Best Selling Whites
Best Selling Whites
Best Selling Whites, carefully selected by the Hay Wines team for their flavour and variety.
A selection of 6 Best Selling white wines, offering a range of flavours and styles.
We also offer a Best Selling Reds box... take a look!
Best Selling Whites are composed of the following:
1. Buitenverwachting Chardonnay, Constantia, South Africa £14.69 (1 bottle)
A full bodied, complex wine with medium acidity and a lingering finish. On the nose, citrus fruits along with creamy butterscotch. On the palate, flavours of green apples and stone fruits give the wine a great structure and length.
2. Kaiken Torrontes, Salta, Argentina, £10.99 (1 bottle)
The wine has a fresh zingy acidity on the palate, with an interesting profile of aromas and flavours. It has a long and beautifully fresh finish.
3.Pinot Grigio Villa Locatelli, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy, £9.99 (1 bottle)
Deep yellow colour, almost golden. Floral notes mix with rich fruit aromas of apricot, melon and peach; slight chalkiness. To the palate it is soft; light-to-medium bodied; mineral. Incredibly versatile for magnificent food & wine pairings; try it with fish dishes, or vegetarian pastas
4. Casa Ferreirinha Planalto, Douro, Portugal, £9.99 (1 bottle)
The nose has floral notes, tropical fruit, & white fruits On the palate, full-bodied with well-integrated acidity, alongside floral notes and touches of white fruit. It has an extremely elegant finish.
5. The Crossings Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, £12.49 (1 bottle)
With layers of tropical fruits, herbal notes and flowering herbs, this wine has an enticing bouquet synonymous with Awatere Valley. The palate is brimming with pure fruit and bright fresh acidity that drives a complex and mineral finish.
6. Laurence de Veyrac Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc, France, £9.99 (1 bottle)
On the nose at first there are exotic fruit aromas which develop into floral notes of broom flowers, apple and citrus fruit. The palate is strong with stone fruit flavours balanced by crisp minerality.