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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 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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Due to its altitude and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, Iona is one of the coolest vineyards in South Africa. This allows the grapes more time to ripen and helps maintain the acidity and freshness of...  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
$25.04
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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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
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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
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A traditional Sauvignon from a small producer in France. Fruit-driven, but with a decent flinty-mineral backbone.  More info
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Ripe and delectable Beerenauslese, this 2007 vintage from Willi Opitz offers up an extraordinary array of honeydew melon, apricot, peach, honey and rose petals.  More info
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This is a lovely Vouvray from the Loire region, made by Didier Champalou. It is a fruity, fresh Chenin Blanc which will pair nicely with fish, white meat and shellfish.  More info
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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
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Coming from the Cape Winelands in South Africa, this marvellous Sauvignon Blanc has grapefruit and gooseberry hints that give it an almost tropical flavour, whilst notes of green apple hold it all...  More info
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Individually numbered bottles of absolutely tip-top Chardonnay from Yarra Valley - one of the world's premium sites for Chardonnay grapes.  More info
2009 vintage Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand's Marlborough region. This awesome wine from Cloudy Bay boasts intense notes of fresh flowers, tarragon and tangy stone fruits.  More info
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This Alsatian wine is from the Hugel winery and is an incredibly floral style of white wine.  More info
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Referred to as '20 barrels' in reference to the 20-odd barrels that were originally combined to make this premium wine from Chilean Producer Cono Sur. Absolutely superb concentration in this top-end...  More info
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This is the 2011 vintage Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. The chaps behind Dog Point both previously worked for the legendary Cloudy Bay winery, needless to say Dog Point...  More info
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A huge bruiser of an Aussie Chardonnay. Top stuff. Trust us.  More info
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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
$29.16
This Riesling from Gerd Stepp and Matthias Gaul is made from grapes harvested from old vines (Alte Reben) and made in a dry style.  More info
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This is a stunning Chardonnay from this Adelaide Hills producer. The grapes are handpicked, bunch pressed and fermented with wild yeasts - and to cap it off no SO2 is added until bottling.  More info
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Massive notes of tropical fruit, honey and fresh herbs, Cloudy Bay's 2010 Sauvignon Blanc is a wonderful wine with a huge flavour profile.  More info
A warm New Zealand spring with a cool ripening season has resulted in a Sauvignon Blanc that's both rich and crisp.  More info
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