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Reliably fresh, aromatic and unoaked Bordeaux white from Entre-Deux Mers combining roughly two-thirds sauvignon and a third semillon with a touch of muscadelle for added character.
An benchmark for this part of Italy, this is Soave with an alluring white-flower bouquet and a touch of blanched almonds and citrus peel.
Half bottle of The Society's Cotes du Rhone 2020
Ripe and round yet with a broad, appley palate and fresh finish. For good reason this white Burgundy is consistently our bestselling wine. It's ongoing quality reflects the deep involvement in its selection by successive buyers and the skill of our ‘man on the ground’, Jean-Marc Darbon, who excels in sourcing the right blending options for us to work with.
Rocco Pasetti makes the most attractive example we know of this wine, bursting with gutsy ripe cherry and redcurrant with plenty of spice on the finish. This wine comes from Rocco's home estate, and he is one of the most dynamic grower-producers in the Abruzzo region of eastern Italy, where Appenini meet Adriatic . A man of boundless energy as well as profound knowledge of the local terrain and grape varieties, he has created a model estate and winery to raise the wine to a higher level than is possible in the wine co-operative environment.
Attractive, floral Fleurie, in keeping with its name, with intensely perfumed aromas and a ripe yet fresh palate. Our most popular 'Cru' Beaujolais by some considerable distance.