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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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Made from grapes grown in 10 hectares to the south of the estate at Vaudieu, this is a fruity, citrusy white Rhône blend.  More info
$54.58
Made by Kevin Judd (of Cloudy Bay), this Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc is a tropical, fruity New Zealand white which will go down beautifully in the Summer months.  More info
$29.19
Produced in the quaint village of Biddenden in Kent, Gribble Bridge is a crisp white made from Ortega grapes. This has been lauded by the critics.  More info
$15.15
This is a 2011 vintage Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc from Château de Vaudieu. Based on the Grenache grape and partially matured in oak, this offers up a medium body with plenty of fresh fruit.  More info
$54.58
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
$22.78
Mülheimer Sonnenlay Reisling, once all the rage on Zeppelin flights (no, really), from Max Ferdinand Richter.  More info
$21.99
A crisp 2011 vintage Chardonnay from Macon-Prissé, expect mandarin, mango and minerality.  More info
$22.79
A top Spanish white wine from the Rioja region, made with 100% viura. Waxy and fruity with oak, tremendous stuff.  More info
$34.00
Ant Moore was a bit skeptical about naming his wines after himself, but he preferred it to naming them after a tree or a rock, which we understand. This 2010 vintage Riesling, made at the vineyard in...  More info
$19.99
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
$22.78
Domaine Chatelain is a family run vineyard which has been in the business since 1630. Along the way, they've picked up a thing or two about crafting delicious white wines, like this 2011 vintage...  More info
$30.80
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
$26.45
A very well balanced Riesling from Alsace. Everything seems to be perfectly in tune with each other, from the sharp citrus and sweet stone fruits to the lovely acidity and the calming vanilla notes...  More info
$21.19
A South African Chardonnay from the Paarl Valley, made with 100% Chardonnay grapes by the Glen Carlou vineyards. Sip it alongside fresh fish for maximum enjoyment.  More info
$32.29
A vintage 2013 Riesling from Felton Road, the New Zealand winemakers. With their dedication to organic and bio-dynamic viticulture, the grapes that Felton Road use are as pure as can be, with results...  More info
$35.59
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
$38.81
Made by some young punks called Some Young Punks in Australia, Monsters Attack is an eye-catching and taste-bud-tingling Clare Valley Riesling, jam packed with fruity acidity and floral notes. Proper...  More info
$32.42
A tumultuous growing season was experly handled by the Domaine Sautereau winemakers, making their 2012 vintage Sancerre possible. You wouldn't expect anything less from a winery that has been making...  More info
$27.59
From the Domaine Chassagne-Montrachet comes an exceptional Chardonnay, produced under the watchful eye of Jean-Marc Pillot. The 2011 vintage of this fruity-forward village level wine is brimming with...  More info
$61.26
Tokaji Aszú might well be our favourite dessert wine. It is made sweet by allowing the grapes to become affected with botrytis (noble rot) which brings out all the natural sugar content. These grapes...  More info
$34.47
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
Suave, elegant Beerenauslese from Willi Opitz, made with Gewürztraminer grapes. This offers notes of rich honey, stylish notes of apricot, blackcurrant and spice.  More info
$35.62
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
$24.17
A very popular wine from Willi Opitz, Goldackerl Beerenauslese is a blend of the Welschriesling and Scheurebe grapes. The wine itself has beautiful balance and notes of peaches, orange zest and...  More info
$35.09
Thick and stunning eiswein from Austrian producers Willi Opitz. This is complex and huge in body. Welschriesling is an old variety of white wine grape which, funnily enough, has nothing to do with...  More info
$72.02
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