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- Burgundy has always been one of my favourite regions to work in. My Saint Veran and Pouilly Fuisse are both from the region, and I have always dreamed of making a Macon Villages.
- Thanks to Angel support, I was able to secure some old Chardonnay vines on the slopes of Macon that were perfect for a traditional style white, with no oak influence, that really shows what this appellation can do.
- My Macon Villages is a lighter, refreshing style, with a fresh citrus aroma, clean acidity and a creamy finish.
- Macon Uchizy is one of the lesser known whites from Burgundy, but that's good news, because it means it doesn't cost as much as some of its pricier bedfellows from the region and therefore delivers great value.
- If you are a Chablis lover then this is one for you. It's a bone dry Chardonnay with a lovely minerality and a nice zing to the finish.
- It's a great partner for shellfish, but equally brilliant with more meaty fish dishes, such as monkfish or tuna.
This super-special bottle of bubbly is a one-off wine the Santolins have been working on since the day they joined Naked. Every single year since the beginning, they saved a small parcel of their Chardonnay vintage which they've carefully woven together to create this incredibly rare sparkling wine just for Angels. To celebrate their 10th anniversary with a bang!
You can taste the love in every sip. It’s a classy fizz with lively citrus fruit flavours and a creamy, slightly nutty character, and a soft, crisp finish. Perfect for all your celebrations and festive occasions.
And one little magic detail - the constellation featured on the label is the exact one that shone in the sky the night Adrian and Rebecca first signed up with us all those years ago. So this wine was literally written in the stars.
- N.B. This wine is topless, meaning the winemaker has chosen to bottle it without the foil wrap around the top of the cork to save on waste.
- Naked faves Joost and Miguela Villebois have found a pot of gold in the Loire Valley... to be more exact, pale gold Chardonnay!
- The Loire Valley is the new ‘cool climate’ hot spot for top class Chardonnay. For years it was used exclusively for sparkling Crémant de Loire, despite the amazing aromatic quality of the Chardonnay grapes in their own right. The Villebois decided to put this to the test...
- ...and they did not disappoint! This is a Chardonnay with all the impeccable Villebois style we've come to expect. An oh so elegant blend of peach and pear, with a crisp grapefruit zing to round it all off.
- I first started working in the Yarra Valley over 10 years ago - I've always loved this region for its cooler climate and spectacular beauty. It is has the ideal conditions for producing elegant, balanced, and complex Chardonnay.
- Having the opportunity to make a Chardonnay for Angels in a style that I love to drink, grown by a few premium grape growers that I respect deeply, was an opportunity too good to pass up!
- My Brave Goose Chardonnay is lifted and aromatic, jumping out of the glass with notes of creamy lemon curd, fresh peach and cashew. The palate is both generous and elegant, with layers of complexity from the fruit characters and subtle touch of oak
Nina Stocker, Winemaker
- We've always loved decent Chablis...but never really loved the price of it. Well, this little sister to Christophe's regular Chablis delivers both quality and class, AND great value.
- Pure citrus fruit flavours shine through, with a crisp, clean minerality that makes it an obvious choice for those days when you just want to pop the cork and be thankful you've gotten through another day.
- Should you get the munchies half-way through, try it with a little bit of goat's cheese.
- During our 2018 Summer Tour Johan tempted Angels with two mouth-wateringly good wines and asked them to vote on which one he should hurry home to produce. 4000 votes later we had a winner...
- There’s no ABC (Anything but Chardonnay) excuse here. This one is bursting with citrus and stone fruit flavours with a delightfully crisp finish that will certainly keep you coming back for more.
- So why snap it up? Well, in Johan’s own words; “the fruit was limited, the votes were many, so please buy this as I suspect it will sell out in no time”. You don’t need to tell us twice, Johan.
Chablis superstar Benjamin Laroche is constantly scouting his region for extraordinary parcels of fruit to get his hands on. And from the small town of Chatillon, he bagged a next-level set of old vine grapes that he’s turned into a super-delicious wine just for you.
This special new Chablis is a level-up from your usual Chablis, it’s so crisp, clean and elegant. On the nose, you get aromas of fresh lemon, green apple, and delicate toasty and floral hints. It follows through well on the palate, with yummy butterscotch notes and an intense mineral finish.
A fine, elegant Chablis like this is a cheese-lovers’ dream. Picture yourself sipping on a glass, then gorging on crumbly aged cheddar or a nutty-sweet Comte. Mmm… it’ll make your mouth water.
- In times before whizzy tech and gigantic steel tanks, grape juice was left to ferment on its own accord, spontaneously bursting into action when the conditions were just right. It's a technique winemaker Kobie Viljoen is passionate about, and the old-school method has given this Chardonnay its smooth, creamy, rich almondy flavour.
- To geek-out further still, Kobie can clearly define where all the flavours in his mouth-watering Chardonnay come from. Only half of the wine was oaked, which gives it its pale straw, with flecks-of-gold appearance. It's bursting with citrus fruit and juicy apple flavours from the grapes, and finishes soft and smooth with hints of delicious cinnamon, caramel and vanilla from some time spent in fancy French oak barrels.
- Global lockdowns have hit the family-run winery hard, but thanks to Angel funding, they can continue to source premium grapes from all over Western Cape and craft their high-end wines.
- Jean-Marie has one simple rule when winemaking: less is more. He has kept his vines low in number but been sure to grow them organically and on the best stony soil in the region. Needless to say, the guy knows exactly what he's doing.
- Mâcon-Pierreclos, has an uplifting freshness and elegance characterized by sumptuously ripe and fruity flavours. So uplifting in fact that there's no need to cook up a storm to make this Chardonnay sing, just pop the cork and enjoy as is.
- A spun gold colour on the eye, with an equally golden roundness on the mouth - this is a definite show stopper not to be missed.