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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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Ulisse Pecorino 2010
(75cl, 13%)
This white Italian wine hails from Abruzzo and is best paired with the Pecorino cheese. The story goes that the sheep whose milk is used to make the Pecorino cheese used to feed on the grape vines and...  More info
£13.95
Pouilly-fume is in the Loire Valley and the white wines made here are all made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape. This wine is mineral rich and with balanced acidity.  More info
£19.25
This is a creamy premier cru Chardonnay from the Burgundian appellation of Meursault by Jean Claude Boisset that achieved 18.75 points from Decanter.  More info
£75.29
Aged in new and old French oak barriques this wine is made from Chardonnay grapes harvested from the legendary Corton Grand Cru vineyard. This is a phenomenal wine with exquisite flavour and body.  More info
£64.70
A rich Pouilly-Fuissé from Domaine Saumaize-Michelin, this will be at its best after about 2 to 5 years in the bottle. Expect a balanced, citrusy white with a good level of oakiness.  More info
£26.64
Chablis lies on soil of limestone and Kimmeridgian clay, this is what the wine's minerally character is attributed to. Chablis goes well with seafood especially prawns in this case.  More info
£17.13
This Chardonnay from the Macon region is a delectable crisp style of Chardonnay with some richer notes than other Macon wines.  More info
£15.03
A cool and cloudy December led to a smaller harvest than usual however the grapes had ripened excellently producing this rather fine Sauvignon Blanc.  More info
£19.25
A warm New Zealand spring with a cool ripening season has resulted in a Sauvignon Blanc that's both rich and crisp.  More info
£19.04
Albarino is a white grape similar to Viognier grown in this case in North-western Spain by winemaker Martin Codax.  More info
£13.95
This is Burgundian at heart but is a big Calefornian style. If you like your Chardonnays oozing with flavour and body we cannot recommend this more!  More info
£25.59
Vaillons is one of the finest premier cru vineyards in Chablis and its Kimmeridgean soils ensure the wine has that classic Chablis minerality.  More info
£32.98
Argentinian wine is made with the Torrontes grape variety and is an easy-drinking style with a floral character.  More info
£13.95
Based in the Walker Bay region of South Africa is Crystallum, which might sound like a new type of element on the Periodic Table, but they're actually a small, family-run winery, producing some rather...  More info
£25.59
This Marlborough Pinot Gris (Pinot Grigio) is made from botrytised grapes. Botrytis is an infection which dehydrates grapes leaving behind the sugars and acids. This can ruin a harvest unless you wish...  More info
£13.99
Sancerre lies across the Loire Valley from Pouilly-Fume, both use the Sauvignon Blanc grape to great effect. Sancerres boast delicious green fruit flavours and a refreshing minerality.  More info
£18.19
This is a great entry-level French Chardonnay from an acclaimed producer. Fresh and fruity with balanced oak notes, delicious.  More info
£15.02
This wine hails from the Mount Barker township in Western Australia, thanks to a cool climate the Chardonnay grape type ripens slowly with delicious results.  More info
£21.36
Felton Road Riesling 2011
(75cl, 12.50%)
Felton Road, a winery in New Zealand, produced this fantastic spring wine from Riesling grapes. This 2011 vintage has a spectacular nose, which develops on the palate into a brilliantly fresh...  More info
£21.78
Planeta Chardonnay 2009
(75cl, 13.50%)
This Chardonnay hails from Sicily and is a rich, tropical fruit-forward style. This will complement a variety of hard Italian cheeses or risottos, mushroom and parmesan risotto maybe?  More info
£27.72
In 1975 the De Loach estate bottled its first wine, a Zinfandel. In 2003 the Burgundian estate J-C Boisset bought the winery and focus on small-lot wine-making. This is a fruity Chardonnay with a...  More info
£12.38
A 2010 vintage of Collovray & Terrier Bourgogne Tradition, made with 100% chardonnay grapes. The grapes are allowed to grow for longer into the harvest season and develop their ripeness slowly. On the...  More info
£15.02
A huge bruiser of an Aussie Chardonnay. Top stuff. Trust us.  More info
£18.19
A wonderful South African Chenin Blanc from the Ken Forrester Vineyards near Cape Town. Bursting with apricot, lemon curd and a hint of honey.  More info
£28.77
A very elegant Chardonnay from the Gimblett Road vineyards in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Magnificent whiffs of citrus on the nose continue on the palate, which is enjoyably complex.  More info
£12.09
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