1. Chablis, 1er Cru, Montmains
This superb Chablis is full-flavoured with lots of buttery fruit and the typical characteristics which is the hallmark of the area.
2. Pouilly-Fuissé, Vieilles Vignes Domaine Gonon 2011
A bright, pale golden colour with a complex nose of citrus, white flowers and hints of vanilla. Rich and full on the palate with melon, tropical fruits and a streak of minerality.
3. Sancerre, Domaine Daulny, Etienne Daulny
A wine that will always be in fashion, made from the Sauvignon grape. It is both dry and zestful with the distinctive aroma of gooseberries.
4. Pinot Gris, Dopff & Irion
A subtle wine with a very appealing fragrance, offering an excellent balance between strength, gentleness, acidity and fruit. Highly recommended.
5. Muga, Barrel fermented, Bodegas Muga
This handmade wine has great character and complexity of flavour that is made to be enjoyed by lovers of real 'Rioja' wines.
6. Riesling, Ribbonwood
New Zealand, Marlborough
A gently off-dry Riesling that delivers fresh and juicy mandarin and peach flavours with a long mouth watering mineral finish.
7. La Giustiniana Gavi di Gavi
Outstanding Gavi di Gavi of remarkable character and originality. Concentrated minerality with soft fruit and delightfully balanced acidity.
8. Conviviale Pinot Grigio
A crisp and lively dry white, lightly aromatic with characters of peach, baked apple and lemon on the nose. Medium bodied with fresh citrus acidity and underlying orchard fruit notes. Long on the finish.
9. Winzer Krems Grüner Veltliner
Light straw colour and intense aromas of apple, lemon, whitecurrant and subtle honeysuckle hints. Fresh and Lively, almost spritzy on the tongue with stone fruit flavours, pear and lemon zest
10. Bacchus, Carr Taylor
It has a wonderfully aromatic, gooseberry and lime nose and a fresh palate with hints of kiwi and crisp green apple. It is a great partner to seafood and asparagus.