Coastal White Wine Case (6 Bottles)

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Coastal White Wine Case 

6 White Wines from our diverse range inspired by the coast from around the world.  The coastal factor in winemaking terms often brings a cooling influence to vines which allows for slower ripening and the potential to retain higher acidity to keep your pallet tingling!

Chateau Deville Blanc, Entre Deux Mers (Bordeaux, France) 

A stone's throw from the Mediterranean, and certified organic.  This is mostly Carignan, with a little Grenache and Syrah for good measure. Black cherry, thyme and wood-spice on the nose give way to soft fruit on the palate, with warming garrigues flavours.

Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc (Walker Bay, South Africa) 

Named after the rare Southern Right whales which frequent the cool South Atlantic Walker Bay, just three kilometres from the vineyards.This wine exhibits the typical Southern Right balance of tight "Old World" minerality and length with hints of "New World” texture and body.

Allan Scott, Estate Pinot Gris (Marlborough, New Zealand) 

This Pinot Gris had a short spell of skin contact to enhance colour and flavour. With aromas of melon, citrus and stone fruit, this wine is highly drinkable and versatile.

Known as the "Chablis of the South", the wines of Picpoul de Pinet are crisp, bright and refreshing. Coastal breezes from the Mediterranean temper the summer heat. Floral and tropical fruit like melon and zingy citrus lead the way here.

From two different vineyards in Maldonado, on the east coast of Uruguay. Both in close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean.  Light clear golden colour. Delicate mineral nose and granny smith apples.

Vila Nova Vinho Verde (Vinho Verde, Portugal) 

Hailing for the Atlantic coast of Northern Portugal this is perfect for summertime sipping or with fish.  Floral, citrus and gentle tropical aromas lead on to a palate with sherbet lemon acidity, a touch of mango and a bright mineral finish.

The Liberator Episode 36 This Is The Sea Albarino (W.O Coastal Region, South Africa) 

This parcel was planted as an experimental block by one of the Cape’s major producers.  Unfortunately (or fortunately for Liberator followers) the domestic market is still getting to grips with Albarino.  It was considered by the company marketeers to be too tough a sell…