Exclusive White Wine Offers:

Here are some of the best special white wine deals we have just for you!

VIRGIN WINE VOUCHER

Virgin Wines £60 deal


Top 10 Wine Clubs readers receive £60 off their first order with Virgin Wines Discovery Club with a case of 15 bottles of mixed, all white wine or all red wine.

NAKED WINE VOUCHER

Naked Wine £50 Voucher

Naked Wine £50 Voucher - SAVE £50 off your own selection of white wine when you place an order worth £94.99 or more.

 

M&S WINE CLUBS



SAVE UP TO 50% OFF Marks & Spencers Wine Clubs. A great way to try top quality white wine.

White Wine

White Wine Glass and BottleBe it a delicious chilled glass of white wine on a balmy summers evening, or sipping a glass over dinner; here you will fine some of our best deals with a special emphasis on great white wines. These wine deals will give you the opportunity to make huge savings when purchasing white wine, as well as giving you the opportunity to experience some of the best kept secrets from around the world.

We have also compiled a brief white wine guide, giving you details on the white wine types and the key wine producing regions.

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Virgin Wines

Virgin Wines Discovery Club Whites - SAVE £60. Virgin Wines has teamed up with Top 10 Wine Clubs to give our readers a massive £60 off plus an extra 3 free bottles than the standard case so you receive a total of 15 bottles. With 20% off future orders and no commitment this is one of the best wine deals online.

£60

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Naked Wines

Naked Wines Voucher - SAVE £50. Naked Wines have a great range of quality wines and support small winemakers. Browse their selection of white wines and use code TOP10W50 to claim your £50 discount on your total order when you spend £94.99 or more. Like a wine club but with no need to join. Next day & named day delivery available.

£50
£44.99

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Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer New World Discoveries White Wine Club - SAVE £60. Save £59.99 on this introductory offer of 12 bottles of new world white wine. A great way to try a delicious selection of white wine at half price.

£60
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Virgin Winebank Logo

Virgin Wines Winebank Plus - SAVE £40. A fantastic new wine deal from Virgin Wines. Get their great value Welcome Pack worth £69.99. You pay just £29.99 with this £40 voucher! For every £5 you put into the WineBank Plus, Virgin Wines will instantly give you £1 more to spend on any way you like and your credits never expire!

£40
£29.99
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Wine Hound

Wine Hound - World Wine Tour Whites SAVE £20 Enjoy these fabulous whites from Wine Hound’s World Wine Tour. We are delighted to offer our customers this great introductory wine deal for our newest partner Wine Hound. Save £20 on your order with this exclusive wine discount code Top20.

£20

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Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer Contemporary White Wine Club - SAVE £50. Save £49.99 as an introductory offer to Marks and Spencers Contemporary White Wine Plan. A hand-picked selection of 12 bottles of red wines with a balance of countries, regions and grape varieties.

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£49.99
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5 Stars

Naked Wines

Naked Wines Voucher - SAVE £40. Naked Wines have a great range of quality wines and support small winemakers. Browse their selection of white wines and use code TOP10WINE to claim your £40 discount on your total order when you order £79.99 worth or more. Like a wine club but with no need to join.

£40
£39.99

TOP10WINE

Virgin Wines

Virgin Wine Bank - SAVE £40 - is a new innovative wine plan where you pay a regular sum into your "account". Virgin Wines then pay you quarterly interest just like a bank but with much higher returns. Choose what you like from their selection of quality white wines and take £40 off the total.

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Formula Wine

3D Wines - SAVE £20 on a vineyard partnership. Use voucher code TOP10WINES to claim your discount. Prices start from £79 a year. Over 30 vineyards to choose from. All the prestige, none of the hard work, but your own exclusive wines and a friendship with a top winemaker in a family run vineyard.

£20
£59.00

TOP10WINES

Waitrose Wine Direct

Waitrose Whites - SAVE UP TO 33% - Offers you savings of up to 33% on a selection of white wines. Waitrose was awarded Supermarket of the year 2009 by Decanter World Wine Awards.

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Vintage Roots

Vintage Roots - SAVE £20. Vintage Roots, organic wine specialists, have teamed up with Top 10 Wine Clubs to give you a special wine deal for our customers with £20 OFF your first order, just use code TOPV.

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White Wine Guide

Here are some of the best known and not so well known white wine grape varieties:

Chardonnay :

In Burgundy, CHARDONNAY ranges in quality from bland to intense and in style from oaked to unoaked and from the minerally, unoaked, lean, bone dry Chablis style to the richer, classically hazelnutty intense dry whites of the Côte de Beaune. This is also the case for the new world, CHARDONNAY varies from the melon, apple and grapefruit cool climate styles to more tropical fruit styles with flavours of peach, mango, lime and pineapple. As a non-aromatic variety, its affinity with oak brings both a textured, buttery roundness as well as smoky, clove and cinnamon-spice and nutty features.

Sauvignon Blanc:

SAUVIGNON BLANC is at its most fragrant and fresh in the cooler climate of the Loire Valley (north western France) where cut-grass, nettles, elderflower, blackcurrant leaf and gooseberries are the key flavours with minerally, zesty, flinty undertones. It is at its most assertive in the pungently catty, elderfloral style of Marlborough in New Zealand, where, depending on ripeness levels it ranges from green bean, tinned pea and asparagus flavours and the riper, more tropical characters of grapefruit, guava, passion fruit and mango.

Riesling:

In its heartland of the Mosel and Rheingau Valleys, RIESLING produces elegant wines with crisp, lime, lemon, apple and peach flavours and honeyed richness. In the Mosel it is said to become slatey, which is easier to describe as minerally, developing honey, petrol and kerosene-like flavours. In Alsace it can be more floral and perfumed, while Australian RIESLING, particularly from the Eden and Clare Valleys, starts out lime and lemon-like and develops a minerally, keroseney character with age.

Semillon:

SEMILLON varies in character considerably according to its region of origin. In Bordeaux blends with sauvignon, it can be citrusy with a lanoline-textured, waxy, honeyed richness, while Hunter Valley semillon famously develops lime and buttered toast flavours with age, in contrast to the more pungently grass and asparagus-like characteristics associated with cooler climates. Made as a sweet wine, it makes some of the world's most lusciously sweet, exotically marmaladey whites.

Viognier:

The hallmark of the VIOGNIER grape is the scent of spring blossom and jasmine and the rich flavours of apricot and peach. Ripening in warm sunshine, it can become quite heady and exotic with spicy undertones and plenty of body. Because of its spicines sand body, it can be confused in blind tastings with Alsace PINOT GRIS. Best drunk young it is increasingly blended with other white Rhone grapes to give it a more well rounded flavour for a wider apeal.

Chenin Blanc:

CHENIN BLANC in its most classic form in the Loire Valley is full of floral and honeyed aromas and quince and apple-like flavours with good zippy acidity. When cool-fermented as in so many instances in South Africa, it can be quite peardroppy, becoming more peachy in fuller dry whites. With botrytis development in the grapes, it becomers rich in barley sugar and honeyed characters, particularly in tthe luscious sweet wines of the Loire Valley.

Gewurztraminer:

Sometimes equated to walking into the perfume section of a department store, GEWURZTRAMINER is the grape variety with the most overt and recognisable range of aromas in the world. It smells of ginger and cinnamon, fragrant rose petals and pot pourri with a dusting of Turkish Delight and tastes of deliciously exotic lychees and mango. It is so spicy as to be instantly appealing, but its all-encompassing fragrance can rapidly pall. When found in the New World, the characteristics will vary quite significantly giving a different experience altogether. It is not uncommon for Old and New World wines to have very different flavours.

Pinot Gris:

PINOT GRIS / Pinot Grigio (as it is known in Italy), has become increasingly fashionable over recent years traditionally based in Alsace with Reisling, Gewurtztraminer and Muscat. It is none the less considered a "noble variety" providing some of the regions most powerful yet soft wines. It is a pink skinned mutation of the Pinot Noir and is the cousin to the renowned Chardonay. Yet to be fully embraced by mnay growers, Pinot Gris can produce some truly excellent high quality and characterful dry wines, even if the majority tend towards being tart and vapid.

Muscat Blanc:

MUSCAT is best-known for its fragrantly perfumed, grapey quality, whether as a dry white or one of the sweet, fortified MUSCATs grown around the Mediterranean. In its sweet, fortified incarnation, it takes on the aromas and flavours of candied fruits, which can be a little coarse, but, in a good quality MUSCAT, exotically spicy, with suggestions of roses, raisins, crystallised oranges and pineapples. Finer Muscats are responsible for Asti and some of the more fine light sparkling wines. It also makes great sweet wines in southern France and Greece.


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