Whether you are looking to stock up your wine rack or simply want to discover something new. We've put together this mixed case of white wines from our range, carefully selected by our Master of Wine Philippa Carr.
What's in the case?
|1.7 units per 125ml|
Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc 2014
New ZealandThe unique terroir where the Stoneleigh Vineyards lie defines the wine's independent qualities. Located on the northern side of the Wairau Valley, in close proximity to Marlborough's main river, the Wairau, the vignerons have located the vineyards on shallow rock and gravel-exposed soils. These soils, low in nutrient and water-holding capacity, coupled with the terroir's warmer climate and high rainfall add up to produce a wine with its own unique sense of 'place'. The winemaker has harvested the fruit at peak intensity looking for both fresh and ripe fruit characters. With minimal winemaking intervention, this wine is able to express its own unique qualities.
Another classic Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc featuring fantastically ripe fruit displaying tropical notes with an underlying citrus edge. Crisp, vibrant and lively, this is a very pleasing wine
Zalze Chenin Blanc
South AfricaThe grapes were harvested from low yield-bearing bush vines from the Helderberg and Paarl regions. The blocks were divided in two sections and the canopy was left without removal of any shoots.
Upfront citrusy, tropical flavours on the nose with litchi and peach aromas that follows through on the palate. This wine is an excellent example of a bal-ance between fresh and fruity and rich and ripe tropical aromas of bushvine
|Procanico, Grechetto, Verdello, Drupeggio, Malvasia|
|1.5 units per 125ml|
Campogrande Orvieto Santa Cristina 2013
ItalyThe Antinori family released their first wine under the Santa Cristina name in 1946. Since then Santa Cristina has been a byword for quality and value in Tuscany, now more so than ever since the creation of a dedicated winery in 2006. The range now consists of reds and roses from Tuscany and whites from Umbria, so the winery's location in Cortona, southern Tuscany, is ideal. This wine is produced from grapes from the Orvieto Classico appellation, which encompasses the area around the alluvial cliff on which the city of Orvieto is located.
The nose shows both floral and fruity notes, particularly pineapple and banana, while the palate is medium-bodied, with more fruit and a round, delicate finish.