A Dry Crisp wine with lime, lemon, and a hint of
pear. This wine is framed by a touch of minerality and is delicately
A dry, light-bodied wine, much like Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Gris, with a smooth oily like richness that adds a little extra punch.
Pale straw yellow color, with delicate greenish highlights. Its scent is floral, subtle and fruity. Pleasantly dry and cool. It goes well with any dish. We recommend tasting it with
Organoleptic characteristics: straw-yellow with greenish
tinges. Intense bouquet. Suave, round, lingering taste pleasing blend of
floral and honeyed (but not sweet) flavors. The flavors and acidity are, in
well-made specimens, elegantly balanced. It is interesting that some
descriptions have it as a notably high-acid wine, while other reviewers
describe it as soft and moderate to low in acid; presumably those are simply
the results of different vinification methods.
A touch of Salt…yep because it is close to sea.
Bursting with intense aromas of lemon zest, bell pepper and nettle, with
lively stone fruit notes adding allure and complexity. This cooler microclimate
delivers a wine with an elegant array of delicious flavor, a combination of
jalapeño, zesty apple, and a crisp passionfruit finish. While this exciting Sauvignon
Blanc is deliciously drinkable on its own, we suggest that you explore the
pairing of Hillersden Sauvignon Blanc with fresh seafood and grilled spring
A wine of great character refined and marked bouquet reminiscent of
acacia’s flowers. Dry,
smooth, full bodied with a strong scent of mugwort and long
85% Sauvignon Blanc, 10% Semillon, 5% Muscadelle
A lovely, mellow Sauvignon Blanc it expresses a
restrained acidity and light aromatics making it a flexible pairing wine,
especially with seafood and lighter dishes.
Elegant body perfumed with orange blossoms and apple aromas. Ample flavors of crisp pears, chewy apricots, and toasted walnuts are accented with fine hits of nutmeg, almonds, and peach-pie crust. There’s a charming buttery quality, with a slender puff of marshmallow, on the sumptuous and creamy finish.
Hillersden Sauvignon Blanc delivers the Upper Wairau valley and the 2017
vintage in a glass with bright citrus and tropical fruit, grass and just the
perfect seam of acidity. Bursting with intense aromas of lemon, lime and
bergamot, with stone fruit notes offering a bit of complexity on the mid-palate
and finishing with crisp passionfruit. Deliciously drinkable on its own, we
also suggest pairing our Sauvignon Blanc with fresh seafood, grilled spring
vegetables, and feta or Chevre cheeses.
Refreshing and fragrant, Torrontés’ oak-managed floral bouquet delights the senses with aromas of pineapple and fresh grapes, evolves on the palate with notes of jasmine and spice. Lingers with delicate tannins and finishes with a faint hint of oak.
Domaine Fournier Sauvignon is a dry, fresh white wine with a powerful aroma. It has a particular flavor originating from a mix of currant bushes in buds, grapes of table and passion fruits.Suggested dishes: It accompanies perfectly oysters, seafood, the pork-butcheries such as the “rillettes” or goat's milk cheese.
D'Asti DOCG Variety: 100%
Moscato Bianco Provenance: Giribaldi Vineyard. Calamandrana , Regione San Vito
(Asti). Soils: sand 40%, silt 42%, clay 18 Vinification and maturing: Only the healthy and
ripe bunches are pressed very gently to obtain a very richly aromatic must.
This must is stored in temperature-controlled steel tanks to prevent
fermentation. Shortly before bottling, the must is poured into autoclaves where
the partial fermentation of sugars takes place in order to obtain a pleasantly
characteristics: Straw yellow color with golden hues.
Characteristics bouquet with a marked musky aroma, reminiscent of ripe grapes.
Well-balanced, sweet but not cloying flavor, freshened by its slight sparkle. s
with: Dry pastries and fruit tarts, cream pastries, traditional
Italian cakes and desserts, from “panettone” to “zabaione”, fresh fruit,
ice-cream and fresh cheese. meats, meat dishes, roasts, stews, game and
Our lightly frizzante Sauv Blanc
Bubbles is a joyful glass of everything that is great about the Marlborough
region. Sunshine, sand and seafood define the classic New Zealand summertime.
This wine is summertime in a glass. Bursting with personality and aromas of
green apple and freshly cut melon, this effervescent beauty should be well
chilled prior to enjoyment.
of citrus, apple and acacia. quite rich, full of character, with a long finish.
Fume Blanc exhibits alluring notes of ripe Nectarine, Lemon zest and citrus
blossom, all underlined by complex toasted cashew aromas from the barrel
fermentation. The palate is vibrant in its’ youth, with juicy natural acidity,
flavours of Lemongrass and Ruby Grapefruit and just a hint of caramel on the
finish. These flavours will mellow over time and provide a wonderfully complex
drinking experience for years to come.
100% Roussanne. Subtle aromas of acacia, beeswax, quince, almonds, honey and white peach. Clean, smooth and refreshing. Swirls of orange blossom and vanilla introduce this richly textured Roussanne. Soft, honeyed flavors of tangerine and pear are broad and expansive on the palate, accented by hints of earth and sunny lemon acidity. Drink now through 2021.Great with exotic foods using interesting spices.
Wine obtained exclusively from the grapes of the typical autochthonous variety, carefully selected among the best grapes of the vines cultivated in the property located in one of the most historical areas of their designation. Of straw yellow colour, with greenish reflexes, it is characterised by elegant scents, pleasantly fruity and intense, with delicate citrus tones. It is a fresh and tasty wine, full-bodied, with a pleasant persistence of aftertaste.
Organoleptic characteristics: light
straw-yellow color. The fragrance is fruity, alluring and persistent. Good
structure, round, fresh, right acidity that gives an excellent dash of
with: perfect as aperitif and with fish-based dishes,
in particular crudité
Organoleptic Characteristics: Golden
Yellow with lightening reflexes. The nose is distinctive and marked: inviting
fruity essences of tropical fruits as mango, melon, grapefruit matches with
unusual spicy nuances. The taste is full, harmonious with a pleasant perception
of sapidity. Long aftertaste. Serve with: delicate appetizers, pasta with white
sauces and fish.
Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Syrah,
A rare blend of "Blancs de Noirs" (white juice from 70% black
grapes) bringing elegance, freshness and finesse. A fruity, red berry (currant)
Sauvignon Blanc. Clean. Crisp. Bright. A combination of gooseberry, melon,
tropical fruits and lime zest, along with an elegant seam of acidity, and a
refreshing effervescence. This crisp, vibrant wine elevates classic Marlborough
Sauvignon to celebratory levels. A perfect partner to the freshest of seafood,
particularly oysters. Equally delicious on it’s own, and imperative where there
is cause to raise one’s glass.
This Half-Bottle is crisp, elegant beauty is exuberantly aromatic, with notes of lemon curd,
honeysuckle, rose oil, kaffir lime, melon and pear. The palate is bright, with
characteristic acidity, viscosity on the mid-palate and a lovely lingering
With consistent high marks from Connoisseurs Guide to California Wine, The Wine Advocate and Wine Enthusiast, this may be as close to a sure thing as you will ever find. Vibrant fruit (peach, apricot, fig) coupled with richness and complexity; this is an alternative white that’s easy to love.
While everyone loved the Vice Versa, many of our customers urged us to try producing a dry, rather than off-dry, Semillon. After experimenting with various blends, our final cuvee is 83% Semillon and 17% Sauvignon Blanc. The resulting wine is voluptuous with a silky smooth mouthfeel and a very nice acid balance. The wine exhibits traditional Semillon notes of fig, but also expresses honeydew melon aromatics and flavors.
The nose is classic Albariño with with bright floral notes and a briny
quality that leaves you craving fresh seafood & shellfish
Viognier dominates the blend (50%) both in aromatics and depth on the palate. This is complimented by the texture and flavor components of Grenache Blanc (30%) and Roussanne (20%) that seems to be the glue tying it all together. The floral and sweet pitted fruit character on the nose is a result of the increased proportion of Viognier and Roussanne in the blend and carries forward through the palate and on to the finish. All the while, Grenache Blanc offers its characteristic rich mouthfeel adding the perfect back drop to the luscious fruit balanced by good acidity lending a sense of unity and balance. The balance and structure of the mid-palate continue on the finish with notes of white pitted fruit, pear and a touch of citrus for added complexity.
This is a classic white Châteauneuf blend with50% Grenache Blanc, 45% Roussanne and 5%Marsanne. It is vinified in stainless steel, settled,clarified and bottled young and crisp. The wine isthen bottle aged for 18 months before release.There are no oak barrels and no malolactic fermentation. The resulting wine is crisp and delicateand focused entirely on the character of the fruit.
The 2013 vintage (like the 2012 vintage) was fantastic in Bennett Valley. The growing season was long with moderate temperatures and very low disease pressure in the vineyard. As with other Frostwatch Chardonnays, this wine is a blend of two different clonal selections. Clone 4 contributes a full mouthfeel with loads of red apple fruit, while fruit from the Platt-Wente Block contributes vibrant citrus notes and a touch of minerality. This wine continues to improve with additional bottle aging and still has yet to reach its full potential. The wine pairs well with a variety of foods but is rich and complex enough to drink on its own. 92pts “Two Puffs” Connoisseurs’ Guide
Highest vineyard in Sta Rita Hills, Sauvignon Blanc from Vogelzang Vineyard highly sought after spot in Happy Canyon and Grenache Blanc from Tierra Alta Vineyard, a great Rhone focused vineyard in Ballard Canyon where many great Grenache Blanc originate.