White Wine

White Wine (11)

  • AIX Rose

    AIX Rosé is the gold awarded premium Provence rosé made with dedication and passion. AIX Rosé is made in the Provence region of France, just an hour North-East from the historical city of Aix-en-Provence. The Provence region is known for making the best rosés in the world. From the renowned appellation 'AOP Coteaux d'Aix en Provence', AIX nurtures its heritage and has a passion and dedication to make the best Provence rosé.
  • Babich Sauvignon Blanc

    Bright lifted herbals, fennel, blackcurrant and lemon. Fruit salad entry over a base of apple, nice herbals again with mineral and citrus on the finish. Creamy mid-palate. This is a classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc which is consistently produced in a fuller, riper, softer style that develops well. Clean, fresh and tropical, with fruit from several vineyards situated throughout Marlborough.
  • Fat Bastard Chardonnay

    Big, ball-busting North American Chardonnay that recalls the old-styles of yesteryear, this Fat Bastard is layered with butter, cream and vanilla. And the price?? Madness!
  • Jarras Pink Flamingo Rose

    'Pink Flamingo'? The name is a little kitsch perhaps, but don't be put off, this is probably the most enjoyable rose we've had all year! 100% grenache - it is beautifully perfumed, balanced and wonderfully refreshing. Instantly conjures up memories of basking on the Mediteranean coast, relaxing on the beach with friends, fresh seafood and hot bread just out of the oven.
  • Laneway Chardonnay

    Victoria, Australia - A rich and textured wine displaying aromas of tropical fruits with a hint of apple and spice. The palate is mouth-filling and generous with excellent length and harmony carrying the fruit to a full clean finish. Lovely light oak.
  • McPherson Rose

    Lucie’s Promise is a delicate, fresh and lively wine, with a lovely perfumed nose of raspberries and strawberries. The palate displays great fruit intensity with underlying hints of mint, reminding us of Lucie’s family garden in the Spring. With excellent length of flavour, not only is the Rose fresh, fun and easy to drink, it also compliments a vast array of dishes. Try it with oysters, spicy Thai noodles, as an aperitif with antipasto, or simply serve very cold on a hot summer’s afternoon. Region: Victoria
  • Rameau d’Or Golden Rose

    Fresh and concentrated aromas of strawberries and other red fruits with underlying mineral notes that carry through to the mouth watering palate. A delicious wine that suits apéritif drinking, but is also superb with grilled seafood, creamy risotto and pasta dishes.
  • Richland Pinot Grigio

    This outstanding Richland Pinot Grigio was produced from fruit of the highest quality. This wine is best served with fresh Asian style dishes or a seafood salad.
  • Richland Sauvignon Blanc

    This Sauvignon Blanc is a light straw yellow with a green hue and displays a pungent nose of gooseberry, lemon and passionfruit. The palate is fruity, full bodied with a rich texture and is true to the variety with fresh garden peas and tropical fruits, including passionfruit, limes and mango. The finish is dry, crisp and refreshing with well-balanced acid and alcohol.
  • Robert Oatley Signature Riesling

    • The bouquet consists of an aroma of grapefruit, jasmine flowers, sea brine and lanolin
    • Vibrant notes of citrus zest, slate, and vital minerals all come together to produce a wine of pure distinction
    • Great Southern region has been recognised by many as the newest high-quality Riesling region, delivering remarkably delicious and often age-worthy wines of tremendous success
  • Tread Softly Rose

    Aiming to incorporate modernity and sustainability in their range, Tread Softly create rich-flavoured wines with moderate alcohol content. This Rosé varietal is sure to entice, sweet in both the nose and palate, it is a delightful drink you can take anywhere.