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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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An organic Chardonnay from Chile. This offers notes of stone fruits, honey and citrus. Well balanced and a great partner for light appetisers. Another classic from Cono Sur.  More info
$14.72
This English wine is made with the little known Ortega grape and is a crisp, medium-bodied, dry white.  More info
$14.80
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
$14.80
Torres Viña Sol 2009
(75cl, 11.50%)
Made with Parellada grapes, Torres make their wine in Catalunya, Spain. Floral and citrussy, this was awarded a Bronze from Decanter magazine.  More info
$14.96
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
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
$15.79
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
$15.79
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
$15.79
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
$15.79
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
$15.79
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
$15.79
This Piedmont Moscatel is a sweet wine with a moreishly drinkable quality.  More info
$15.97
This is an Argentinian wine from Mendoza made from a blend of the Chardonnay and Viognier grape types and has even won a Silver Medal at the Decanter 2011 World Wine Awards.  More info
$16.28
From the South African Barton Vineyards comes this tempting 2012 vintage Chenin Blanc. Notes of sweet apple and white pear.  More info
$16.78
This is Chenin Blanc hails from the Kogelberg National Eco Park in Walker Bay, South Africa.  More info
$16.78
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
$17.17
This tasty, medium dry white wine, made from a blend of Ortega & Reichensteiner grapes, comes from the Biddenden Vineyard in Kent, also known as The Garden of England, because there's nowhere better...  More info
$17.55
The Talmard family grows grapes and wheat together in an agricultural area. Their Mâcon Chardonnay is rich, tangy and creamy and it's perfect for drinking now.  More info
$17.57
Very aromatic with notes of tangy plums and honey. Stainless steel vinification, 100% malolactic fermentation. Louis Latour select their grapes from one of the best vineyards in southern Burundy's...  More info
$17.67
This dry Riesling from Max Ferdinand Richter used to be the most poured on grand transatlantic flights, hence the Zeppelin reference.  More info
$17.76
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
$17.91
A great addition to any rich fish dish, this Unoaked Chardonnay is produced at the Gimblett Road vineyards in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.  More info
$17.91
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
$18.34
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
$18.44
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
$18.44
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