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  1. A.A. Badenhorst, "Secateurs" Chenin Blanc 2013

    Bright and engaging, with lots of white peach, Jonagold apple and Cavaillon melon notes offset by a bright floral edge. The pure, unadorned finish sails on.

    750ml bottle

    €19.50

  2. Vignoble Le Bihan - La Pie Colette Blanc

    Duras is less than an hour South of Bergerac. A beautiful nose of acacia flowers with tempting grapefruit notes.This cheerful white brings immediate pleasure to the palate with delicate notes of exotic fruits and a delicious finish.

    750ml bottle

    €19.50

  3. Domaine Ogereau - Anjou 'En Chenin'

    A dry white produced from 40 year old vines of Chenin Blanc (also called Pineau de la Loire) planted on grey schists soils located in the village of Saint Lambert du Lattay in the heart of the Côteaux du Layon appellation. The bouquet displays lovely notes of white fruits, honey and and citrus fruits along with gentle spices. Medium-bodied on the palate with moderate richness well-balanced by the acidity, great intensity of flavours on the long finish.

    750ml bottle

    €23.95

  4. Côteaux du Layon Saint Lambert

    Beautifully fragrant, with precise notes of tropical fruits, quince, peach and honey. Seriously pretty, decadent sweetness matched only by its refreshing acidity this makes a delicious end to a meal. A powerfully styled 'moelleux' with pronounced acidity and fine energy.

    750ml bottle

    €26.50

  5. Brut de Schistes ©Seán Gilley

    'Brut de Schistes' is a delicious Crémant de Loire composed of Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay. It is the perfect sparkling wine to quench your Champagne cravings at a fraction of the price.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

    Out of stock

  6. Jean-François Mérieau 'Bulles' 2011

    This sparkling will make all but the most discerning think they are drinking Champagne. Superb for parties, as an apéritif. But also great with Thai food and spicy Indian.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  7. Domaine Ogereau - Savennières ‘Clos le Grand Beaupréau'

    A dry white produced from Chenin Blanc (also called Pineau de la Loire) in the village of Savennières on the north bank of the Loire. Savennières is the king appellation of dry Chenin Blanc in Anjou. ‘Clos le Grand Beaupréau' is a full-bodied dry white with richness and aromatic complexity including notes of white fruits and lemon verbena. A superb Savennières with natural acidity, lovely salinity, supple texture and vibrant finish.

    750ml bottle

    €29.50

  8. Domaine Guiberteau - Clos de Guichaux

    Made from pure Chenin Blanc grown on the calcareous soils around Brézé. More precisely it comes from younger vines in the Clos de Guichaux and the Clos des Carmes, as well some old vines in Brézé. The age of the vineyards ranges from four to 60 years old. This is mineral fresh. Whetstone-like minerality drive with chewy pear, nectarine and lemon-oil aromas and flavours in support. There is good texture, which will build with age, but the dominant impression now is the energetic freshness and drive of the wine. All of Guiberteau's whites are whole-berry pressed and fermented naturally with indigenous yeasts. This is vinified in two-to-four-year-old barrels then refreshed in tank before bottling.

    750ml bottle

    €49.50

  9. Domaine Guiberteau - Breze

    The Brézé terroir creates a far more citrusy, floral expression of Chenin variety when grown appropriately. It is as close to Riesling as it is to the stereotype of Chenin. Even when they're ripe and lush, the wines remain stubbornly cool and pure. This one switches register from the staccato of the wines above to a more cavernous tone, certainly modelled on the Rougeard wine. (The Foucault brothers at Rougeard are close friends and mentors to this young grower.) Echoing the intensity and minerality of the vineyard, here we find an aromatic profile of remarkable precision: fleshy white peach, iodine and nectarine notes. The taste is enigmatic, never easy to define. The palate is rock dusty and dense, long and taut with a racy saline finish. Romain's Brézé is cropped at a low 30 hl/ha and allowed to ferment naturally in one-and-two-year-old wooden, 228 litre Burgundian barrels after which it's simply left alone for up to 24 months on its fine lees. Resolute, 'grand cru' Chenin.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

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