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Aile d’Argent 2013, A.C Bordeaux£85.00 More info & buy
Rich, complex and elegant, Aile d’Argent is unquestionably one of the finest dry white wines of Bordeaux. In the early 1980s Philippine de Rothschild planted a few acres of the Château Mouton vineyard with white grape varieties. It is the only white wine produced and the Chateau, and offers incredible drinking in its youth and has the potential to evolve when stored correctly.
Apaltagua Colección Blanc Limited Edition 2015, San Antonio, Chile£16.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality, rarity and complexity. Less than 375 cases of this limited edition wine were produced in 2015. The blend consists of Rousanne, Marsanne and Viognier collected from the cool San Antonio Valley in Chile. The cool coastal climate provides piercing aromatics and zippy acidity.
Aussières Blanc, Pays d’Oc IGP£11.25 More info & buy
Château d’Aussières was acquired by Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) in 1999, undertaking a vast rehabilitation program. Aussières Blanc is the only white wine produced at Château d’Aussières. The wine retains a wonderful sense of freshness with a distinct aromatic profile.
Baroness Nadine 2015, Western Cape, South Africa
£26.95More info & buy
Baroness Nadine is the only white wine produced at Rupert and Rothschild Vignerons in South Africa. An intricate vinification process results in a rich and complex wine. Baroness Nadine provides a creamy southern Burgundian style at just a fraction of the price of its French counterparts. This ever improving wine now ranks among the finest whites’ in the Rothschild portfolio.
Baronne Charlotte 2014, AC Graves£19.95 More info & buy
This wine is part of the Heritage range from Baron Phillippe de Rothschild. Baronne Charlotte is a dry white wine which offers fantastic value for money. This blend is Semillon rich with just a splash of Sauvignon Blanc.
Chablis Vigne de La Reine 2015, A.C. Chablis£23.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. This Chablis is exclusive to Waddesdon, and only a few hundred cases are made annually. The fruit used to produce this wine is collected from a single parcel in the Mignote Valley, which enjoys a very specific microclimate, allowing the grapes to reach optimum ripeness. The resulting wines therefore possess a distinct richness and fruit forward character.
Chardonnay, Pays d’Oc IGP£8.95 More info & buy
Part of Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s Pays d’Oc varietal range. A crisp Chardonnay, matured in stainless steel enabling the retention of fresh juicy fruit without the presence of oak.
Derthona Timorasso 2011, Colli Tortonesi, Italy£24.95 More info & buy
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. The vast majority of our guest wines are of rarity or in some cases are completely exclusive to Waddesdon Manor. Timorasso passes under the radar of most wine drinkers, which is a shame, because when in the hands of a quality producer the results are stunning. The fruit profile is almost savoury and the body is full and weighty.
Escudo Rojo Chardonnay, Casablanca, Chile£15.95 More info & buy
Escudo Rojo, launched in 1999 by Baroness Philippine de Rothschild, is the result of an encounter between Chilean soil and Bordeaux expertise. The range now consists of seven wines and covers several valleys in the viticultural heaven that is Chile. This is one of the more recent additions to the range, and quality like this is always welcome. This Chardonnay, unlike Los Vascos chardonnay, has been matured in a little oak which lends body, texture and toasty flavours. This particular vintage has seen old oak for eight months.
Le Merle Blanc de Chateau Clarke 2016, A.C. Bordeaux£22.00 More info & buy
Le Merle Blanc was initially produced around the middle of the 19th Century and at the time was one the most important products of Chateau Clarke. Sadly production of Le Merle Blanc decreased until the vineyard was dominated by Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with no room for white varieties. After acquiring Chateau Clarke In 1973, Baron Edmond was keen to reinstate Le Merle Blanc and pay homage to this forgotten wine. A small part of the vineyard covering just 2ha was identified and planted with Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Muscadelle and Sauvignon Gris.
Légende Blanc 2015/16, A.C Bordeaux£13.50 More info & buy
Legendé is a collection consisting of four wines produced by Domaine Barons de Rothschild (Lafite). The range was introduced in the 1980’s under the name ‘Reserve de Barons’ at the request of friends and family. The wines are intended to provide immediate charm and approachability. The grapes are collected from Lafite’s partnership projects in which technical advisors work very closely with growers to ensure the resulting grapes meet the highest possible standard.
Los Vascos Chardonnay, Casablanca, Chile£12.50 More info & buy
Los Vascos’s own Chardonnay grapes are complemented by a selection of grapes from the Casablanca valley located north between Santiago and Valparaiso, renowned for their great Chardonnay production. Aged in stainless steel, the result is a fresh, flavourful, vibrant wine.