What do you look for in a summer time white wine?
Lovely crisp acidity? Check ✓
Refreshing citrus fruit? Check ✓
A good dash of palate tingling minerality? Yep, we got you covered. Three classics of their kind here.
L’Ecu’s Classic Muscadet is just that, fine and racy, with grapefruit and a stony finish.
Zatate’s Albarino is precise, mineral and taut, drawing on the salty character of the Atlantic coast to give the wines a remarkable freshness - it’s like the wine equivalent of a sea breeze.
Stephanie Toole’s Mt Horrocks vineyard in Clare Valley produces some of Australia’s best Rieslings, and this is wonderfully pure, with lemon and lime freshness, and amazing length.