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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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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
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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
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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
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Alsace Gewurztraminer from renowned producer Pfaffenheim. Fresh and fruit-driven with notes of elderflower, mango, and passionfruit.  More info
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Riesling is one of the more interesting grape varieties and this is a classic Riesling from New Zealand.  More info
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Awarded 87 points by Robert Park, this New Zealand Pinot Gris is ready to drink before 2012. It offers notes of honey, pears, and fresh flowers on the nose, with a palate of honeyed blossom, soft...  More info
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Argentinian wine is made with the Torrontes grape variety and is an easy-drinking style with a floral character.  More info
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Albarino is a white grape similar to Viognier grown in this case in North-western Spain by winemaker Martin Codax.  More info
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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
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Winemaker Fiona Turner has worked in the Marlborough wine industry since 1995. Tinpot is her own venture and is a crisp style Sauvignon Blanc, which offers flavour and value for money.  More info
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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
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This is Sauvignon Blanc is from Gladstone in New Zealand. The majority of the grapes are fermented in stainless steel vats, however, a proportion of the grapes are fermented in oak casks to add...  More info
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Mülheimer Sonnenlay Reisling, once all the rage on Zeppelin flights (no, really), from Max Ferdinand Richter.  More info
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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
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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
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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
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This is a great entry-level French Chardonnay from an acclaimed producer. Fresh and fruity with balanced oak notes, delicious.  More info
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Product in New Zealand's Marlborough region by Tinpot Hut, this is a superb Sauvignon Blanc from Fiona Turner. With a lovely mineral character and a rich, fruity aroma, this is a lovely wine.  More info
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From Fiona Turner's Marlborough wine company, Tinpot Hut, comes the 2013 vintage Sauvignon Blanc. A pure and simple wine with some excellent notes of lemon-grass, passion fruit and even blackcurrant...  More info
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100% Albariño grapes go into the Martin Codax Albariño white wine from the Salnés Valley. Very traditional, it even includes Galician on the label. Citrus and sharp green apple wafts on the nose...  More info
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Neil Martin for eRobertParker.com gave this South African Chardonnay 89 points, and it is easy to see why Glen Carlou's Chardonnay is renowned with its crisp acidity and subtle oak influence.  More info
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This Chardonnay from the Macon region is a delectable crisp style of Chardonnay with some richer notes than other Macon wines.  More info
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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
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A fruity, robust little dessert wine from New Zealand, this is late a harvest wine, made from the Semillon grapes.  More info
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