Quintessential Whites - 2007
Do you prefer a Chardonnay from California or a Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand? Italian Pinot Grigio or German Riesling? Find out with this six-bottle collection showcasing the quintessential white varieties from the top wine producing regions of the world. Lush, bright, crisp, spicy, creamy – these are just some of the multitude of styles you'll experience with the wines in this collection.
- California: Iron Horse Estate Chardonnay
This Chardonnay beautifully expresses the bright, clean flavors of the Green Valley appellation, and its refreshing vivacity makes it an especially great food wine.
- Bordeaux: Chateau Bertinerie 2005 Premieres Cotes de Blaye
This refreshing, aromatic white exhibits good length and complexity. On the palate, it is fruity with hints of white flowers and tropical fruit.
- Rhone: Jean-Luc Colombo La Violette Viognier
The nose of this Viognier offers intense aromas of acacia, yellow peaches and exotic fruits. It is elegant and harmonious, and its freshness allows a full expression of its fruit.
- Germany: Baron K Kabinett Riesling
A full bodied, fruity wine with both minerality and sweetness, and a well balanced acidity with a lengthy finish.
- New Zealand: Babich Sauvignon Blanc
A powerful Sauvignon Blanc. On the palate, nettles and fresh herbs burst into existence and linger on, joined at the end by lime/citrus and mineral notes.
- Italy: Alois Lageder Riff Pinot Grigio
Riff demonstrates all of Pinot Grigio's best characteristics: good structure and intensity on the palate, and balance with lively acidity.
Please note that due to the popularity of this product, we reserve the right to substitute like wines and vintages.
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