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Champion the small grower with this terrifically fresh and grassy white. It’s from Marlborough, which enjoys a worldwide reputation for herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc. Duck ’n’ Pheasant is from a cellar that works with individual growers who lack the facilities to produce their own wine, but don’t want to see their precious harvest become an anonymous component of a big brand. The grapes are all sourced from vineyards which, thanks to free draining, gravelly soils (and the “frequent visitors” duck or pheasant), give excellent flavour intensity.
Villa Broglia is a star of Gavi, sipped over the years by diplomats, politicians, even popes. It's from an exceptional family estate with vines in the superior Gavi di Gavi. Savour its creamy pear fruit balanced by piercing lemon freshness.
Tony Laithwaite has long wanted to make an estate white at Château La Clarière, but traditionally Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux is all about reds. Now, with some top vineyards he's crafted this oak fermented, lees aged white. Citrusy, complex, long.
Since Tony Laithwaite first worked in Castillon, in 1967, he has been a champion of the region. As Wine International wrote, he believes: “If it weren’t for the [political] line dividing Castillon from Saint Emilion, its wines would be twice the price. The hills are the same, the soil is the same, the exposure is the same.” In 1980 Tony bought Château La Clarière and has been proving his point ever since, winning over 150 awards and twice winning Paris’ Lauréat Prix d’Excellence.
Lavishly intense Médoc from the outstanding 2009 vintage from a small estate in Lesparre-Médoc, next to the renowned Château Potensac. Winegrowers since 2000, Vignobles Monroux acquired Château Grand Marceaux in 2004. The estate comprises nine hectares of Merlot (60%) and Cabernet Sauvignon vines, tended following la lutte raisonnée, with minimal intervention and respect for the natural environment.
If you’re a lover of fine Spanish wines, you may recognize the famous ‘Siglo’ brand which has an incredibly long history. It first started with the visionary Félix Azpilicueta, who founded Bodegas Azpilicueta in 1881 in Fuenmayor, the heart of Rioja Alta.