47 AD Prosecco DOC NV, Veneto, Italy
Grapes: Glera. A funky Prosecco that is perfect for easy drinking. Pleasant, light, fine, delicate and fruity, with a characteristic bouquet of melon peach and apple
Maison Ventenac Coup de Chance 2017, Cabardes, France
Grapes: Chenin Blanc, Gros Manseng and Colombard. A traditional Southern French blend this wine is lean, fresh and busting with acidity. Lots of grapefruit and lemon notes, with good minerality on the finish
Nekeas Blanco, 2021, Navarra, Spain
Grapes: Chardonnay, Viura. A blend of the local Viura and more recognisable Chardonnay, this is a mellow white that is soft and round with melon and apple fruit notes. Great food wine but equally very happy on its own.
Baron de Badassière, Picpoul de Pinet, 2020, Languedoc, France
Grapes: Picpoul. Bright and fresh. This mouth-watering wine is brimming with lemon zest, granny smith apples and a hint of white flowers. On the palate it is medium-bodied and nicely balanced.
Bruno Lafon Le P’tit Pinot, 2020, Vin de France, France
Grapes: Pinot Noir. Made from a cool vineyard plot in the Northern Languedoc, this is pretty classic Pinot Noir – light, crunchy red fruit with a soft finish. Very easy going and wonderful drinking. A modern classic.
Mary Taylor Bordeaux Rouge, 2016, Bordeaux, France
Grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon. Made predominantly from Cabernet Sauvignon, this is a textbook Claret but with a modern, approachable and soft dark red fruit profile and smoky back drop. Most importantly…just deli- cious in the glass.
Casa Ferreirinha `Esteva` Douro Tinto, 2019, Portugal
Grapes: Tinta Roriz, Tinta Barroca, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional. Aromas of ripe strawberries, juicy cherries and a hint of violets. It is smooth on the palate, with polished tannins and well-integrated acidity
Domaine Mathias Macon Villages ‘Roches Blanche’ 2019, Burgundy, France
Grapes: Chardonnay. A classic style of white Burgundy. Bright green apple fruit with fresh acidity and a little citrus on the finish. A great food white that always impresses in the glass
Wightman & Sons, Chenin Blanc, 2018, Swartland, South Africa
Grapes: Chenin Blanc. Reminiscent of sweet fruits on the palate, with hints of honey and some green notes. Some old oak prominent.
Domaine Jean-Pierre Bailly, Pouilly-Fumé, 2020, Loire, France
Grapes: sauvignon blanc. An expressive nose with intense aromas of peach, citrus fruit and white flowers, complemented by an elegant minerality. On the palate, a mineral freshness entwines with a citrus hit which continues onto the long finish.
Xavier, Cotes du Rhone, 2016, Rhone, France
Grapes: Grenache, Mourvedre, Syrah. Plenty of black raspberry, raspberry , crushed flowers and ample minerality on the nose. This is followed by a medium to full-bodied wine that has beautiful concentration, a layered, balanced feel and ample length.
Maal, Rebelion, 2017, Vista Flores, Argentina
Grapes: Malbec. Deep blackcurrant, and black cherry fruit with a touch of chocolate. Some soft tannins with a well structured medium body and dark fruit coming through from the nose.
Château Macquin, Saint-Georges-Saint-Émilion, 2018, Bordeaux, France
Grapes: merlot, cabernet sauvignon. Intense aromas of ripe red fruits along with spicy notes of cinnamon and pepper. The palate is full-bodied with concentrated flavours of cassis, raspberry and tobacco an silky tannins