White Blend - 3 Star - 5 Star
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Ultima Edizione Bianco NV
Our customers love Farnese Vini’s Ultima Edizione red, so we were thrilled when they made this white version. A unique blend of Pecorino, Sauvignon Blanc, and Moscato, it debuted to 98 points from critic Luca Maroni and boasts luscious fruit flavors.
Cuvée du Vatican Réserve de l'Abbé Blanc 2017
Long-time Cuvée du Vatican devotee Robert Parker raves that winemaker Jean-Marc Diffonty is “doing a fabulous job.” Wait till you uncork this NEW, exclusive Côtes-du-Rhône white, with its layers of luscious nectarine, honeysuckle, and spice.
Pierre Brecht Cuvée Cinq 2018
France’s premium Alsace region produces some of the country’s finest whites – as you’ll taste with this gold-medal exclusive. From a 350-year-old family estate, it marries Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Muscat for layers of ripe, stone fruit flavor.
Podere Altero Bianco 2016
Sofia Barbanera was so inspired by her great-grandfather – the dynamic Altero, founder of the family winery – that she made this zippy wine in his honor. A racy, complex blend of four grapes with loads of juicy fruit flavor. Very limited supply.
Castel del Lago Garda DOC 2018
Grown near the Veneto’s Lake Garda, this lovely gem marries elegant Garganega with creamy Chardonnay. Critic Luca Maroni rated the inaugural vintage 95 points and raved, “soft, expressive, and perfectly balanced.” Wait until you taste the fresh 2018.
Los Hermanos Manzanos Blanco Barrica 2017
You may know Rioja’s reds – but its whites are also delicious. See for yourself with this acclaimed, barrel-aged find from a top estate (whose wines tend to land on major Top 10 lists). Reminds us of a good white Burgundy, minus the huge price tag.
Abbesse de Loire Crémant Blanc NV
Noël Bougrier’s lovely Loire Valley crémant was made in the traditional method and offers delicate bubbles with inviting aromas and flavors of fresh pear, green apple, and juicy peach. A fantastic-value alternative to pricier Champagne.
Lornano Vinsanto del Chianti Classico 2011
The best dessert wines are like pure nectar, and this classic Italian Vin Santo is no exception. Made from painstakingly air-dried grapes and matured for six years in fine French oak, it overflows with enticing flavors of dried fruits and honey.