Chenin Blanc is a very versatile grape variety that can produce wines at a range of sweetness levels and sparkling wine. Equally, the quality level can also range significantly. There are two key countries for Chenin Blanc, France, specifically the Loire Valley and South Africa.Read More
Known for the unfair term ABC (Anything But Chardonnay) this is a variety with a mixed reputation. At its best, the wines can be highly complex, with a great ageing ability and show great winemaking skill. At its worst, it can be dull, flabby and forgettable.Read More
Best known for its role in producing Tokaji Aszú, a sweet Hungarian wine but Furmint is also used to produce dry white wines and even sparkling wines.Read More
Argentina’s signature white grape variety falls behind the fame of Malbec but should be equally celebrated.
Albariño in Spain and Alvarinho in Portugal. A white delight that everyone should be talking about.Read More
A fantastic white grape variety that is indigenous to Greece, in particular, the island of Santorini. However, plantings of the grape are increasing globally.Read More
An elegant wine, with floral and fruit notes mainly found in the Abruzzo and Marche regions in Italy.Read More