Ripe, passionfruit sauvignon takes the lead in this popular Loire white which includes a little chardonnay to round out the palate.
Cococciola is a rare and ancient Abruzzese grape variety that holds good acidity and, when yields are controlled, can make really characterful wine. This example is very distinctive, with a typically Italian bitter citrus-peel tang, while blood orange and apricot develop on this mouthwatering, dry and crisp white.
With their immense vineyard holdings in Gascony, south-west France, brothers Rémi and Armin Grassa have huge resources with which to invent and delight. This is a dry, fruity white made from the gros manseng grape. Refreshing and vibrant fruit flavours, with just a twist of grapefruit.
Easy-going sunny grillo from western Sicily, showing apricot and grapefruit notes with a touch of saltiness on the refreshing finish, unsurprising for vines growing so close to the sea.
Kaap Plaas Semillon Sauvignon Blanc W Cape 2019
The perfect all-rounder. Uncork the fresh, dry stone-fruit charm of this Vinet family benchmark with seafood feasts or enjoy its racy refreshing fruit solo as a warm-weather thirst-quencher.