- In Rioja we have really good conditions for white wines, even if we’ve always been recognized for our reds!
- We had a strike of luck in the region around 25 years ago with the appearance of a new grape variety called Tempranillo Blanco. From one shoot 25 years ago, now we have around 500 hectares in Rioja, and the possibility to enjoy a delicious new grape variety.
- It’s a fresh and crispy white wine with pear and apple and a rounded mouth feeling with a great balance. It’s an opportunity for Angels to try something really different and exclusive.
- Like Sauvignon Blanc? Then you’ll love this. Ben selects exclusive parcels of grapes from a co-operative high up in the Languedoc hills, making a beautifully fresh, zippy white.
- 'Pic-de-What?' you say... Yes, it's got a funny name. And yes, it comes in a funny looking bottle. But that's exactly why it doesn't cost an awful lot more.
- his little-known wine won't be little-known forever and this vintage just picked up a medal at this year's IWC awards. So you really should get in now before everyone else does.
- This wine was a blast to make. Deciding on which varieties to put in the blend, spending time with the grower on how to deal with them differently, when to pick, how to process into wine - so many absorbing forks in the road and I loved every minute. Waipara makes beautiful aromatic wines and I was keen to put a different slant on this.
- Naked have been completely supporting my endeavours to produce interesting and delicious wine from a small and often unknown region. Through the incredible journey that was the crowd funding to help me get off the ground, their continual support and the total enthusiasm they have shown for my wines, I have been able to concentrate on picking, pressing, fermenting and blending these unique wines for Naked and the Angels.
- Beautiful, light and ethereal on the nose with quite a bouquet of lychee, citrus fruits and freshly picked white spring flowers. A fresh and lengthy palate carries the citrus fruits throughout with a hint of fruit sweetness but finishing dry. Great by itself or with light meals.
Dom Maxwell, Winemaker
- I've spent most of my winemaking career in Tuscany ... but thanks to Naked Angels I’ve been given the opportunity to turn my hand to a spectacular white wine from Veneto.
- It’s very rare that a Tuscan winemaker gets the chance to work in this region. Thanks to your funding and support, together we have made it a reality!
- My Delle Venezie is intensely fresh, fruity and flavoursome white with just the right crispness and length. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it..
- Beerenauslese literally means 'select harvest of berries' and that's exactly what Gerd has done to create this 37.5cl bottle of unctuous sweet goodness!
- The juicy Scheurebe and Riesling grapes are left on the vines to develop a gorgeously intense sweetness and concentration of flavour.
- Just wonderful with a huge slice of lemon meringue pie and a generous serving of cream. Perfection.
- Bill and Claudia don't do things by halves - and this beautifully crafted taste of the extraordinary is no different. Named 'Et Al' because it includes a little bit of everything glorious you'd expect from a fresh, fragrant white wine.
- From the moment you pour your first glass, you'll get the heavenly floral hints of Pinot Gris. Top that off with the refreshing crispness of cool-climate Pinot Blanc and a little Pinot Noir, and you have a wine that's steeped in gorgeous, rounded fruits with a lusciously luxurious finish.
- It is a little different, but that doesn't stop it from being downright delicious. Grab yourself a few bottles, lightly chill them and get ready to be (very pleasantly) suprised.
- You may not have heard of the Pecorino grape before - that's because the Italians tend to hog it all to themselves!
- Luckily our Christian's a very well-connected chap. He pulled a few strings to secure a cracking deal on a parcel of pristine Pecorino grapes. And you voted in your hundreds to give him the Angel funding to make a jaw-dropper of a white.
- Imagine the pure gluggableness of a Pinot Grigio, with the citrusy zing of a Sauvignon Blanc – it manages to pull off the amazing trick of being flavoursome, yet super-crisp at the same time.
- As a Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay fanatic I thought these should be the leading components of the Angels Selection. After many days of blending and looking at possible partners for the Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay I stumbled upon this lovely third C called Colombard, the wine just lifted the already fruity nose into a new dimension.
- Naked helped me fund this amazing and exciting project. If not the case, these wines would have possibly been sold in bulk and this bottle of pleasure would never have been able to reach you. Well done Naked for having a nose to smell out the best.
- The Chardonnay gives this wine depth, a creamy mouthfeel and some exciting minerality, the pineapple and lovely tropical fruit come from the Chenin Blanc and the third C, Colombard just lifts the nose with citrus and a spicy edge on the finish. . . YUMMY!
- This Austrian wine was selected by 100's of Wine Bloggers at the European Wine Bloggers's Conference in Vienna. Which means as well as us, a whole load of computer geeks love it too!
- It's an amazing blend of 13 different grape varieties, dominated by Gruner Veltliner, so it has lots of complexity sitting around its core of lemony-lime fruit and wonderfully zingy finish.
- Perfect with sushi, Thai Green Curry or as a Sunday lunchtime kick-starter.
- Vermentino is an emerging varietal in Australia. Despite the hot, dry conditions in which it is grown, it maintains a good level of natural acidity, which makes it very appealing as a varietal for Australia.
- My Dream Reality Vermentino has a lovely, lifted aromatic nose of white peach, with wild herbs and citrus blossoms. It is mouth-filling and juicy, with an intensely flavoured palate of zesty citrus and white stone fruits, with a lovely creamy texture and a refreshing, long finish.
- This Vermentino is a blend of the same wine, made as two parcels, in very different ways. One in a fresh, zesty and racy style, and the other in a more full bodied, complex and textural style. It offers great value as it's a unique offering that is very hard to find...and it's delicious!
Jen Pfeiffer, Winemaker