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BW5481 BW5481 Château Bel Air Perponcher Réserve, Bordeaux 2015

That Bordeaux expertise with sauvignon blanc surfaces clearly in this blend (with semillon and a dash of muscadelle). The resulting wine centres on textured pear and quince fruit elements, reinforces them with touches of green pepper and ginger but enlivens it all with classic sauvignon pink grapefruit acidity - Brian Elliott

( Scotland on Sunday 5th Feb 2017 )

£8.95
RH41221 RH41221 Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, Saint-Cosme 2014

Château de St Cosme in Gigondas is one of the feted producers of the southern Rhône. Louis Barruol is the fourteenth generation of his family to make wine there. Based on viognier (45%) with marsanne, picpoul and pretty clairette, and fermented in oak. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 4th Feb 2017 )

£11.95
RH41221 RH41221 Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, Saint-Cosme 2014

I recently drank one of my favourite white Côtes-du-Rhône, [this], with basil risotto topped with prawns wrapped in prosciutto. The combination of fragrant green leaves, the richness of chicken broth, the intensity of the ham and the glossy feel of the white wine was beautiful. - Victoria Moore

( The Daily Telegraph 4th Feb 2017 )

£11.95
BW5481 BW5481 Château Bel Air Perponcher Réserve, Bordeaux 2015

This classy white shows how ably Bordeaux producers blend sauvignoni and semillon to create fresh, textured wine with pear and quince fruit, firm acidity and hints of green pepper and ginger. - Brian Elliott

( Daily Record 4th Feb 2017 )

£8.95
GR1031 GR1031 Hatzidakis Santorini 2015

Clean and sleek, from Santorini's top producer. Bone dry, white flower scents, tangy citric fruit, minerally with a long distinct aftertaste. - Rose Murray Brown

( The Scotsman 4th Feb 2017 )

£13.50
SG2131 SG2131 Nyetimber Brut Classic Cuvée NV

… bursting with rich, creamy, lemon brioche fruit … Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 4th Feb 2017 )

£28.50
GR1051 GR1051 Synoro, Skouras 2010

Gorgeous, basil, thyme, and sunny hillside-scented Greek red gem, mostly cabernet franc and merlot, with a dab of aghiorghitiko. - Jane MacQuitty

( The Times 4th Feb 2017 )

£25.00
FC28471 FC28471 Les Perles de Jones Macabeu 2014, Vin de France

Katie Jones moved to France 20 years ago and now owns 12 craggy hectares in the Languedoc. Her impressive old vine wines are very characterful and are now scooped up by the top buyers of The Wine Society. This sun-soaked white is a surprise packet and food wine par excellence, with more intensity and focus than the region usually provides at any price, let alone this. Macabeu/viura is northern Spain's most planted white variety (it's used in many Cava blends in Catalunya and forms the backbone of white Rioja). Has the extra depth and complexity typical of this emerging top estate, the low yield obvious in its layered power. Soft and flowing but with plenty of kick to the flavour, this has successfully built in texture and structure, focusing on mineral, honeysuckle, pear and garrigue flavours. Not arduous to herald it as a success. A lovely winter white that would be a fine match for Thai green curry, roast chicken or risotto. - James Viner

( Kent & Sussex Courier 3rd Feb 2017 )

£14.95
NZ9401 NZ9401 Dog Point Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Wine of the week: It’s hard for any New Zealand sauvignon blanc to stand out from the massed crowds, but Dog Point always stands tall with its depth, vibrancy and perfect balance. The duo behind it are Ivan Sutherland and James Healy, who originally worked together at the legendary Cloudy Bay as chief viticulturalist and head winemaker, respectively. At Dog Point their approach is environmentally friendly and organic in the vineyard – around 2000 sheep graze there in winter – and non-interventionist in the winery. The 2016 sauvignon has a mouthwatering, smoky, flinty, struck-match aroma and is brimming with lime, passion fruit and green herb flavours and a long, mineral finish. Most of it will be drunk as soon as it’s bought, but Dog Point is a sauvignon that ages well, if you have somewhere cool and dark to keep it. Just a thought. Otherwise, drink it now with fish, seafood, vegetables including tomato-rich dishes, goats’ cheese or Asian-inspired dishes. - Joanna Simon

( joannasimon.com 2nd Feb 2017 )

£13.50
AU19031 AU19031 The Society's Exhibition Tasmanian Chardonnay 2015

… beautifully poised …David Williams

( The Observer 29th Jan 2017 )

£14.50