Make some room in the fridge, because today you can get a spectacular dozen of awarded whites for a tiny $109 a bottle, you save 46%! All with high ratings from wine critics, they are perfect for picnics, parties, lunch alfresco and dinner at your favourite seafood restaurant. These prestige whites are shining with flavour and style, an absolute must-haves for your collection.
Mas de Daumas Gassac was called "the one First Growth of the Languedoc" by wine writer Hugh Johnson. This is their superb Réserve – a crisp, exotically aromatic white that captures the brilliance of the Guibert family's Grand Vin at a modest price.
Alsace is a picture postcard area of northeast France, peppered with pretty villages that wouldn’t look out of place in a book of German fairy tales. The Germanic influences don’t end there – the vineyards are planted with Riesling, the three Pinots and Gewurztraminer. Although it’s a mountain cooled part of France, Alsace is also the country’s sunniest region. This combination leads to wines of real fruit purity and intensity.
A thrilling, fresh white from ‘Flying Scotsman’ winemaker Norrel Robertson. It features the hero grape of Spain’s premium white wine area, Rías Baixas, grown on steep granite soils for added zip. Enjoy a wine that’s intense, elegant and lime-fresh.
For a characterful reserve quality Viognier with an enticing aroma, exotic fruit and a crisp finish, reach for Queen Bee. It is a handcrafted, cool climate white from a highly regarded family winery in Stellenbosch, with just a dash of Chardonnay.
From a cellar in Austria’s premium Kremstal region, Danaris is fabulously crisp, minerally and complex. It’s pure Grüner Veltliner, the grape behind some of Austria’s top whites and “the best kept secret of the wine world” (Wine & Spirits magazine).
Gold for the second year running for this bright, lemony, apple fruit white. It's from a small family estate just across the river from Saint Emilion, in Bordeaux's Entre Deux Mers. Pure Sauvignon Blanc, it's crisp, grassy with ripe orchard fruit.
This seventh generation estate’s terrific modern take on dry German Riesling won a well deserved Gold medal. Exhilaratingly fresh, the wine is lean, piercing and poised, with lime, floral and apple aromas, citrus mineral intensity and apricot fruit.
The critics agree: “Chardonnay is unquestionably the world’s finest dry white wine” (Scotland on Sunday) … “unbeatable” (The Observer) … “one of the world’s greatest grape varieties” (The Times). France’s famed Chardonnays are renowned, of course, but the variety has found a natural home all over the world, creating mouthwatering examples that are simply irresistible. This TRIPLE-Gold-winning Domaine Saint Andre Chardonnay 2020 showing gorgeous white peach fruit and just a touch of brioche toastiness.
Botrytised or nobly rotten grapes make the world's finest (and most expensive) sweet wines. Here, however, this golden white is totally dry, yet still complex with rich, honeyed and citrusy fruit. A most elegant creation from JMS and team at Le Chai.
Cousin to Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Gris is richer and spicier, yet still with appetising zip – all the elements you’ll find in this stand-out white. Over the vintages it's won many Golds. Form the excellent 2020, this is spicy, peachy and crisp.
Latest release from grape grower Natale Seghesio (il Poeta) and talented winemaker Paolo Sartirano. Their wines brilliantly showcase Piedmont's finest classic styles. This award winning Gavi is no exception with its citrus and stony fresh intensity.