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Spring Whites! And a pink!

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Six white and orange wines perfect for the coming of spring:

Lillian Bauchet, Plan B 2020

Lilian's flagship white is a delicious blend of Souvignier Gris & Muscaris, pressed direct and aged in fibreglass. It has a lovely lush texture, yes is fresh and full of crisp fruit. One of the best wines made from hybrid grapes we have tried. 

Domaine Goepp, L'Atypique 2022

100% Pinot Gris, macerated whole bunch for 7 days and also aged in foudre. The first time we have had this wine, it pours a beautiful pink, has lovely taut tannins, framing a wine brimming with minerals and pink fruit.

Raisin Sauvage, Mafia Vin Free 2021

50% Sylvaner, 50% Gewürztraminer, from the oldest vines he rents, planted in 1953 on granite soils. He pressed the grapes direct, then aged in 500l barrels for 6 months, before bottling. This has a wonderful salinity and minerality and is perhaps the most age-worthy of the wines from this vintage, with a rounder texture and herbaceous fruit. 

Domaine Boris Jefferies, La Cabane De Jeanne 2020

50/50 Grenache Blanc and Marsanne (the last vintage for the Marsanne). Direct press with no settling, aged on gross lees. Pure and mineral with a richness from the varietal, but lovely minerality and fruit. Starting to drink well, but experience says this will age wonderfully. 

Domaine Delhomme & Co, Les Vignes De La Justice 2022

100% Chardonnay from a single parcel, named 'Justice'. A more exotic profile, with a distinct salinity and flintiness framing the rich fruit. Reminiscent of something from the Jura more than Burgundy. 

Domaine Goepp, Klevener De Heiligenstein 2021

Klevener de Heiligenstein is the rarest type of wine in Alsace, produced from the Savagnin Rose varietal of which there are only 40 hectares located in the municipality of Heiligenstein. The Goepp brother have some, nearly 30 year old vines, grown on clay-siliceous soil in the hills under the Vosges at the foot of Mont Sainte- Odile. The varietal is distinguished by a softer aromatic palette, more mineral and with greater length in the mouth than its cousin, the Gewurztraminer. It has something of the exotic about, similar to Savagnin, this is a wonderful example with an oxidative edge, that is good to drink now, but will also age wonderfully. Unique, powerful and complex, grab this while you can, as we didn't get much. 

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