White Wines

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  • Alasia Gavi

    £101.65 inc. Vat

    Appealing aromas of citrus fruit and white flower with a touch of white spice. The palate has more citrus characters with hints of orchard and stone fruits. Crisp, refreshing acidity balances underlying minerality. A good partner for summer salads, fish dishes and white meats.

    13.0% ABV, Serve at 8-12C

    6 x 750ml bottles

  • Campo Dei Tovi Soave Classico

    £98.94 inc. Vat
  • Calasole Vermentino

    Calasole Vermentino di Toscana

    £18.25£109.50

    750ml Bottles

    Vermentino is a white-wine grape grown in various locations around the western Mediterranean: northwestern Italy, southern France and the neighboring islands of Corsica and Sardinia. Vermentino wines, are famous for their refreshing acidity and attractive aromas of peach, lemon peel, dried herbs and a whiff of saline minerality.

    On the nose: Its bouquet is surprisingly intense white flowers, fresh notes of rennet apple, peach, apricots and aromatic herbs with hint of wet stone minerality. 

    On the palate: Fresh citrus characteristics, with mineral and almond notes, complimented by white peach, apple and a hint of yeastiness.  A fresh balance of acidity without being overly strong.

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs best with fried marinated sardines, thin-sliced squid with lime, deep-fried shellfish turnovers. Spaghetti vongole

    Serve at 8 – 10°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Vermentino
    PRODUCTION AREA – Tuscany
    ALCOHOL – 12.5%

  • Cuprese Verdicchio

    Colonnara Cuprese Verdicchio Castelli di Jesi

    £13.80£82.80

    750ml Bottles

    Verdicchio is a white wine grape variety that has been cultivated for hundreds of years in the Marche region of central Italy. It is a versatile variety, used both for light, easy-drinking table wines, and for more complex, ageworthy examples. It is commonly lauded by critics as being one of Italy’s best white wine grape varieties. The grapes are harvested by hand, vinification takes place in stainless steel at a controlled temperature, bottled during the spring subsequent to the harvest. Refinement and aged in bottles for several years for certain vintages. Brilliant straw-yellow colour with hints of green when young, tending towards golden with age.

    On the nose: Initially, intensely fruity, lemon, green apple with a floral background, finally complex with notes of flint stone

    On the palate: Good structure and balance with initial notes of freshness, lemon and grapefruit and final notes of pleasantly bitter sapidity (pleasant flavour from mineral salts), almond to finish

    Recommended combination with food: Seafood starters with a sauce; boiled fish or shellfish or fish cooked in a sauce, or roasted; pasta or rice with a white fish sauce or shellfish sauce; raw pork, salted meat of any kind; mixed fried meat and vegetables; medium matured cheeses.

    Serve at 8 – 10°C

    VINTAGE: 2017
    GRAPE VARIETY – Verdicchio
    PRODUCTION AREA – Le Marche
    ALCOHOL – 13.5%

  • Soave Classico

    Domini Veneti – Soave DOC Classico

    £14.00£84.00

    750ml Bottles

    The famous name of Soave is believed to have come from a race of Suave, who attempted to conquer this part of Italy in Medieval times.  The wine however is a classic example of the the famous name.  Dry and full of white fruit aromas starting from white peach to apricots and citrus.  You will indulge in the finish with the typical bitter almond notes.

    Recommended combination with food: appetisers, pasta, grilled vegetables, fish

    Serve at 8 – 10°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – Garganega, Trebbiano, Chardonnay
    PRODUCTION AREA – Negrar, Verona Italy
    ALCOHOL – 12.5%

     

     

     

  • Falanghina I.G.T

    £13.09£78.54

    750ml Bottles

    Falanghina, a grape reportedly of Greek origins, and known as one of the favourite wines of the Roman nobility, has since the turn of the century become increasingly fashionable.  Thriving in a porous volcanic soil, the grapes develop gorgeous citrus-blossom aromas with classic apple and pear flavours. The flavours are quite intense with a persistent rich nose and hints of lime, grapefruit and kiwi.

    Recommended combination with food: seafood, especially scallops, prawns, spaghetti vongole (with clams), Caesar salads

    Serve at 8-10°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – Falanghina
    PRODUCTION AREA – Benevento Italy
    ALCOHOL – 12.5%

     

     

     

     

     

  • Grillo Mandranova

    Grillo D.O.C. Vigna Di Mandranova

    £19.15£114.90

    750ml Bottles

    The Mandranova Estate produces wines of extraordinary freshness and balance, captivating one of the most famous vine interpretations of Sicilian oenology. A wine of great verve and aromaticity, coming from one of the most renowned island vineyards that are beautifully adapted to the climate of the Contrada Mandranova. Powerful on the nose with its fresh notes of grapefruit, papaya, mango, passion fruit yet well-balanced with delicate white peach and elderflower hints.

    Recommended combination with food: An exceptional match with artichoke risotto with mullet fillets or swordfish rolls.

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2017
    GRAPE VARIETY – Grillo
    PRODUCTION AREA – Mandrova Sicily
    ALCOHOL – 13%

  • La Merlina Gavi

    La Merlina Gavi di Gavi D.O.C.

    £15.65£93.90

    750ml Bottles

    Gavi, produced in the foothills of the Liguria Apennines just south of the town of Novi Ligure, is Piedmont’s leading white wine. This label, an emblematic example from Fausto Gemme, who has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, is a guarantee of quality and devotion.

    On the nose: Its bouquet reveals crisp lime, almond and light herbal or grassy aromas

    On the palate: Apple, peach and honeydew flavors, with sharp, crisp acidity

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs very well with grilled prawns, pasta with basil and pine nuts, seafood laksa

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Cortese
    PRODUCTION AREA – Piemonte
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Le Grade Fiano Di Avellino D.O.C.G.

    £18.95£113.70

    750ml Bottles

    Falanghina, a grape reportedly of Greek origins, and known as one of the favourite wines of the Roman nobility, has since the turn of the century become increasingly fashionable.  Thriving in a porous volcanic soil, the grapes develop gorgeous citrus-blossom aromas with classic apple and pear flavours. The flavours are quite intense with a persistent rich nose and hints of lime, grapefruit and kiwi.

    Recommended combination with food: seafood, especially scallops, prawns, spaghetti vongole (with clams), Caesar salads

    Serve at 8-10°C

    GRAPE VARIETY – Falanghina
    PRODUCTION AREA – Benevento Italy
    ALCOHOL – 12.5%

     

     

     

     

     

  • Malvasia Bianca

    Malvasia Bianca Sammarco

    £11.50£69.00

    750ml Bottles

    Although “Malvasia” is the name of the family of various Malvasia grapes, when used on its own it usually refers to Malvasia Bianca, one of the varietals that stands apart from the rest. The scarcity of rainfall and the soils of calcareous and clayey composition give wines with remarkable body and alcohol content, with intense and surprising bouquets. The dazzling light of long summers, the scents of the sea and the essences of spontaneous flora, carried by the breezes that blow from the coast towards the interior contribute to the formation of their peculiar olfactory character

    On the nose: Complex characterised by the fusion of aromatic notes of citrus, pineapple, banana and vanilla. Subtle memories of white-fleshed fruit and aromatic herbs

    On the palate: Sweet notes of hazelnut. The taste is clear freshness. Light flavour with hints of fruit and fresh hazelnut and butter combine with a remarkable freshness in the mouth. Soft and pleasant, it closes the tasting with a balanced alcoholic note.

    Recommended combination with food: Sea bass carpaccio, sashimi, scallops on saffron cream. Traditionally: stewed Taranto mussels, pasta and dried tomatoes.

    Serve at 18°C

    VINTAGE: 2018
    GRAPE VARIETY – Malvasia Bianca
    PRODUCTION AREA – Puglia
    ALCOHOL – 13.0%

  • Nuovo Quadro Gavi del Comune di Gavi 2019

    £14.55£87.30

    750ml Bottles

    This wine comes from Nuovo Quadro, a single vineyard site with chalky mineral soils, at the foot of the Battistina hill. Winemaking takes place at Araldica’s La Battistina winery who took over this vineyard in 2002.  It has transformed it into one of the preeminent Gavi producers of the region. The Cortese grapes are typically hand-harvested in mid-September, and the freshly picked grapes are gently crushed before undergoing temperature controlled fermentation in small volume stainless steel tanks. The wine remains in contact with the lees for up to 6 months before being fined, filtered and bottled, giving the wine a rich full flavour, with an enticing nose of white peach and pear with hints of fresh lime and gooseberry. The refreshing and zesty citrus notes and ripe peachy characters are balanced by crisp acidity and pronounced minerality.

    Serve chilled as an aperitif or with seafood and fish dishes.

    Serve at 10-12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Cortese
    PRODUCTION AREA – Lombardia
    ALCOHOL – 12%

  • Orsetto Oro Passerina

    Orsetto Oro Passerina

    £16.30£97.80

    750ml Bottles

    Passerina is an ancient and traditional grape variety use in the making of white wines in the March region.  There are also plantings in Emilia-Romagna and Lazio.  The variety differs significantly from region to region in its wines but all with the familiar citrus fruit character.

    The word “Passerina” comes from “passero” the Italian for sparrow.  They have a voracious appetite for ripe passerina grapes. In Italian, adding ‘ina’ at the end of a word implies a diminutive, and so indicates the relatively small size of the Passerina grape.

    The berries skin is quite thick and ripens to a deep golden colour. They ripen with high levels of sugar and high acidity. Hand harvested in early/mid September, they undergo cold temperature controlled maceration. The must is then aged in stainless for several months, before bottling.

    On the nose: Its bouquet is intensely floral with notes of acacia and citrus lemon zest and grapefruit

    On the palate: Fresh citrus characteristics, ripe stone fruits, zesty acidity with a clean mineral aftertaste..

    Recommended combination with food: It pairs best with roasted fish with lemon and anchovy, Linguine alla vongole (pasta with clams), Butterflied chicken with lentils

    Serve at 10 – 12°C

    VINTAGE: 2019
    GRAPE VARIETY – Passerina
    PRODUCTION AREA – Abruzzo
    ALCOHOL – 13%