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  1. Tzora Judean Hills White Israel 2017

    Tzora Judean Hills White Israel 2017

    Tzora (pronounced ser-ah) is a project of MW Eran Pick. Based in the Judean Hills, where wine has been made for 5,000 years, the vineyards are just 40km from the cooling Mediterranean Sea, planted at 600m elevation. The grapes are 75% Chardonnay, 25% Sauvignon Blanc: the richness of Chardonnay is evident, with stone fruit, cream, lees, and spice aromas, while the Sauvignon Blanc adds herbaceous grass aromas and acidity. Learn More
  2. Sylvain Bailly Quincy 2017

    Sylvain Bailly Quincy 2017

    Quincy is west of Sancerre and makes similar wines from Sauvignon Blanc at very affordable prices. This is made by a longstanding Sancerre family from limestone, clay, and gravels soils for a wine that couldn’t be mistaken for anything other than Sauvignon Blanc with its pungent green, grassy, asparagus aromas and lively, high acidity. An extremely refreshing, go-to wine. Learn More
  3. Chateau Villefranche Sauternes 2015

    Chateau Villefranche Sauternes 2015

    90% Sémillon, 5% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Muscadet. From a producer located in Barsac comes this deliciously tasty Sauternes. It’s everything you’d expect, with upfront, vibrant aromas of honeysuckle, jasmine, apricot jam, orange peel, marmalade, and quince, followed by a rich, mouthcoating, viscous palate. Scrumptious. Learn More
  4. Didier Dagueneau "Pur Sang" Pouilly-Fume 2015

    Didier Dagueneau "Pur Sang" Pouilly-Fume 2015

    $110.00 (NET)
    This wine was first made in 1988, when Dagueneau pioneered experimentation with single-parcel wines in Pouilly-Fumé. The vineyard is St-Laurent, in the northern part of the appellation. It’s richer in clay, which helps give the wine a fuller, creamier, distinctive style os Sauvignon Blanc. The name “Pur Sang” means thoroughbred, and refers to the shire horse used to plow the vineyards. Learn More
  5. Didier Dagueneau "Silex" Pouilly-Fume 2015

    Didier Dagueneau "Silex" Pouilly-Fume 2015

    $130.00 (NET)
    Benjamin Dagueneau's most minerally, intense, long-lived wine. Biodynamic farmed vineyard grown on Silex (FLINT) Soil. Barrel fermented and aged in French oak, 20% new. (Dagueneau's famous cigar barrels). This wine is always taut and "nervy" when young. Learn More
  6. Didier Dagueneau Blanc Fume de Pouilly 2015

    Didier Dagueneau Blanc Fume de Pouilly 2015

    $80.00 (NET)
    From a selection of parcels across the appellation, the aim is to create a wine that is as direct and pure an expression of Pouilly-Fumé as possible, with the intense, concentrated, perfumed, gunflint aromas characteristic of the appellation. As with all Dagueneau wines, there is no malolactic fermentation – which is perhaps why the wines can seem austere when young – but there is extended lees contact to give the wine more body, weight, and texture. Learn More
  7. Domaine de l'Hortus Bergerie Blanc 2016

    Domaine de l'Hortus Bergerie Blanc 2016

    Unusual but very appealing Languedoc blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Viognier, high elevation plantings keeping the acidity fresh and crisp. Aromatic and fruity on the nose with aromas of grapes, pear, peach, apricot, and melon, as well as floral, herbal aromas of honeysuckle and lemongrass. The palate has a rich creamy middle, giving weight to the refreshing acidity. Learn More
  8. Domaine de Reuilly "Les Pierres Plates" Reuilly 2017

    Domaine de Reuilly "Les Pierres Plates" Reuilly 2017

    Reuilly lies south of Sancerre, producing wines of a similar style and quality - although they’re arguably purer expressions of Sauvignon Blanc. This is classic Loire Sauvignon: pungent aromas of grass, capsicum, hay, elderflower, crisp green apples, and gooseberries, with high, very refreshing acidity. Smells like and should be drunk on a summer’s day. Very tasty. Learn More
  9. Mount Riley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017

    Mount Riley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017

    A blend from multiple vineyard sites from Awatere Valley (the coolest, driest, and most distinctive of Marlborough’s three sub-regions) and Wairau Valley (more sea influence with pure fruit intensity in the wines), resulting in everything you’d expect from Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc: pungent and full with aromas of grass, asparagus, green bell pepper, gooseberry, elderflower, and tomato leaf, with refreshingly high acidity on the dry palate. Learn More
  10. Philippe Raimbault Sancerre "Apud Sariacum" 2017

    Philippe Raimbault Sancerre "Apud Sariacum" 2017

    9th-generation winery sourcing grapes from hillside parcels rising above Sancerre. This is everything you’d expect from Sancerre and then some more. A subtly pungent nose of lemon zest, green apples, gooseberry, elderflower, grass, hawthorn, and capsicum leads into a fresh, crisp palate with a mineral flinty texture, the acidity balanced by a rich mouthfeel, all rounded off by a long spicy finish. Learn More