burgundyEngland14 Tern Valley, Phoenix2006 £17.50An astonishing first vintage from a wineyard outsideMarket Drayton. Dry, but aromatic, it is made fromthe Phoenix grape varietyFrance15Gewurztraminer – Andre Lorentz2005£22.50Has typical lychee flavour and mouth-puckeringdry finish16Château Haute-Fontaine Blanc Classico 2007£17.50(Vermentino, Marsanne & Grenache Blanc)Citrus fruit aromas and palate with long refreshingfinish! Produced by the Dudson family.17Sancerre ,“Les Godons”, 2008£27.00Domaine Philippe RaimbaultA truly outstanding Sancerre with a fabulousrichness of fruit complimented by a crisp, lively acidity to givea wonderful balance18Chateuneuf du Pape White 2006£32.00Domaine du Vieuz LazaretMade with a blend of four grapes varities, Grenacheblanc, Clairette, Bourboulenc & Roussanne fromJérôme Quiot. Fruity with a full dry flavour19Pouilly-Fuisse “ Cuvee vignes blanches”2006£40.00Domaine Saumaize MichelinA superb dry white burgundy, with a golden colourtinged with emerald green. Fabulous acacia and violet aromas,with a wonderful smooth, soft almond-like flavour20Petit-Chablis “La Chablisienne”2007£24.00La Chablisienne make exemplary Chablis. Since 1923they have been harvesting and vinifying wines whichreflect the mineral richness of the Chablis soil21Chablis 1er cru, “Les Vaillons”Domaine Billaud-Simon2004£48.00Hand-crafted Chablis from one of the region’s superstars.Stardom often carries a big price tag but here the pricereflects the sheer quality of the wine, you will struggleto find anything better or truer to its origins22Puligny Montrachet, 1er cru “Les Clavoillons”Domaine Chavy2000£80.00Magnificent Puligny from a very fine vintage. Leading whiteBurgundy grower Gerard Chavy has some brilliantly sitedvineyards in Puligny, of which this is probably the best.