablis le Grand Bois – France
Romain’s Vau de Vey Chablis is not 1er Cru quality—it is Grand Cru quality and quite simply the best 1er Cru we have ever tasted. 2009 was a great vintage in Chablis and it shows in this wine. Winner of the International Wine Challenge Gold Medal, at this price it’s a real find and bargain for all serious Chablis lovers. Very highly rated by the press—and everyone else. The only negative is that there was so little made.
Meursault Clos des Tessons – Burgundy
Truly spectacular! This beauty blows away many Meursault out there at three times the price – but as we are well aware, Sauvestre does not simply rely on reputation to push its wines. Vibrant and tight with extraordinary structure and balance. Aromas of white stone, toasted hazelnut and a touch of pineapple are perfectly tempered by lush acidity.
Chateau Bauduc Sauvignon Blanc – Australia
The Nest Egg label is reserved for the most outstanding wines of the vintage, regardless of variety. Chardonnay was outstanding in 2008 and we created 3300 individually numbered bottles. The wine is pale straw with a hint of green in colour. It is bright and clear with concentrated aromas of nectarine and peach intermingled with pineapple, cream, hazelnut and subtle spice.

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