Wine Rack Whites
Mixed Case

£125.00

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Wine Rack Whites
Mixed Case

£125.00

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SIZE:
6 Bottles

This case is a one-stop shop for stocking your wine rack with delicious whites. Whether it's simply a glass to enjoy after a long day, that perfect bottle to bring to a dinner party, or something intriguing when you're feeling adventurous, we've got you covered. 

In the Case:

Ben Haines, 'Colour Block' Chardonnay, Yarra Valley, Australia 2021

Don't be fooled by the delicate colour, this is a Chardonnay expression that's full of fantastic texture, nervy acidity and a creamy, complex finish. Think crunchy orchard fruit, honeycomb and pear with a citrus kick that ties everything together. A real testament to the ethos of modern Australian winemaking, where finesse and elegance are championed over bolder, oaked flavour.

Marco Barba, 'Barbabianca' Bianco, Veneto, Italy 2020

Garganega is a grape variety most commonly grown in Soave and is perfect for producing crisp, fragrant whites. Blended with some local Veneto grapes, this expression is as fresh as they come! A crisp and tangy white, the balancing zesty fresh lemon juice with some red apple, pear and a hint of elderflower. It’s an ideal aperitif style, refreshing and dangerously drinkable.


A A Badenhorst, 'Kalmoesfontein' Family White, Swartland, South Africa 2019

The 'Family White' is a celebration of the beauty and unique character of the Swartland. A beautifully textured and rounded white with a lightly honeyed nose, and notes of dried apricots, white tea, and tangerine.

'When you’re working like that you aren’t picking for varietal typicity, you’re picking to make a blend that best expresses the area.' - Adi Badenhorst

This is mostly Chenin Blanc, blended with a spattering of Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Roussanne, and Palomino. Although these varieties ripen at slightly different times, Adi harvests all at once and ferments them together in the same tank.

Chateau Clement-Termes, 'Les Petits Clements' Sauvignon-Mauzac, Loire, France 2020

Crisp with concentrated fruit, this lively blend of Mauzac and Sauvignon Blanc is a zesty, refreshing and deliciously easy to drink. Juicy flavours of lemon, ripe apples and a touch of warmer tropical fruits are set of by zinging acidity and a lightness in the mouth. Fantastic as an aperitif or paired with grilled vegetables and shellfish.

La Soeur Cadette, Melon Blanc, Burgundy, France 2020

Muscadet meets Chablis with La Soeur Cadette's Melon Blanc. This is a variety that is incredibly scarce in Burgundy, but the small number of vines that remain can offer up fantastic quality fruit. A taught, mineral-driven expression with notes of nashi pear, green apple and a lightly saline finish. A perfect seafood wine.

Hirsch, 'Zöbing' Riesling, Kamptal, Austria, 2019

The wine-growing village of Zöbing lies directly at the foothills of Heiligenstein in the Kamptal. Wines from here display the character of a classic Riesling with pronounced smoky mineral notes and elegant fruit. In this expression, the nose is rich with yellow stone fruit, passion fruit and the freshness of fine orange zest. The palate is juicy and flavoursome, with bright tropical fruit characters complemented by fine, fresh acidity and hints of lemon juice lingering on the finish.