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Whites wines are lighter-bodied with more obvious acidity, making them good aperitifs or with white meat and fish dishes. Whites are the made from the translucent flesh and juice of any grape - whether white or even red-skinned. Commonly green or pink-skinned fruit make lemon or straw-coloured wines but the pulp of a red grape like Pinot Noir can also be denied skin contact to make ‘strawberry blond’ whites called Vin Gris or Blanc de Noir. The greatest still and sparkling whites are French, though their locals only drink them 21 percent of the time. New Zealand is famous for Sauvignon Blanc and we are third highest white wine consumers at 56 percent. Surprisingly, the world’s biggest white drinkers are Australians at 60 percent! Hmmm, I wonder whose they are drinking?

Whites

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  1. 2015 Astrolabe Wairau Dry Riesling

    2015 Astrolabe Wairau Dry Riesling

    91 Points Richard Caro
    Deal price of the Summer! This beautiful dry Riesling shows Astrolabe's expertise in making Marlborough whites. Fresh and crisp with precise citrus and fine textural depth (from a balanced lees ...
    Elsewhere up to $22.99 Save $10 $12.99 a bottle
  2. 2016 Te Awa Left Field Gisborne Albarino

    2016 Te Awa Left Field Gisborne Albarino

    90 Points Richard Caro
    Now a great price this has been discounted so give it a go- its excellent value and great summer drinking. This aromatic dry white wine grape hailing from the Galicia region in Spain and ...
    Elsewhere up to $18.99 Save $4 $14.99 a bottle
  3. 2016 Tony Bish ‘Summertime’ Gisborne Chardonnay

    2016 Tony Bish ‘Summertime’ Gisborne Chardonnay

    90 Points Sam Kim
    Taken from the ‘Judd Estate’ vineyard in Patutahi. Made for immediate, pleasurable drinking it has scored 4.5 Stars and 90/100 from Sam Kim at Wine Orbit Magazine. This wine has been ...
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  4. 2015 Durvillea Marlborough Pinot Gris

    2015 Durvillea Marlborough Pinot Gris

    90 Points Bob Campbell
    Dry but luscious, Astrolabe's second label puts other people's 'estate' Pinot Gris to shame. With a peachy/tropical nose and palate it is the crisp acidity that marks this out as a great ...
    Elsewhere up to $16.99 Save $2 $14.99 a bottle
  5. 2015 Riverby Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    2015 Riverby Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    Rick’s Picks
    94 Points Sam Kim
    A sophisticated and elegant Sauvignon Blanc with acidity that's beautifully fresh (but not aggressive) and Marlborough aromatics that are clear and clean (but not overpowering). Superb quality ...
    Elsewhere up to $19.99 Save $5 $14.99 a bottle
  6. 2015 Durvillea Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    2015 Durvillea Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    90 Points Richard Caro
    Astrolabe’s baby Brother Sauvignon is growing up and getting a large export following. They also sell this to other wineries who sell it as their top labels for $20+. Zesty and vibrant this ...
    Elsewhere up to $16.99 Save $2 $14.99 a bottle
  7. 2016 Babich Cowslip Valley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    2016 Babich Cowslip Valley Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

    91 Points Richard Caro
    A super-value Sauvignon from a single vineyard that is normally sold for a lot more. We have a long term deal with Babich for purchasing this wine- hence its price. Babich's Cowslip comes from a ...
    Elsewhere up to $22.99 Save $8 $14.99 a bottle
  8. 2013 Mission VS Hawkes Bay Chardonnay

    2013 Mission VS Hawkes Bay Chardonnay

    91 Points Sam Kim
    A gorgeous little Chard and superb value at this hefty discount . We gratefully grabbed a chunk of this when they cleared out some library stock. This line from Mission is always exceptional but ...
    $15.99 a bottle
  9. 2016 Durvillea Marlborough Chardonnay

    2016 Durvillea Marlborough Chardonnay

    90 Points Richard Caro
    This blew us away when we tasted it. This is a seriously good value chardonnay from Astrolabe and as they said to us "it's really only a notch below their top chardonnay"- and they are right. ...
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  10. 2015 Cognoscenti Gisborne Chardonnay

    2015 Cognoscenti Gisborne Chardonnay

    Rick’s Picks
    92 Points Richard Caro
    Extraordinary value, the Cognoscenti tastes every bit a $25+ Chardonnay. Quality Gisborne fruit is hand picked and whole bunch pressed - very rare at this price - before most was fermented in ...
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