The New Zealand trademarks of fresh and snappy peach and tropical fruits are finished with a wonderfully generous texture and a biscuity edge. Rich, with plentiful amounts of pure, tropical fruit.
The classically citrus-led nose also offers notes of marzipan and acacia flowers. Initially straightforward and nicely rounded on the palate, with an almondy complexity on the finish.
You'll find some of the world's finest white wines in the village of Chassagne-Montrachet.
The Freestyle Blanc is an organic rule-breaking blend from acclaimed Domaine Gayda.
One half of the Abbotts & Delaunay powerhouse, Laurent Delaunay, has returned to Burgundy to make modern-day wines and resurrect his family estate.
The nose offers good ripeness, with citrus aromas turning to a softer, more apple and stone fruit character. Weighty and creamy on the palate.
Founded in 1997, Bird in Hand has quietly become one of Australia's most acclaimed wineries
If you want something that tastes like Condrieu without the hefty price tag, taste this.
A medley of ripe apple and zesty lemon fruit characters creates great depth, with some body coming from careful use of oak. Slight mineral in the form of slate is detectable on the palate.