1. Les Anges Sauvignon, France (vg)
175ml £6.70 / 250ml £9.50 / Bottle £26.00
Fresh, dry, well balanced French Sauvignon made in a lightly lighter style than new world versions.
2. Les Anges Chardonnay, France (vg)
175ml £6.80 / 250ml £9.70 / Bottle £26.50
A lovely dry unoaked French Chardonnay with hints of green apples and a zingy fresh finish.
3. Simonsig Chenin, Stellenbosch, South Africa (vg)
175ml £7.70 / 250ml £10.90 / Bottle £30.00
Dry in style, this is an aromatic, full and crisp wine from this prestigious estate.
4. Il Caggio Pinot Grigio, DOC Venezie, Italy (vg)
175ml £6.90 / 250ml £9.80 / Bottle £27.00
From near Venice, off-dry, light and very refreshing
5. Vina Hermosa Blanco, Bodegas Santalba, Rioja, Spain
White Rioja is very trendy as of late and this dry example is exquisite and long on the finish.
6. Domaine Morin Langaran Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc, France (vg)
A popular dry wine made from vineyards on the banks of Lake Thau in Southern France.
7. Torrent Bay Sauvignon, Nelson, New Zealand
Dry with hints of gooseberry and green apples, great crispness and bite from this quality producer.
8. Morgassi Superiore Gavi di Gavi, Piemonte, Italy (vg)
One of Italy’s best whites made from Cortese grapes. Not to be confused with the lesser wine known as “Gavi”.
9. Domaine de Mauperthuis Chablis, Burgundy, France
This is the traditional drier style of Chablis, a unique expression of Chardonnay from this northerly climate and chalky-clay soil.
10. Domaine Legros Sancerre, Loire, France (vg)
Jean Louis Legros hand picks his grapes his grapes from 30 years old vines producing small quantities of intense fruit. The wine has rich Sauvignon bouquet and crisp fullness on the palate.