• Bergerac Blanc, Moulin des Dames, Château Tour des Gendres 2017 £26

    Unctuous and superbly rich and full-bodied, this is a very ripe expression of a barrel aged Sauvignon Blanc from the Bergerac region of the south of France.

    Complex with flavours of apricot and citrus, it would be perfect with fish in a creamy sauce, shellfish or blue cheese.

  • Château Lestrille is located in the small town of St. Germain du Puch, on the northern point of Entre-deux-Mers. The Entre-deux-Mers is one of Bordeaux’s largest appellations, and translates as “between two seas,” signifying its positions between the large Garonne and Dordogne rivers. This great Bordeaux Blanc from a wonderful producer offers cut grass on the nose with plenty of apple and honey on the palate and an ace oily texture, ripe rich stone fruits with lemongrass notes.  
  • Marlborough is a dry, sunny viticultural region, situated at the north eastern tip of the South Island, New Zealand.  Consisting of two parallel valleys, the Wairau and the Awatere, it stretches along the Pacific Coast. The vines grow in mixed alluvial soils, which are geologically young and have been distributed along the valley's floors by the Wairau and Awatere rivers. This typical Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc offers peapods, gooseberry and asparagus with a fresh and herbaceous flavour. Ideal for a glass or two or it works well with food.
  • Situated in Bué in the Sancerre region of the Loire Valley, the Millet family has been making wine for over six generations. Elegant, vibrant Sauvignon, notes of grapefruit and lemon, clean and crisp
  • Castelnau de Suduiraut, Sauternes 2013 (37.5cl)

    On 18 April 1855 the estate was classed as a Premier Cru during the official wine classification programme in the Gironde winegrowing area. Voluptuous notes of sugared almonds, acacia honey and candied fruits. True rich elegance of Semillon