Tony Laithwaite has long wanted to make an estate white at La Clarière, but traditionally Castillon is all about reds. Now he's crafted this oak fermented white. Long, complex and citrusy, it's won four Golds.
Margaret River is a top destination for crisp Sauvignon whites. The Credaro family have been perfecting their skills there since 1922. Using all estate-grown grapes, this is deliciously tropical, underscored by crisp lime zip. A real star.
For a bright, fresh Bordeaux Sauvignon, you won't beat this eight-Golds 2020 from Jean Gueridon. It's old vines with meticulous care, that give it such intensity and freshness, with a light floral touch to the citrusy fruit.
A Gold medal for this crisp, elegant white blending, unusually for the Languedoc, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. It's from the vineyards of Spanish-born Jesús Aledo, now at home in southern France. Delicate herbal, ripe stone fruit, citrusy.
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Bergerac is a forgotten enclave of high quality, good value wines very similar to Bordeaux next door. Take Guyendac - blend of Sauvignon with a little Sémillon, lees aged for a little extra creamy weight. Elegant and crisp.
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The Red Sedan is a luscious, 95-point Cabernet Shiraz from top South Australian vineyards. Like the iconic 1966 Ford Falcon Sedan featured on the label, this classic is a blast from the past – generous, smoky, black fruit and spiced oak.