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Chardonnay

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Chardonnay

A versatile grape which stands up well to strong flavours, chardonnay is a match for fish, fowl and egg dishes

As it can cover such a wide range of flavours, chardonnay is incredibly versatile when it comes to food, though frustrating at the same time. A ‘glass of chardonnay’ requested in one restaurant can be totally different room one ordered in the next, which means you have to take different approaches on what to match with them. In general though you can split chardonnay into the ripe luscious fruit……

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Delicious recipes matched to wines from across the globe

Too often we taste fantastic local wines on our travels and scour the shelves of the local supermarket upon our return, only to discover they’re seemingly unheard of on our thirsty isle. Enter Drinks Club. Search and order regional wines through our specialist representatives and take advantage of some expert recipe matches.

Celler Del Pont Lo Givot

Celler Del Pont Lo Givot

Spain, Priorat, 2004, £44.99

Medium purple in colour, the wine has a expressive nose of forest floor, truffles, spice box, black pepper, lilac and wild blueberries. On the palate the…

Sauvignon Blanc, Bascand

Sauvignon Blanc, Bascand

Malborough, New Zealand, 2012, £10.50

From start to finish an exuberant cocktail of passion and kiwi fruit - with a touch of gooseberry, so typical of Marlborough. Un-oaked and really zesty,…

Guido Marsella Falanghina

Guido Marsella Falanghina

Italy, Campania, 2008, £15.25

One of our favourite Italian white wine styles, from the warm south of Italy. This wine is beautifully fruity on the nose, with fresh peaches and a rich…