Alternate Whites x12

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  • A mouthwatering collection of wines for white lovers
  • Features exciting styles like Vermentino, Verdehlo, Semillon and more
  • Includes 5-star Halliday rated winery, Draytons, and wines from other leading regions

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Drayton's Bellevue Verdelho 2015 Verdelho is a lovely summer drop - it's rich in tropical fruit flavours and has a lovely twist of spice that keeps you coming back for more. Drayton's are masters of the style, and this one is particularly refreshing. We think you'll love it!
Aver Fleurieu Peninsula Vermentino 2015 Vermentino makes deliciously dry, savoury, food friendly wines and is responsible for some of Italy's tastiest whites. This one comes from Currency Creek in South Australia's famous Fleurieu Peninsula and is not to be missed.
Stefano De Pieri Di Qualita Arneis 2014 A unique Italian style white from Victoria with a richly flavoured, crisp and fresh palate. Complex and aromatic, it has almond, pear, peach and honey notes on a light finish. Celebrity chef Stefano recommends sipping it with some delicious antipasto.
Willowbrook Clare Valley Semillon 2015 If you love the citrussy characters of a Marlborough Sav Blanc, but want a little more finesse and richness, then don't miss this classy Clare Valley Semillon. It's fabulous with lemon-herbed chicken or a prawn and lemon risotto garnished with fresh herbs.
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