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From the world's first sparkling wine region this lovely, crisp, and fruity southern French fizz is made from the local mauzac variety, known for its great freshness.
Single-village Roussillon from low-yielding vines at high altitude in the deep south of France, this has dark fruit, grip and great depth of flavour with a sense of freshness.
With a pure gamay bouquet and plush, dense fruit texture, this is a harmoniously balanced Beaujolais cru with impressive purity. It is already delicious, but with the structure to keep.
A delightful New Zealand sauvignon made one of the oldest family-owned wineries in Marlborough. An enticing lemon-and-lime nose leads to a full, fresh and delicious palate, where citrus notes are joined by tropical flavours.
A fresh and generous Hungarian white blend from the region of Eger. This is fragrant with aromas of lemon-pith and nectarine with a full yet refreshing and mineral palate. Those who enjoyed The Society's Hungarian White should love this levelled up version of Egri Csillag.
Delicate, just off-dry pink Loire rosé that is light as a feather and that works with or without food, including the light heat and spice of stir fries or Thai fishcakes.