From light, fresh and packed full of acid to luscious, rich and creamy, these wines (made from green rather than white grapes) offer a range of flavours and textures. We list Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris/Blanc as individual varieties.
Under 'Crisp' you will find high acid varieties like Chenin Blanc, Gruner Veltliner, Italian Whites, dry Rieslings and other fresh, vibrant and usually lighter wines, it also includes bone-dry sherry and similar styles.
In our 'Rich' category, you will find more voluptuous styles of dry white: Viognier (and her friends Marsanne and Roussanne), Gewurztraminer, barrel-aged white wines and full-bodied creamy white blends.
When we describe a wine as 'Sweeter', we mean exactly that. It has noticeable residual sweetness but is emphatically not a dessert wine. Riesling is king here, but we also offer other varieties especially softer, more aromatic ones such as Muscat.