So cool, so crisp are you ready to taste these fantastic wines.
2 x Pinot Grigio, Vino Pomona. Italy. £9.95
Pomona was the Roman goddess of fruitful abundance, typically illustrated carrying a cornucopia, and associated with the flourishing of fruit tress & orchards.
The name Pomona comes from the Latin word pomum, meaning fruit.
Pale lemon in appearance, aromas of pear with delicate apple and zingy citrus fruit on the palate, ending in a crisp, refreshing finish.
2 x Chardonnay Organic, Finca Fabian. Spain. £9.95
A delightful, un-oaked, summery, light wine from the heart of Spain.
Harvested at night to ensure better sugar levels, acid and ‘aromatics’ – the scents that linger after the grapes go into the bottle. It has a ripe bouquet of pineapple and is full-flavoured and crisp like a Granny Smith with a tropical fruit finish.
1 x Sauvignon Blanc, Otra Tierra. Chile. £10.50
A fresh and crisp Chilean white with citrus lemon and lime on the palate.
A classic example of why Sauvignon Blanc is so popular. Crisp and aromatic with lots of citrus and grassy flavors, Sauvignon Blanc is freakishly food-friendly, excelling beside seafood, chicken, and moderately spicy dishes.
1 x Sauvignon Blanc, Taumata. New Zealand. £11.95
Coming from Hawkes Bay the wine is a rounder, more floral New Zealand Sauvignon with ripe, tropical fruit flavors