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Summer WWF Worldwide Wonders Whites Case

Case of 12
Summer WWF Worldwide Wonders Whites Case
Price: £0.00 Case of 12
is no longer available
Code: WF214W4A

Wines included

Kumeu Village Hand-Harvested Chardonnay 2020

Pure, harmonious New Zealand chardonnay from master of the grape Michael Brajkovich MW. With tempting peach and apple aromas which develop on the generous palate, this is fresh, bright and delicious.

New Zealand £10.50 per bottle

Luberon Blanc, La Ciboise, Chapoutier 2019

A dry, fragrant and full-flavoured white from the hills of the Luberon. This is slightly herby, round with a hint of peach. Try with a grilled goat's cheese salad.


Pauletts Polish Hill River Riesling 2020

Taught, focused and steely bone-dry riesling from the Paulett family. The 2020 is racy, fresh and bright, with mouthwatering lemon-and-lime notes. A beautifully structured Australian riesling which is delicious now, especially with shellfish, but which will age effortlessly for at least a decade.

Australia £11.95 per bottle

Pecorino Abruzzo, Contesa 2020

Rocco was one of the very first to champion the excellent local white grape pecorino, and his many years of experience growing it help him make it extremely well. It has gained a considerable and deserved following at The Society, and the 2020 is delicious: lemon rind and crushed rocks on the nose, with bright crisp acidity on the palate, orchard-fruit flavours and a dry refreshing finish.

Italy £9.95 per bottle

Quinta da Alorna Reserva Arinto Chardonnay, Tejo 2019

An unusual and versatile blend of Portugal's crisp and refreshing arinto grape with the yellow fruit and creamier texture of chardonnay.

Portugal £9.50 per bottle

The Cup & Rings Albariño Sobre Lias, Rias Baixas 2016

An innovative take on Spain’s now famous white grape albariño. The innovation is in the winemaking whereby the wine has been left ageing on its lees (“lias”) for over three years. This retains freshness and vitality in the wine whilst adding a bready complexity to the flavour and a softness of texture which is the result of bottle age.

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