This is a blend made from the unusual grape variety, Gros Manseng which provides the richness of flavour and texture and Sauvignon Blanc which brings acidity and balance to the wine. Lovely exotic citrus aromas of lemons, apples and peaches, which follow onto the palate with grapefruit flavours and honey notes. Try this with grilled seabass or perfect as an aperitif.
English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition 2014 – Silver, International Wine Challenge 2014 – Bronze and International Wine & Spirit Competition 2014 – Silver Judges comments IWC: “Appley lemony characters on the palate with a lovely balancing zing” Albourne Estate website.
English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition 2014, International Wine Challenge 2014 and International Wine and Spirit Competition 2014 Judges Comments IWC: “Vibrant blossom notes with rich, stone fruit and gooseberry aromas. Balanced grassy freshness with richer creamy notes” - Albourne Estate website.
Bright, pale lemon in colour with a fresh, aromatic nose with perfumes of almond blossom and a touch of acacia. On the palate, the 2010 is lively and crisp, with a delicate honey and almond character. Clean, zesty finish with a twist of lime.
Clean and lively, with a fresh, lightly perfumed almond blossom character on the nose which gives way to a ripe but fresh, apple and pear flavours on the soft palate. Vivacious citrus notes give the wine a crisp finish.
Green apples and some Maracuja with some fine-spicy, mineral spice. Fresh, fruity, juicy with good balance and spicy on the palate. Lively on the palate and makes you want another glass. A good all round meal companion.
If you are looking for light, crisp and refreshing wine then stop…you have found it. This delicious, mouthwatering blend of two of Italy’s finest varieties is delicate, citrusy and dry with a tangy finish.
Domaine Bergon represents what top, value-for-money, southern French winemaking is all about. Situated deep in the very heart of the Vin de Pays d’Oc, here Jerome Vic is at the helm steering a passionate, hands-on approach to his winemaking craft. Pesticides and unnecessary fining chemicals are kept to an absolute minimum to ensure the consistent production of wines that are second to none for sheer taste, quality and value.
Nose billows with honeysuckle and rose petal. After all the sweet aromas the crisp, bone dry mouth comes as a pleasant surprise. Good feel, beautifully balanced elegant and fine. Attractive citrus-rind, crisp, lively finish.From South Africa's Champion Bon Courage Estate - owned by the Bruwer family since 1927.
This 2012 vintage is a sculptured wine. It is “bouncy” and dances on the tongue with delicious reward from its luscious fruit expression. There is a distinct mineral quality which is symptomatic of the dry land conditions under which the grapes are produced.