Order in the next HOURS MINUTES for next day delivery on • FREE NEXT AND nominated day delivery when you spend £150 or more • FREE STANDARD DELIVERY when you spend £50 OR MORE
Order direct from store: we're offering a next-day Order & Collect service, as well as standard home delivery! Please contact yourlocal store Online: we're taking orders for nominated day and standard delivery to your home, or Click & Collect
Our symbols help you choose your perfect wines for any occasion.
White and Rose Wines
After a wine case that's a cut above the rest? We've taken the stress out of it and asked our award-winning buyers to hand-pick some favourites. This premium selection of 12 bottles is sure to meet the occasion.
+ More Details
- Less Details
LOOKING FOR A GIFT?
Send any product as a gift by adding a gift message at checkout.
Montagny is an appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise. It’s a real enclave of quality, specialising in Chardonnay. In fact, it’s the only grape that’s grown in the whole region – so Montagny-based Cave de Buxy really know their Chardonnay inside-out. Montagny’s limestone soils mean the wines are fresh, with a fuller body than other Chalonnaise wines. The fruit flavours are really pronounced – a factor amped up by the fact that it’s ‘Vielles Vignes’. It’s made using grapes from thirty-year-old vines. Because they’re old, they only yield small amounts of grapes – so all the flavour is exceptionally concentrated. Think ripe apple, citrus and white blossom. The ripeness is balanced by serious crispness, and it’s left unoaked so the fruit flavours can really shine through. Perfect with chicken.
Like another world-renowned brand we could mention, Villa Maria was founded in a garage. George Fistonich’s garage in an Auckland suburb, to be precise. He's now ‘Sir George’, and his backyard experiment is the most awarded winery in New Zealand. Of course, it’s mainly known for its benchmark Sauvignons – and the Cellar Selection is particularly special. Think gooseberry and passionfruit with the zing of grapefruit. The grapes are even harvested in the cool of the night to make sure as many aromas as possible are preserved. If you love Kiwi Sauvignon this is a no-brainer upgrade – it’s got all the flavour dials turned way up.The Cellar Selection wines were created expressly for food. Kiwis love Asian-inspired foods, so this Sauvignon is extra aromatic which works really well with spice.
Two Hands acts like a negociant – producers who buy grapes from specialist growers rather than growing their own. It’s really common in regions like Burgundy, but it’s quite rare in Australia. Founders Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz had an ambition to make the best possible Shiraz-based wines from the very best regions in Australia. So, acting as negociants allowed them to source the cream of the crop – and it’s paid off. Robert Parker even called them ‘the finest negociant south of the equator’. Australia has some of the oldest vines in the world. Tenacity shows how the lower yields from old vines intensify all the flavours. Rich. Ripe. Full of black fruit flavours. It’s got a lovely juicy, velvety texture, with hints of chocolate and spice. Delicious with a mature cheddar.
‘Second wines’ are a bit of an insider secret. Savvy claret lovers know that these wines use grapes from the younger vines of top châteaux – so they’re great quality, but a fraction of the price of the top bottles. This is one such ‘second wine’, using the younger vines of top Cru Bourgeois property Château Ramage la Batisse – Lafite’s neighbour. It’s an Haut-Médoc, so it’s predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon which gives it a great tannic structure. But unlike typical clarets which are aged in oak, this is aged exclusively in stainless steel and concrete vats. It keeps the fruit flavours really bright and fresh – so it's packed with briar fruit flavours and woody spice. Youthful. Approachable. Richly fruity. It’s perfect for drinking now – and is delicious with grilled lamb chops.
The Majestic money back guaranteeYour money back if your wine's not delicious - no quibble, no questions asked
If you receive an unsatisfactory bottle, we will always replace, refund, or recommend another wine we think you’ll love – and there is no need to return the bottle to us. If you do not enjoy a bottle you ordered, simply get in touch with your local Majestic Wine store, let them know you did not enjoy this wine and our highly knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to replace the wine with something else we think you’ll love or refund the full amount to you.
Our glass hire service includes wine glasses, flutes and hi-ball tumblers.*
All we ask for is a £1-per-glass deposit, payable in advance when adding glasses to your order. When the glasses are returned to us clean and ready for re-use, the deposit is fully refunded– all you pay for is breakages. And since you have paid a deposit, there's no time limit in which you have to return them. To request glasses when you order online, simply place your order online, then contact your local store, quoting your order number.
Majestic offers free chiller bin* loan for customers purchasing wine from us.
Our bins hold 18-24 bottles of wine or Champagne or 2-3 cases of lager when filled with ice and water. Drinks will be chilled in 30-45 minutes and will be kept cold for several hours, especially if kept in the shade. We can also sell the ice to go in a chiller bin, or have it arrive separately - simply contact your local store after placing your order.
*Subject to store availability
WRITE YOUR OWN REVIEW
You are our most important critics and your ratings help your fellow wine lovers too. We'll always pop your name next to your post to show that it's genuine.