Tournee du Sud Combard Sauvignon is a zippy, zesty blend of Colombard and Sauvignon Blanc, which shows vibrant notes of grapefruit and orange peel. Fresh, lively and aromatic, this is an approachable style with a long persistent flavour.
Les Boules Blanc Vin de France is a fresh, yet subtly exotic southern French blend of Vermentino (Rolle) grapes with Sauvignon Blanc. It shows ripe citrus character with mouth-watering floral overtones. On the palate, there is enough body to pair well with grilled fish.
Chevanceau Blanc is a fresh, unoaked white blend from the south of France. Vermentino, Sauvignon Blanc, Marsanne and Viognier grapes give the wine floral, aromatic character, with ripe citrus notes on the palate.
Le Campuget Grenache Viognier is a fresh, subtle blend of Grenache Blanc and Viognier from the Costieres de Nimes area of France's southern Rhone. Is shows citrus, floral aromas, with elegant, fresh flavours - a great summer accompaniment to salads and fish dishes.
Heraldique Cuvée Prestige Blanc is a rich, exotic southern French blend of the Rhone Varieties Marsanne and Viognier, with Vermentino (Rolle). It shows intensely perfumes aromas, with spicy, exotic flavours and an attractive hint of anise on the finish.
Tournee du Sud Grenache Sauvignon Blanc is a stunning wine - the structure and richness of the Grenache is balanced by the minerality of the Sauvignon. Grenache Blanc is an unusual grape not often found outside the Languedoc, creating a melange of fragility and power, a wonderfully complex glass of wine.
Domaine de Campanes Sauvignon Blanc Cuvee le Pin is a fresh, grassy, mineral white wine from the Comté Tolosan vineyards, near Toulouse in South West France. The cool maritime climate makes this area better suited for growing Sauvignon Blanc than the Mediterranean Languedoc, so this wine is more reminiscent of the refreshing Sauvignons of the Loire Valley.
Domaine des Pourthie Chardonnay is a deliciously fresh white wine from the Languedoc coast near Agde. What we love about this wine is that it combines rich buttery aromas with hints of the fresh herbs that you find growing wild in the Languedoc - a real terroir wine, bursting with ripe freshness!
Gerard Bertrand 6eme Sens Blanc is pale yellow with green tints. The nose is complex, both floral (laurel, acacia or box wood) and fruity (exotic and citrus fruits). Very aromatic mouth with a nice acidity level. Grades of fresh fruits and a smooth finish. Very enjoyable and easy-drinking wine due to its aromatic freshness.
Tournee du Sud Picpoul de Pinet is an outstanding value southern French white, from this fashionable appellation. It is crisp and steely, with ripe lemon and mineral flavours, and a fine acidity that belies its mediterranean origins.
Chateau de Juge Cadillac is located directly across the Garonne from Sauternes and is blessed with the same climatic and soil conditions that lend themselves to the production of those legendary dessert wines. This wine is very similar in style to neighboring Sauternes, with the same honeyed flavours of grapefruit, melon, pineapple and tangerine.
Château de Chasseloir Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie is aged on its lees until the spring following the vintage, giving a rich yet delicate wine, with citrus, steely flavours and complex hints of biscuit. Perfect with oysters! The wines from this 15th century château regularly score up to 95 points with the Wine Spectator.