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This clever blend of Gascon sauvignon blanc’s lemony crispness and Languedoc viognier’s fragrant apricotty charm went down just as well with our Wine Champions tasters as it does with the many members who buy it so enthusiastically each year. We are pleased to confirm the 2020 is an excellent year for this popular thirst quencher!
From Maison Bougrier, this is a classic, elegant Sèvre-et-Maine Muscadet. An easy-drinking, anytime white, finishing clean and fresh on the palate.
Super consistent South African blend from the Percheron 'stable' with chenin blanc's ripe stone fruit topped up with a little aromatic viognier.
This great value refreshing white wine is light-bodied, dry and lemon-scented. Made from cortese (the grape also used for Gavi) in the rolling hills of north-west Italy near Milan, it can be enjoyed simply but rewardingly straight from the fridge.
Not content with festooning our Wine Champions podium with fantastic-value red wines, Sicily also contributed a pair of white wines that earned Championship status with aplomb. The first was this zingy, lemony vermentino, whose citrusy character and touch of white pepper proved very impressive for the price.