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  1. Domaine Pattes Loup Chablis, Les Butteaux, 1er Cru, 2015

    A sublime mix of texture, refinement and complexity, such a stylish Chablis. Sensual but poised. Melt in the mouth and with a luxurious feel yet there is tremendous vibrancy, too - the palate echoes with a refined minerality and pin-point freshness coming from ripe sicilan lemon fruit. Sublime. A later bottling of Butteaux aged for 34 months, a year of which is in used fut, the rest in steel tanks.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  2. Château la Coste - Les Pentes Douces Blanc  - Seán Gilley 2012 ©

    "The complex and rich nose reveals itself on candied and citrus fruits aromas. Also, floral fragrances and a hint of citrus with spices notes can be perceived. The mouth is smooth, fresh and round with a lovely finish on citrus fruits aromas, typical of the Vermentino grape variety. A great wine to drink now or to age for 5 - 7 years in the cellar." The grapes are selected from the best north hillsides of the domaine and after harvest, they are sorted in the vineyards and in the cha.The fermentation and the ageing are done in oak barrels during 8 to 10 months, depending on the vintage. No fining or filtering before bottling.

    1.5L magnum

    €59.50

  3. Pouilly-Fuissé Veillies Vignes 'La Croix'

    There is a nice lemony nose with notes of pear and honeysuckle. The fruit is fresh and pure, and the touch of mineral reminds you that yes, you are drinking white Burgundy. Splendid purity and no lack of energy. A wine with lots of class that it will have you checking the label to see if you’re not drinking a more illustrious name! Absolutely delicious with scallops, seabass, cod, monkfish and white meats like turkey.
    Jean-Jacques Robert is discreet but he certainly knows how to make wine and we are privileged to have some!

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  4. 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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  5. Joseph Phelps Sauvignon Blanc

    A wine of length and purity, the 2017 Sauvignon Blanc bursts from the glass with floral, citrus peel and stone fruit aromatics. Crisp and refreshing on the palate with balanced, racy acidity framing green apple, apricot and honeydew melon notes followed by a lemon curd and mineral finish.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  6. Pietra Marina Etna Bianco

    Considered by some to be the best of Italy’s white wines, Pietra Marina is a dazzling wine that speaks of elegance, pedigree and age-worthiness. Pale yellowish colour with bright greenish tints. Pietra Marina's aromas are delicate and fruity with subtle notes of ripe apple along with a distinctive minerality. The palate is dry with a refreshing acidity and nice aromatic persistence including appealing undertones of fresh almond and aniseed. Exquisite elegance, refinement with added energy in the glass. It is clearly a cut above many other examples of Carraicante.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  7. L'Abeille de Fieuzal Blanc - © Seán Gilley 2013

    This classic Bordeaux Blanc is marked by youthful notes of citrus that evolve into toasted hazelnuts over time. A well-structured base of Sauvignon Blanc provides precision at release, while Sémillon adds a supple beeswax texture, elevated by spring floral tones. A fine special occasion wine, perfect for seafood risotto, poultry and oranges with herbs or lightly aging cheeses. This rich Bordeaux Blanc was produced in the classic method, in barrique with regular bâtonnage or stirring up of spent lees.

    750ml bottle

    €59.50

  8. Journeyman Chardonnay 2012

    A wine of structured richness with nuances of red apple, pear, stone fruit, wet limestone and honeysuckle, with layered sweetness from refined oak components.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

  9. Chateau Montelena - Chardonnay

    Pale golden colour in the glass, with the faintest hint of green belying its youth, this Chardonnay opens with rich and intense aromas of lemon, lime leaf, citrus flowers, and a touch of honey before moving into spicy pie crust and a hint of mascarpone creaminess - all topped with a nice flinty finish. The citrus trend continues on the palate with a firm acidity and tropical star fruit. This wine has excellent mouthfeel with big full texture and a mouthcoating creaminess that nicely complements the white stone fruit (nectarine and peach) and slight green apple fruit flavours. On the finish, look for a pleasantly subtle marzipan nuttiness.

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

  10. Livio Felluga `Terre Alte`

    Straw gold in colour, with a highly perfumed nose with notes of elderflower, almond and butter from the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Bianco, with a spicy, vanilla depth added by the barrel-fermented Friulano. On the palate it is full-bodied but fresh, with a lively acidity which gives zest to its rich, luxurious character. Long and elegant, with a hint of sage and a citrus twist on the finish

    750ml bottle

    €69.50

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