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  1. Pinot Grigio Antica Colleone

    Pinot Grigio has become incredibly popular over the last few years and rightly so as it's great as an aperitif or with food. This is a great example with a fine and delicate bouquet of apples and pears, good acidity and suitable sapidity to the palate. It's a fresh and easy-drinking wine that goes well with white meats, fish, light and fresh cheeses.

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    £8.50
  2. Verdeca Puglia IGT, Rocca Estate
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    100% of 100
    Verdeca is a relatively rare grape variety found mostly in Puglia and historically used in the production of Vermouth. However Angelo Rocca has seen fit to make this 100% Verdeca which showcases the rich, exotic fruits and citrus aromas and full-flavoured, fruity palate with a subtle hint of tropical fruits. Learn More
    £8.99
  3. Falanghina Beneventano, Bellamico (Pinot Grigio Style)
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    80% of 100
    A white wine with a delicate nose, with hints of broom, whilst it is full-bodied, fresh and pleasant on the palate. It has good acidity and fine, delicate, fruity notes. It has a broad and pleasantly bitter aftertaste that recalls the pomegranate. It can be drunk with grilled or fried fish, with pasta dishes with seafood or vegetable and tomato sauces, it happily accompanies the most traditional recipes from the Campania region. Learn More
  4. Caprice de Colombelle, Cotes de Gascogne, Plaimont
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    100% of 100

    A blend of French Colombard with another native variety, Gros Manseng. Colombelle has a lovely lemon-lime bouquet and apple, with peach and melon flavours. Its zesty aromas send a wake-up call to the senses! Colombelle is ideal as an aperitif as well as with first courses. It is a perfect white wine for casual sipping during holiday parties. Colombelle is great value that merits buying by the case.

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  5. Domaine Gaujal de Saint Bon, Picpoul de Pinet
    In close reach to the Mediterranean sea, Domaine Gaujal de Saint Bon is a small operation run with extreme care by the mother-daughter team of Simone and Virginie Gaujal. They are proud upholders of the Picpoul tradition (the name derived from the French 'Picque', meaning sharp, and 'poul', meaning lip, translating as 'lip stinger'), and strive to make the truest and most expressive variety in the Languedoc region. The young vines at Domaine Gaujal along with the Mediterranean climate of this appellation gives its wines plenty of acidity. It has a enticing bouquet of sea air, white flowers with pleasing notes of gunflint. The palate is complex and intense with subtle tropical fruit hints and good length. A step above your average Picpoul with a softer edge than most others. As with most crisp whites this wine is ideal served with crustaceans and fish. Learn More
    £12.95
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