If ever there was a wine made to meet the ever-evolving demands of the British wine drinker, this is it. It's an oak-free zone and the blend of four grapes (Colombard, Ugni-Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc and Gros-Manseng) make a refreshing, dry white wine that isn't too heavy on the alcohol either. Competitively priced, it's a wine-rack essential for sharing with friends, taking to dinner parties and enjoying at your leisure,
87 Points - The Wine Gang, 'This typical South West blend of Colombard, Gros Manseng, Sauvignon Blanc and Ugni Blanc is punchy and vivacious, a touch of elderflower and grapefruit, before a dry, balanced and easy-drinking palate - but real flavour punch. Great summer stuff with only 11.5% alcohol' June 2016 (2014 vintage)
Domaine de Pajot
This 32-hectare estate is predominantly planted with white grape varieties. Colombard, ugni-blanc, gros-manseng and sauvignon blanc thrive on the sand and silt vineyards overlooking Eauze, the capital of Armagnac. The result is stunningly characterful and much-loved white wines.