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Tired of your common-or-garden grapes? Sick of savvy?  All chardy-ed out?

Get around these wondrously different alternate varieties for a whole new spectrum of flavours. White wine like you’ve never known it before. From the fabulously foreign to the heavenly home-grown, these all offer the fun of discovery. Time to ditch the usual suspects and get stuck in!

Every case contains ONE of each of the following:

White
White Blend
Sicily

Vulcani d'Italia Etna Bianco 2020
Lemon
White Peach
Herbaceous
Medium-bodied
Textured
Powerful
Italian Import
New to the 'Fo

Vulcani d’Italia is a very focused little operation. As the name suggests, they only make wines sourced from the slopes of Italian volcanos, specifically Mount Vulture in Basilicata and Mount Etna on the island of Sicily. Etna Bianco, something rarely seen in Australia, is made from carricante, a white grape native to Sicily. The carricante in this wine is hand-harvested off a 600 metre altitude vineyard on the northeast slope of Mount Etna. Aging is pretty quick and easy, but incorporates two months on lees to build texture and tension. It’s particularly floral on the nose with hints of white peach and dried herbs as well. There’s minerality and even a little salinity on the palate with lively acidity and notes of lemon. This is definitely a food wine and will thrill lovers of textural whites.

You'd pay $60.00 full price

White
Other White
France

Winerie Parisienne Orange XP75 2020
Citrus
Orange Peel
Almond
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep

Winerie Parisienne, based in Paris and sourcing grapes from across France, make one of our favourite rosés. This is there take on an orange wine - a white wine fermented with skins (like rosé and red wine) - made from the roussanne variety. It has an expressive nose of stone fruit, candied fruits and tea spices, followed by a spicy and textured palate that is long and dry. An intriguing wine - you’ll get the most out of it by decanting.

You'd pay $45.00 full price

White
Chenin Blanc
Western Australia

Nikola Estate Chenin Blanc 2021
Lemon
Gingerbread
Peach
Medium-bodied
Textured
Concentrated
WA Boutique Wine Show 2021
Top 100 White Wines of 2021 Ray Jordan

I can’t be alone in my obsession with chenin blanc, right? It’s kinda like the Voltron of white wines (too obscure of a reference?). It combines all the best characteristics of different white grapes into one superpowered wine. There’s the brightness of sauv blanc, the versatility of chardonnay, the ageability of semillon and the refreshment of riesling. Or at least that’s what I get out of it. And the best chenin in Australia comes out of WA. This fine example from Nikola Estate exhibits ginger and cream on the nose with a palate expressing honey, lemon, chamomile, peach and nectarine. You just can’t go wrong here, it’s that tasty.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

White
Soave
Soave DOC

Rocca Bastia Soave Classico DOC 2020
Peach
Melon
Citrus
Light-bodied
Refreshing
Elegant

Soave is a region in Veneto that produces exclusively white wines, primarily from the native grape garganega. Most of the wines are dry, citrusy and minerally. They also age quite well, developing more orange and toasted almond characteristics as time goes on. Younger Soave, such as this bottle from Rocca Bastia, is bright, gentle on the palate and surprisingly floral. The acidity is quite moderate, making for the perfect pairing with a variety of seafood dishes. Rocca Bastia is produced by Bennati, a family run winery in Veneto that was started 100 years ago by Antonio Bennati and his son Annibale. Now under the care of the fourth generation, Bennati has been upholding its family traditions while advancing its winemaking techniques. This Soave is the perfect example of a classic Italian wine crafted in a smooth and flawless modern style. With summer fast approaching, is there any better advice than to drink as the Italians do?

You'd pay $35.00 full price

White
Vermentino
Margaret River

Mica Tino Vermentino 2019
Lemon
Floral
Herbaceous
Medium-bodied
Lively
Ethereal
Minimal Intervention
Cult Producer
Vegan Friendly

If you’re into the natural and minimal intervention movements in wine, then you're probably aware of the wines of Jo Perry. She sources the fruit for this one from a vineyard in Margaret River and has given it a whole bunch press and time on skins. Fermentation was completed in seasoned oak before letting it rest on lees for a few months. The name of the game here is complexity. Look for lemongrass on the nose along with herbal and floral hints. The wine is a bit viscous on the palate, yet still quite clean and cleansing, finishing with a subtly medicinal note reminiscent of sweet vermouth. A little sulphur was used before bottling, so this isn’t technically a natural wine, but very little other intervention took place, letting the fruit speak for itself. A bit different but exceedingly delicious.

You'd pay $29.00 full price

White
Arneis
Mount Barker

Paul Nelson Le Viandier Arneis 2021
Spice
Peach
Orange Peel
Medium-bodied
Textured
Concentrated

This is a wine that garnered a lot of high eye-brows around the tasting bench. Paul Nelson has created this gem in the style of its homeland Roero- squished between Asti and Barolo in Northern Italy. It's a little textural from some time on skins and lends to a wine that is highly aromatic with notes of jasmine, delicate citrus and bitter almond. Pretty florals and lemon pith are framed by a subtle savoury edge, and its prickly acid line cuts through its long textured finish. Think rich and creamy dishes or a seafood platter by the beach. "Lovely in its youth, like all of us, but gets better with age" says Paul. We'll drink to that.

You'd pay $29.00 full price