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airen, castillo del moro (spain)

a lovely light fragrant wine, excellent as both a partner to lighter dishes
and summer  salads as well as great glass of wine to enjoy on its own

pinot grigio, bella modella (italy)

beautifully, light and vibrant with a refreshing zesty, citrus character

sauvignon blanc, the gourmet (australia)

deliciously fresh with hints of green pepper and a herby finish. lean,
grassy and zippy

gavi ‘la luciana’, piemonte (italy)

gorgeous and refined with notes of perfumed green apples, grapefruit
and sweet spices

rootstock, cotes de gascogne (france)

bright and fresh this crisp white shows notes of citrus fruit and herbal
undertones. a delicious wine, unearthed from a seriously underrated region

sauvignon blanc makutu, marlborough (new zealand)

makutu is the maori word for magic, which is the only way to describe
the intense layers of citrus, herb & tropical fruit

chablis, laroche (france)

domaine laroche epitomises chablis, the quality of their wine is impeccable,
with this carrying the hallmark of crystalline purity and steely minerality

sancerre, silex (france)

such dazzling purity and finesse in this wine silex is lively  and expressive
with pronounced minerality and a long, long finish


vin extroadinaire, pierre et papa (france)

this refreshing medium colombard blend is a great aperitif or partner
with a chicken dish

verdejo, el tesoro (spain)

a grape to watch, spain’s answer to sauvignon blanc, fresh & aromatic
with passion fruit, guava with a tangy citrus finish

riesling, y series (australia)

aromas of lime juice and lemon peel, with  delicate orange blossom
overtones. lively and refreshing with generous grapefruit flavours,
and a hint of fleshy ripe tropical fruits

albariño, castel de bouza (spain)

lemony and crisp in style, this indigenous grape of the region
of galicia has a personality much of its own. brilliant seafood
or shellfish partner


chenin blanc, andersbrook (south africa)

intense zippy, floral, citrus aromas with succulent tropical fruit flavours

unoaked chardonnay, the listening station
(western australia) £6.00/£8.00/£23.50

grapefruit, lime & hints of spice on the nose, white peach & zesty lemon
lead to a long tasty finish

albariño chardonnay, raimat abadia (spain)

aromas of tropical fruits, orange and apricot blossom. the chardonnay
gives a richer, creamy apricot and tropical fruits while the albarino gives
freshness and a citrus finish

pouilly fuissé “trois terroirs”, michel cheveau (france)

ultra boutique white burgundy, sheer elegance and class.  honeyed,
yet zesty and fresh, revealing mineral characters on the finish,
all cradled in superbly balanced french oak

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