Transport your guests to the most abundant corners of Europe and beyond with a wine menu that features flavours from the best international wine regions.
Italian white blends
Tre Stelle Greco Fiano IGP
The mountainous region of Basilicata is perfectly equipped for the expert production process behind an impressionable Fiano, like Tre Stelle Greco Fiano IGP (180052). The Italians do this varietal best, and this region has perfected the art, creating a light golden wine with a stylish flavour profile that finely balances light tropical notes with fruity orchard tree flavours. The resulting wine pairs well with the saltiness of most hard cheeses, or with light meaty canapés such as chicken rillettes, for a luxurious European dining influence this summer.
Italian white varietals
The term ‘pecorino’ is treasured within the world of cheese and wine alike. From the rocky mountain ranges, down to the hilly coast lines of the Adriatic Sea, Abruzzo has become the most notable region for this particular varietal due to the mosaic of microclimates that tessellate throughout this south Italian region. A signature Italian varietal, Caldora Pecorino (180057) is an exceptional pairing with Mediterranean inspired recipes. The crisp, aromatic nature of this wine is full of character and works well with cheeses, charcuterie meats, pastas or lean fish.
Kaapzicht Chenin Blanc White
Weathered granite soils and cool sea breezes create a range of bright, fruity South African wines. Kaapzicht Chenin Blanc (194083) is a brisk white varietal that contains a classic high acidity, that’s typically associated with the varietal, along with hints of sweet and savoury undertones that create an interesting balance. This high acidity helps to cleanse the palate and makes this a seamless wine pairing across various menus. With hints of ripe quince, pineapple and stone fruit, this wine is best paired with creamy chicken recipes or rich lobster and crab.
OTU Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
The grapes for OTU Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc (191653) were grown on an estate that featured sunny north-facing slopes, leading to freshly intense aromatics. The palate is lively and vibrant, and has a mouth-watering finish. Signature aromas of passionfruit, lime zest and white nectarine are present, with additional flavours of gooseberry and classic citrus notes that round out this distinctive and bold expression of Marlborough sauvignon blanc. A go-to selection for many dinner menus, this wine’s exciting flavour profile works well with easy-going chicken and white fish recipes.
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