An expansive range of iconic white wines
Loved for its “green” herbal flavours and acidity, Sauvignon Blanc is a popular and unmistakable white wine grape that grows abundantly. This factor gives it great versatility in wine, from lean to bountiful.
Sauvignon Blanc pairs wonderfully with herb-driven sauces on chicken, tofu, fish, and other Asian flavours such as Thai or Vietnamese cuisine.
A golden-skinned grape that is relatively resilient and easily cultivated, Semillon is an important white grape in the Bordeaux region. The early-ripening grape is slightly heavy with low acidity.
For richer fish entrees such as black cod and white meats, Semillon is an excellent pair, particularly when spiced with fresh fennel or dill.
A relatively neutral and blended white French wine grape, Colombard gives off a fruity, fresh aroma dominated by peaches and completed by citrus notes.
When blended with Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay, Colombard becomes a tart, mouth-watering white that pairs excellently with lighter dishes like salad or sushi.
Verdejo is a quality white grape variety, carrying lime, honeydew, grapefruit, fennel, and white peach aromas.
Due to its high acidity and subtle bitterness, Verdejo is a palate cleanser that pairs well with fish tacos and lime chicken.
Delightfully refreshing and coastal, Albariño white is loved for its rich stone fruit flavours, a hint of salinity, and zesty acidity.
Like the coastal hints characterising it, Albariño pairs well with all things from the sea. Pair with white fish, ceviche, seafood risotto, grilled vegetable dishes, fresh green herbs, or even a Caesar salad.
One of the oldest grape varieties from the southern Languedoc-Roussillon, region of France. Clairette has apple, apricot and peach aromas.