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White Wine

What is it about White wine that tends to make it more prone to 'trending' (to coin a twitterism)? A decade ago, it was all about Chardonnay (with the unfortunate offspring to prove it), for the last few years it's been New Zealand Sauvignon (with thankfully fewer namesakes) , now both seem to have fallen from grace (with a few notable exceptions of course). Next big thing in this category? We're taking bets. We reckon Veltliner or Viognier. Something beginning with a 'v' anyway.

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A fruity, crisp Chenin Blanc from South Africa's Western Cape, this 2010 vintage from Freedom Cross is a great accompaniment for light fish and vegetarian dishes.  More info
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This is a deliciously easy-drinking Sauvignon Blanc from Greywacke in Marlborough, New Zealand. Best enjoyed with seafood such as monk fish.  More info
$32.33
A traditional Sauvignon from a small producer in France. Fruit-driven, but with a decent flinty-mineral backbone.  More info
$26.40
A Chilean Sauvignon Blanc, created in the Limari Valley by Marcelo Papa. Awarded 88 points by Robert Parker and Wine Spectator, Maycas del Limari's 2007 Sauvignon is a fresh, ripe wine with citrus...  More info
$19.47
2004 vintage Chardonnay from Hawkes Bay. This is a Morton Estate wine which offers thick honey, hints of smoke, vanilla and nuts. Big on the palate, this was matured for a year in French oak.  More info
$26.23
Aged on the lees in French barriques, with 35% malolactic fermentation, this is fruity, citrussy and biscuity Chardonnay from Hawkes Bay, New ealand. Best served with fish, pork or poultry dishes.  More info
$17.90
Fresh, fruity and aromatic Riesling from Morton Estate. The grapes are grown in Marlborough, New Zealand. This will benefit from 2 to 3 years in the cellar, and it works brilliantly with fish dishes...  More info
$17.90
A great all-rounder, this Chardonnay from Morton Estate is wonderful on any occasion, though it is particularly at home when paired with shellfish or creamy chicken ishes. Will benefit from aup to 5...  More info
$17.90
Cracking Kiwi Chardonnay, produced in Hawkes Bay by Morton Estate. This is aged for a year in French oak, and it will last for a good 5 years of cellaring - which will bring added complexity.  More info
$26.23
A fruity, robust little dessert wine from New Zealand, this is late a harvest wine, made from the Semillon grapes.  More info
$26.23
The conditions in Morton Estate's Marlborough vineyards in 2009 were perfect for Sauvignon Blanc. This is a perfect wine for seafood dishes, and it will improve after a couple of years of cellaring.  More info
$26.23
An absolutely breathtaking Chardonnay from Morton Estate; at the Decanter World Wine Awards this was hailed as the Best Chardonnay over £10, two years running! We tried this at a Riedel glassware...  More info
$53.26
A wine that Michael Cooper described as the "Rolls Royce" of New Zealand Chardonnay, this won Silver medals at the Decanter World Wine Competitions in 2009 and 2010, as well as a Best in Class at the...  More info
$53.26
2009 vintage Sauvignon Blanc from Morton Estate's Stone Creek vineyard in the Awatere Valley. Lots of red pepper, gooseberry and grassy notes dominate the palate with hints of tropical fruit.  More info
$20.91
A delightful New World Chardonnay from top producers Morton Estate. This is fermented and lees-aged in French oak barriques. This 2008 vintage is wonderful with fish, pork or poultry dishes.  More info
$17.90
Thanks to cool nights and warm days during the growing season in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, this wine has developed superbly well. Harvested late, in March - April 2008. Fermented in stainless steel and...  More info
$17.90
Pinot Gris from Hawkes Bay, NZ. This offers stone fruits - particularly peach. Also hints of tangy citrus. This works beautifully with seafood dishes. It was awarded a Silver at the NZ International...  More info
$20.91
Offering up good sweetness, hints of spice and citrus peel, This Hawkes Bay Viognier is a stunning wine which was awarded a Gold at the New Zealand International Wine Show in 2007. The grapes are...  More info
$24.55
An aromatic and rich Viognier from New Zealand's North Island. This delicious wine offers flavours of spice and orange marmalade, and it's great for summertime drinking, or with creamy, white meat...  More info
$24.55
Medium bodied Riesling from Morton Estate in Marlborough, New Zealand. Very elegant with notes of citrus, apples and minerality. They recommend it with shellfish dishes.  More info
$20.91
Beautiful Sauvignon Blanc, the grapes are grown in Marlborough, New Zealand. They harvested the grapes in April 2009, and the wine itself is fruity, and almost herbal with hints of red pepper, grass...  More info
$10.80
Morton Estate's top selling wine, the White Label Sauvignon Blanc is made with grapes from their vineyards in Marlborough, on New Zealand's South Island. Very fruity and full of flavour.  More info
$17.90
A fresh style, balanced acidity and persistency. Great aromatic intensity. Tasting notes (from the producer) Our Sauvignon Blanc vineyards catch the cool sea breezes off the Pacific Ocean, resulting...  More info
$15.77
Lemon, gooseberry on the nose. Gooseberry and bags of Grapefruit on the palate. Sharp acidity upfront and on the finish. A crisp and refreshing Sauvignon.  More info
$15.03
A sweet, rich dessert wine from the Barossa Valley, made with Semillon grapes affect with noble rot. Wonderfully fresh, complex wine from Peter Lehmann, made with grapes picked from the Semillon...  More info
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