Looking for the best international white wines for this season?
Then look no further – because we’ve put together the flavour profiles and food pairings of the best 3 international white wines for autumn and winter in 2022.
Check out our list below and refine your menu with our top picks!
OTU Classic Sauvignon Blanc
The bold Marlborough OTU Classic Sauvignon Blanc (191653) presents aromas of passionfruit, lime zest and white nectarine. The palate is light bodied, which builds up and ends on a long, fine and appetising mineral finish with undertones of gooseberry, passionfruit and classic citrus fruits. Judged by Winestate Magazine as a top five finalist in the sauvignon blanc category for the 2021 Wine of the Year Awards, this wine can be enjoyed on its own and also pairs excellently with fish such as snapper, sole, sea bass or haddock.
Tre Stelle Greco Fiano IGP
From the Vulture region of Basilicata in Southern Italy, Tre Stelle Greco Fiano IGP (180052) delivers a blend of indigenous Italian varieties, greco and fiano, adding notes of peach and almond. With a rich and complex bouquet of tropical and stone fruits, this aromatic white is full bodied yet refreshing with a crisp acidity that enhances its fruity character. Served chilled, this fresh white is ideal as an aperitif or perfect with a creamy pasta carbonara.
Caldora Pinot Grigio
Straw yellow in appearance with golden reflections and a complex aroma, Caldora Pinot Grigio (180058) is a wine with fruity notes of herb, wood, vanilla and nutmeg. It’s medium bodied, round and pleasant with good balance. Clean and spicy but delicate, this wine has a long finish with hints of fruits with peaches, citrus and mineral flavours. Excellent with fish soup and roast fish, the pinot grigio also pairs well with rich first courses, white meat and cheese.
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