It’s rare to see wines made with Muscat outside of France and Italy, so I was more than a little surprised to find one from Chile! A pale gold coloured wine with flecks of green; subtle peach and orange blossom aromas with a hint of rose water and lychee to them. Clean, fresh and crystalline fruit dominate this wine. Medium-light bodied, with an acidity that seems on the low side at first, but I suspect that has more to do with the balancing effect of the trace sweetness present as it still has a fresh Sherbet lemon presence that tingles and lingers. There are peach and citrus fruit on the palate that are ripe but crystal clear and clean. It’s a fresh clear subtle white for summer that’s all about dew-beaded fruit straight from the fridge. Love it and it keeps getting better; few wines under £15 are this captivating without relying on lees or oak aging… Let alone under £8! This is all about the fruit and the better for it. £6.99 from the mighty Co-op or £7.49 from Majestic Wines (with 2 or more bottles in your case).