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Here are a dozen whites that would be from Fitzroy if they weren’t from their many varied wine regions. They’re misfits and hipsters by name only, and all the better for it, showing what can be done if you just be yourself and do it well.

Each case contains two bottles of each of the following tattoo-adorned wines:

White
Fiano
Australia

Hand Crafted by Geoff Hardy Fiano 2017
Apricot
Minerally
Rockmelon
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Royal Melbourne Wine Show
Royal Melbourne Wine Show

If you love grigio then now is the time to get your fiano on. And if you must indulge, then you may as well do it with one of the fian-est examples getting around. With 95 points and a gold medal at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show, this ‘17 fiano is textured, aromatic and packing melon, citrus, peach, honey and nutty notes. We may have just uncovered your new favourite white.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Other White
Nelson

Waimea Estate Nelson Grüner Veltliner 2016
Jasmine
Minerally
White Peach
Medium-bodied
Chalky
Elegant
Sydney International Wine Competition 2017
Sam Kim
17.5/20 Raymond Chan
4½ Stars Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
4 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Review

Normally, grüner veltliner makes one think of Austrian wine taverns or the rolling hills of Domain Wachau. But did you know that our Kiwi neighbours are actually crafting a pretty damn good gruner out on the Waimea plains? Well, you do now. And it’s got a stack of Chan and Kim stars stuck to its label, too. Like all good grüners, this white winner is perfumed on the nose but slightly savoury on the palate. It’s got a touch of dill, a smattering of pepper and a lingering mineral finish. If you like your whites dry, delicious and super compatible with food then give us your best Arnie Schwarzenegger impression and dive right in, bro.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

White
Viognier
Adelaide Hills

Fox Gordon Abby Adelaide Hills Viognier 2015
Apricot
Floral
Lemon
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Tony Keys
James Halliday

Viognier is not a wine for every day, especially in its ripe, Vale form like this one. It’s full-on, lick-your-face happy wine, all honeycomb, peach and apricot. But when it’s on, it’s on. The hyperfragrance is tamed by some white pepper spice, gentler floral notes, creamy round body and a stonefruit-citrus palate that’s full and refreshing. My advice is to start with it a little overchilled to tame its more exuberant notes and ease into it. Watch it open up and become a little more unruly in the glass... if it gets out of hand, spank it with an ice block. Or just drink faster.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Other White
Australia

Glenlofty Marsanne Rousanne 2013
Citrus
Hay
Honey
Medium-bodied
Round
Elegant
James Halliday
5 Black Star Halliday rated producer

This blend is a richer style of wine with a beautiful, rounded, almost oily texture. There are smoky, flint flavours to it as well, and some soft fruit like lemon and grapefruit, but it’s definitely not fruity and has this beautiful, mouthwatering acidity to it. It’s similar to a nice chardy in a way, because of the texture and soft fruit, and people will often mistake a wine that’s been left on lees for having a bit of oak and that’s what’s happening here. If you’re someone looking for something a little different and a fan of nice, textured whites, this will be perfect, and it’s also a great way to introduce people to something outside the regular chardy, gris, rizza etc.

You'd pay $28.00 full price

White
Other White
Nelson

Waimea Estate Albariño 2016
Jasmine
Minerally
White Peach
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Bob Campbell, MW
Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
4 1⁄2 stars Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

Ahhh albãrino, a Spanish favourite from...New Zealand? That’s right mofos, Kiwi albãrino here from the crew at Waimea Estate in Nelson. It’s bloody good. Bob Campbell, a Master of Wine, called this “one of the best local examples I’ve tasted of this promising Spanish / Portuguese grape variety,” and commented that the variety “Shows great promise in the Nelson region especially.” Waimea are a great producer and they’ve delivered citrus, mandarin, peach and nectarine flavours with this ‘16 vintage. It’s dry, crisp and rich, and if you’re after food pairings look no further than albãrino’s spiritual homeland of Galicia, Spain, where seafood reigns supreme. Try get your hands on the traditional pulpo (octopus) or, if that’s not your vibe, then oysters, fish and prawns will all do the job splendidly.

You'd pay $30.00 full price

White
Other White
Rhône Valley

Cuvée du Vatican Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2016
Pear
White Peach
Creamy
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

Well you wouldn’t believe it, but 2016 is looking even better than 2015 in the Côtes du Rhône. This French import is bringing the best of the vintage, with buttery notes and white fruits on the nose, citrus flavours and a creamy texture. According to the winemaker, this wine “will always be present at a table wherever good living and good humour are the rule,” but we reckon it’ll be present on tables everywhere once thirsty mofos catch wind of this deal.

You'd pay $25.00 full price