‘New World’ wines are those wines produced outside the traditional winegrowing areas of Europe and the Middle East, in particular from Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States (primarily California). ‘Old World’ wines are those to have been produced from countries such as France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Portugal.
We have selected just 3 white wines from our portfolio to give you a flavour of what is available.
Taumata Sauvignon Blanc – A good balance between the varietals herbaceous notes and tropical fruit and citrus character. Taumata is the shortened form of the longest place name in the world – a hill near Porangahau, south of Waipukurau in southern Hawke’s Bay.
ABV: 12% Country: New Zealand Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
Monsoon Valley White – A Thai white wine using grapes sourced from the Chao Phraya Delta showing aromatic notes of citrus and melon character. Crisp acidity, medium body and a sweet, refreshing touch on the finish.
ABV: 12% Country: Thailand Grape: Malaha, Chenin Blanc, Colombard
Scribble Verdelho– Scribble is a range showcasing the best varietals from wine growing regions – in this case the lesser known Verdelho from Australia. The blank back label encourages you to create (and upload to social media) your own tasting notes or scribble oodles of doodles!
ABV: 14.5% Country: Australia Grape: Verdehlo