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White Wines at Wine Culture

At Wine Culture, we work hard to ensure that options from every major wine producing region in the world are represented in store. Whether it’s Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Margaret River Chardonnay, French Pinot Gris or Italian Pinot Grigio you desire, take a look through our site and find the perfect white wine for you. Best of all, you can buy online, or pop in store to see the range for yourself. 

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  1. Ad Hoc Hen & Chicken Chardonnay 2019

    Wine maker Larry Cherubino sources the fruit for this wine from Margaret River... A pale, beautifully balanced chardonnay with hints of vanilla on the nose and a winning cool climate acidity. Careful oak treatment has resulted in a wine of depth and balance.

    $23.99 per bottle

    $273.49 per case of 12 bottles ($22.79 per bottle )

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  2. Brothers Koerner Chardonnay 2019

    BROTHERS KOERNER CHARDONNAY 2019

    $25.99 per bottle

    $296.29 per case of 12 bottles ($24.69 per bottle )

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  3. Michelet Petit Chablis 2017

    Winery notes. Brilliant pale gold, the colour of rye-straw, sometimes flecked with green. Its aromas are of white flowers (may, acacia) mixed with citrussy notes (lemon, grapefruit) over a mineral base (gun-flint). Notes of peach and other white-fleshed fruits are sometimes encountered. The mouth is light and lively with well-balanced acidity. A spirited attack soon yields to a likeable roundess. A touch of saltiness (iodine) is characteristic. Freshness, body and persistence come together to form a harmonious whole.

    $35.99 per bottle

    $410.29 per case of 12 bottles ($34.19 per bottle )

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  4. Helm Half Dry Riesling 2019

    "Green apple, lime juice, whiffs of shortbread. Has nice gloss to texture, shows some fruitiness and then a lick of golden syrup-honey character but very faint and well integrated. Drips off the palate with flavours, shows vitality and pucker too. Generally quite a soft expression of off dry but so delightful." 93 PointsMike Bennie - The Wine Front

    $24.99 per bottle

    $284.89 per case of 12 bottles ($23.74 per bottle )

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  5. Helm Tumbarumba Riesling 2019

    "This is taut and tight, has that bristle of really fine mineral water minerality, a palate click of very tart lemon juice, something in the wine has me gasp with the breathiness of a bite in raw ginger. A live one here. It’s one for the acid hounds, no doubt, but has this compelling freshness and palate-reset function and generally just does refreshment like ice down your back.  It’s good." 93 PointsMike Bennie - The Wine Front

    $24.99 per bottle

    $284.89 per case of 12 bottles ($23.74 per bottle )

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  6. Bunnamagoo Chardonnay 2019

     

    $19.99 per bottle

    $227.89 per case of 12 bottles ($18.99 per bottle )

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  7. Didier Dagueneau Blanc Fume 2017

    "This is the Domaine’s only wine that is not terroir- or soil-specific and is produced from a blend of four vineyards. Two are plots situated away from the Saint-Andélain hill—one parcel of 15-20 year old vines on flinty-clay soils and another in the lieu-dit of Les Coques on limestone/marl (white clay) soil. This fruit is blended with young-vine parcels from Le Bois de Saint-Andélain itself. With these vineyards decimated by frost we have very little to go around. This is always the Domaine’s most direct and accessible expression of Pouilly-Fumé. It is also a wine that has improved drastically under the direction of Benjamin Dagueneau and now comes far closer to the other wines in the range in quality and class. It was fermented in a mix of new and three- to four-year-old barrels and then matured in both wood and tank. It’s an invigorating and complex wine with a core of jasmine and ripe nectarine fruit, shot through with flint, oyster shell and chervil. The palate has lovely depth and flesh, leading to a long, grippy and saline crescendo. It’s early days, but this is very impressive already. "Importer's Note

    $204.00 per bottle

    $2,325.60 per case of 12 bottles ($193.80 per bottle )

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  8. Didier Dagueneau Pur Sang 2017

    "This is rightly considered one of Dagueneau’s superstars—although in truth, all his wines are. It comes from a densely planted, 30-year-old vineyard in Saint-Laurent-l'Abbaye called La Folie (the madness), about five kilometres north of Saint-Andélain. The vineyard, hidden between two parcels of woodland, is named after the local farmers who thought Didier Dagueneau was mad when he purchased the land, which was not a vineyard at the time and full of huge boulders. Back then it was not even registered as part of the Pouilly-Fumé AOC. It turns out that Didier had done his homework; not only was La Folie a historical Pouilly vineyard, but its vein of pure flint and ludian silica clay (chaille roulées) as well as its gently sloping, south/south-east exposure, made it potentially one of Pouilly’s finest. This site not only ended up being the birthplace of the Pur Sang cuvée, but was also the source of the legendary, ultra-rare Astéroïde cuvée, previously made from 18 rows of ungrafted vines (which have finally succumbed to phylloxera). The 2017 offers up a ripe and hedonistic nose of frangipane, exotic fruits and sea spray. The palate is extract-rich with layers of crunchy pear and tangy pêche de vigne fruit and loads of spice. Most striking is the wine’s extraordinary pulse of chalk and saline quivering across the tension-fuelled, yet fully ripe palate. A thoroughbred indeed."Importer's Note

    $251.00 per bottle

    $2,861.40 per case of 12 bottles ($238.45 per bottle )

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  9. Didier Dagueneau Silex 2017

    "In many ways the ultimate Dagueneau wine, Silex is super-mineral, pure and crystalline, typically a driven, intense and very long-lived wine. Silex means flint and this wine is produced only from the flint-rich soils on the north-facing slopes of the hill of Saint-Andélain. The vines here mostly range between 35 and 65 years old, and yields are kept lower than most other vineyards. Silex is barrel-fermented and aged in the famed Dagueneau cigar-shaped barrels as well as other casks. Because of the soil type, this wine is often intense, regal, and almost austere in personality when young, requiring at least a few years before it begins to truly express itself. The 2017 however is not at all austere and is already wonderful drinking. Expect an intense and layered wine with lemon, lime and orange zest aromatics as well as some smoky notes. The palate is generous and layered with something golden and lactic from the lees that informs the almost creamy texture. This hedonism is balanced by some fine, powdery extract. The length is phenomenal. A fully ripe and already glorious Silex—if anyone wonders why this Domaine is so famous, this wine holds all the answers. As with many of Dagueneau’s wines, it is hard to recognise this as Sauvignon. It is a wine of terroir first and foremost. "Importer's Note

    $318.00 per bottle

    $3,625.20 per case of 12 bottles ($302.10 per bottle )

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  10. Didier Dagueneau Jurancon Les Jardins De Babylone 2015

    "Made in tiny quantities from ridiculously low yields of 100% Petit Manseng, this offers all the purity and precision of Dagueneau’s greatest wines. The pricing reflects the costs of making the wine (via a berry-by-berry selection despite the fact that no botrytis is involved here). To arrive there, Didier previously claimed he simply totalled up the cost of the project each year and divided it by the number of bottles made. Sounds logical enough! The low yields and the warmth of the site means Les Jardins de Babylone can be picked as early as late October; a full month before the grapes for conventional Jurançon moelleux are picked. Even so, the wine usually ends up with approximately 125g/L residual sugar, perfectly balanced by mouth-watering, tangy acidity, rendering a wine with fabulous verve and drive. The 2015 is simply outstanding; layered and pulpy with ripe stone fruit shot through with crystalline grapefruit and orange rind freshness. Deep and yet somehow delicate and fresh, it is both a wine that will live for decades but a wonderful drink now! A release that easily justifies the claim, often made, that this is one of the world’s great sweet wines. "

    $385.00 per bottle

    $4,389.00 per case of 12 bottles ($365.75 per bottle )

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