|Dry fresh & mineral
|201. 2013 Colombard - COTE DE GASCOGNE
A dry easy drinking fresh wine with citrus tones.
|206. 2013 Muscadet CHATEAU COING ST. FIACRE – LOIRE
Fantastic with all types of seafood – exceptional balance
|208. 2012 Bourgogne Aligoté, PERRAUD – BURGUNDY
A lovely well-made Aligote, delicate on the nose, elegant on the palate
|209. 2013 Sauvignon blanc, Reuilly la Raie, LAFOND – LOIRE, FRANCE
Sancerre without the price tag
|210. 2012 Pinot Blanc, Trimbach - ALSACE
Plenty of lovely lemony fruit
|214. 2012 Pinot Grigio Venezie, VIGNETO CASALTA - ITALY
100% Pinot Grigio, flavours of citrus melon and pears, great with fish!
|216. 2013 Gavi di Gavi, Giustiniana - ITALY
A great example of just how good Gavi can be if made by the right winemaker
|211. 2013 Lugana, ca’ dei fratti - LUGANA, ITALY
Ripe fruit with a zesty mineral freshness
|218. 2012 Pouilly Fume, Andre Dezat & Fils - LOIRE
Grass, currants, citrus fruits all with a vibrant acidity and a fruity finish
|219. 2013 Sancerre, Jean Paul Balland - LOIRE
Fresh and floral in style with a distinct gooseberry aroma
|220. 2011 Pouilly-Fumé Silex, Didier Dagueneau - LOIRE
Something of a maverick Didier Dagueneau had been single-mindedly dedicated to producing the "the best Sauvignon Blancs in the world," until his untimely and tragic death in September 2008. Didier was by no means afraid of experimentation, one of the few to ferment his Sauvignon's in oak barrels. His 11.5 hectares of land are spread over the Pouilly appellation and consist of mainly clay and flint based soils – ‘Silex’ in French. Low yields through de-budding and short pruning, and a manual harvest of successive ‘tris’ ensure that only the healthiest grapes are used. His son, Benjamin, now takes control of winemaking and continues his father's great legacy.