White Wine

From racy, crisp, Riesling, to rich full-bodied Chardonnay the white wine world has an incredible array of wine styles on offer.

Head to the Rhône Valley, where you’ll, Viognier, Roussane and Marsanne with their amazing textures and spice. Cross the border to Italy and it’s Arneis, Verdicchio, Greco, Carricante, and, Garganega offering up often flavours very different to those of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.

Revel in the diversity of white wine styles created, as winemakers seek to balance sugar, acid, alcohol, phenolics, the use of oak, lees, and, skin contact to create wines of harmony and personality.

Perhaps in Riesling more than any other white wine will you find nearly every style imaginable.

The wine world is producing better wines than ever before. In regions where laws permit broad experimentation with growing and making white wines is resulting in rapid evolution and refinement of styles.

Australia’s push to evolve Chardonnay is the perfect example!

Robert Weil Kiedrich Gräfenberg Riesling Spätlese 2020

“The 2020 Kiedrich Gräfenberg Riesling Spätlese offers a deep, complex and refined bouquet with flinty aromas. Highly refined and elegant on the palate, this is a salty-piquant, fresh, vital and energetic Gräfenberg with a long, piquant and salty finish. Very young but really fascinating in its brilliance, piquancy and salinity” Stephan Reinhardt, The Wine Advocate
$152ea in any 3+
$145ea in any 6+

Robert Weil Kiedrich Klosterberg Riesling Trocken 2020

“From the oldest, up to 50-year-old vines of the estate and cultivated on partly reddish phyllite soils in altitudes up to 300 meters, the 2020 Kiedrich Klosterberg Riesling Trocken was aged on the full lees until late July for the first time (instead of April, like in the former vintages). This brings a remarkable, delicate, subtle and articulated, very elegant and flinty, almost Mosel-like Riesling bouquet of bright fruit aromas (mango, passion fruit) intertwined with notes of crushed iron a
$95ea in any 3+
$90ea in any 6+

Bindi Kostas Rind Chardonnay 2021

The 2021 has classic Kostas lemon, lime and grapefruit aromas mixed with spice, cream, chalk and blossom. It is fresh, racy, mouth filling, textured and very long. It will take 6+ years to mature. Michael D
$72ea in any 3+
$69ea in any 6+
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Hoddles Creek Estate Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2021

Perfect intro to Hoddle's Creek Chardonnay! Cool Upper Yarra Valley Fruit = Wine of Poise & Great Intensity!

Château Pierre-Bise Savennières ‘Clos de Coulaine’ 2018

The extra couple of years here gives us an idea of where the 2020 Roche Aux Moines will head. Honeyed, lemon, baking spices a little of the lanolin character that seems to come through in Chenin from Anjou-Samur. Again the transparency of pear fruit with textural phenolic elements at play. Divine wine. Thirst quenching and delicious.
$56ea in any 3+
$53ea in any 6+

Château Pierre-Bise Savennières ‘Roche aux Moines’ 2020

Wine of personality keep on coming from Savennieres. Lythe, transparent fruit. Dry with pear, baking spice and candied citrus peel. Somehow they have managed to combine a weightless feel with the depth of fruit,a little phenolics and glycerol making for a luscious caress of the tongue. A fine wine that as with all dry Chenin will need a couple of years to start expressing itself in full. I can see why the 2018 managed to score 1 of just 50 wines in show out of almost 19,000 at Decanters 2021 Awa
$83ea in any 3+
$79ea in any 6+

Domaine Testut Chablis Vielles Vignes 2019

The pedigree of this fruit at the Chablis level is pretty bloody good! It's from a 50 year old parcel adjacent to the Grand Cru, Blanchot! Bloody tasty Village. Beautifully weighted and developed. Often at this level Chablis can be thin and raw. Testut here, as with all his wines shows a deft touch in raise the wine and building generosity. A wine that can be hoovered now, it’ll drink well over the next few years. Great flow across your palate, fine, sophisticated, perfect everyday drinking
$64ea in any 3+
$61ea in any 6+

Domaine Testut Chablis 1er Cru ‘Vaillons’ 2019

It ain’t a 1er Cru for nothing. Can these guys do no wrong? Just delicious. The build in depth and acid from the VV is clear. Making for a perfectly step in quality matched to price. Of the 2019 1er’s this is the one that is smack bang in a great drinking zone. The Forêts and Montée need more time respectively, particularly the stunning Montée.  Aside from his primary flavour and aroma descriptors, Burghounds notes are on the money. From a 70 year old parcel in Beugnons. An exu
$91ea in any 3+
$87ea in any 6+

Trimbach 'Cuvée Frédéric Émile' Riesling 2010

One of the finest from Alsace!

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Hoddles Creek Estate Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2021

Perfect intro to Hoddle's Creek Chardonnay! Cool Upper Yarra Valley Fruit = Wine of Poise & Great Intensity!
$22 per bottle for 12+

Abellio Albariño 2020

Drinking this just makes feel like smashing tapas. So much fun!
$25ea in any 6+
$23ea in any 12+

Rieslingfreak No.4 Eden Valley 2017

The purity, exceptional texture, and, pinpoint perfect balance are the stand out traits of every Rieslingfreak wine!
$26ea in any 3+
$24ea in any 6+

Rieslingfreak No.4 Eden Valley 2021

The purity, exceptional texture, and, pinpoint perfect balance are the stand out traits of every Rieslingfreak wine!
$26ea in any 6+
$24ea in any 12+

Rieslingfreak No.3 Clare Valley 2021

Made from the family vineyard, White Hutt, Clare Valley. The heavy red clay soils contribute to the fruit intensity of this wine. According to winemakers John and Belinda Hughes, No.3 is a fruit driven style of Riesling. Classic flavours of this vineyard include ripe lemon and limes and some melon and tropical fruit notes.  The Riesling drinks well young, but will also reward with cellaring. Complete the set. We also have Rieslingfreaks No.2 and No.4 from 2021.
$26ea in any 6+
$24ea in any 12+

Rieslingfreak No.2 Polish Hill 2021

The No.2 is 100% Polish Hill River fruit from a vineyard established by Max Schubert way back when. So yeah it's old!
$32ea in any 6+
$30ea in any 12+

Gunderloch Jean Baptiste Riesling Kabinett 2019

I love seeing Kabinett styles from the different regions of Germany. Gunderloch's from the Rheinhessen is an absolute cracker!
$36ea in any 3+
$34ea in any 6+
So much intrigue!

Il Corincino “Il Corincino” Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi 2017

This was one of the first Italian white wines to grab my attention & was for a long time a house staple. Now it's back!
$37ea in any 3+
$35ea in any 6+

Castellari Bergaglio Gavi di Tassarolo DOCG ‘Fornaci’ 2018

Gavi, like Soave, is a wine that takes its name from the region’s main village. The village, Gavi, is in southern Piedmont, bordering Liguria.
$39ea in any 3+
$37ea in any 6+

Gunderloch Als Wär’s Ein Stück Von Mir Riesling 2019

A previous vintage of this wine was Johannes' 1st chance to make a wine on his own. Its success marked the changing of the baton from his father who granted him full control of all winemaking after tasting it!
$40ea in any 3+
$38ea in any 6+

Dönhoff Estate Riesling 2019

Wow! This takes refreshment to a new level! Lime fest with the zest!
$40ea in any 3+
$37ea in any 6+
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Keller Grüner Silvaner Trocken 2020

Making mind-blowing Riesling isn't the only thing the Klaus-Peter Keller excels at; his Silvaner is a testament to his skill as a one of the great white wine makers working today. It's simply sublime! A notoriously underrated variety, Keller gives expression to Silvaner's full potential, producing a wine that is both compelling and joyously drinkable. From fruit is sourced off old vines, it undergoes the same royal treatment as the Rieslings, including a firm, slow, basket press and a little
$42ea in any 3+
$40ea in any 6+

Vigne Marina Coppi Timorasso ‘Francesca’ 2020

Cracking wine for the coin & a great intro to Timorasso. The texture here is fascinating. A phenolic layer adds pleasing grip and that oh so Italian silvery line of bitterness that cleans the palate so beautifully. The textural components wrap the mid-weight fruit that's balanced with fine acid and modest alcohol. For an entry level wine there's a fair bit of fun to be had hear with a great set of flavours in the mix. Yet another example of just why Timorasso is rapidly increasing in both pr
$42ea in any 3+
$39ea in any 6+

Yeringberg Viognier 2019

A floral, exotic, full-bodied white. Yerinberg bring their own style to this Rhone classic.
$44 in any 3+
$42 in any 6+

Cogno Langhe Nascetta DOC del Comune di Novello ‘Anas-Cëtta’ 2019

Nascetta - Italy's answer to Gewurztraminer. Fragrant, spicy and fresh. This is a fun, youthful wine that is drinking well now but could possibly benefit from a little more time to develop, allowing the fruit and underlying structure to better harmonise. Wonderful aromas come swinging out of the glass, with pops of pity citrus, yellow stone fruits, white blossoms and a line of saline minerality. The palate marries ripe, juicy fruit with a savoury lines of lees and spicy white pepper; gentle p
$43ea in any 3+
$39ea in any 6+

Domaine Thierry Laffay Petit Chablis 2019

Deceptive, restraint and sophistication at play. Here it is in the texture, line and length of acid. A little chalky with an nice layer of phenolics. As it rolls around your palate it builds with excellent mid palate weight. Here’s a hot tip for you, one of the differences between good and great Chardonnay is mid-palate weight. This has it. Looks like a long slow ferment with my winemaking hat on. Fine delicious poised and pure. A little cold on first pour as it warmed and took a gasp of air t
$45ea in any 3+
$42ea in any 3+