‘Don’t miss this Champagne!’ say Decanter’s connoisseurs If you’re looking for a great artisan Champagne to greet your friends and celebrate as often as possible, this delicious wine from micro-négociant Dosnon Champagne is an unmissable choice. As the connoisseurs from Decanter note, ‘Good-value Champagnes are hard to find, so don’t miss out on this cuvée from a micronégo- ciant that specialises in small quantity and value!’ Certainly Henri Dosnon NV Brut gives quality and value you just don’t get from the region’s dominant larger producers. Medium-bodied, with ripe red and green apple flavours it has good fresh acidity and persistent flavour. Wine Spectator, awarding an amazingly high 91 points, note, ‘Harmonious, bright, enlivening, flavours of canteloupe, star fruit, pastry cream and lemon preserves and a spiced finish that lingers.’ Dosnon Champagne make small quantities of quality wine at great prices. Highly recommended. Case of 12 bottles. Code HD18RW04. RRP £360. CCUK £279. Delicious Maconnais for the turkey Smooth, long and golden, this Saint- Véran from the highly regarded Domaine Perraud is buttery, complex and deli- cious. Great fruit shines through the crispness. Balanced and ripe, it offers melon and citrus fruits on the nose and a smooth, round palate, with classic white Burgundian minerality and a long finish. This delicious Maconnais is full-bodied and elegant. It goes beautifully with rich fish dishes such as turbot and Dover sole, and with roast chicken and turkey. 100% Chardonnay. Case of 12 bottles. Code SV16LW15. RRP £264. CCUK £197. Superb quality New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc: only £119 A top quality Marlborough Sauvignon at an open-whenever-you- like price, Peter and Jane Clark’s premium single-vineyard Sauvignon Blanc is a super example of what New Zealand does best. It has aromas of gooseberry, citrus and grapefruit, with bright, crisp, clean and pure flavours of ripe citrus, pleasing fruitiness bal- anced by crisp acidity, a rich, creamy texture, the distinctive miner- al tones of Marlborough’s Awatere River, and a long, dry finish. The Clarks run their vineyard as a family, doing most of the work themselves: their attitude is summed up on their coat of arms: ‘Arte et Marte’ (‘With Skill and Fighting’). The Telegraph Wine Club has offered this wine at £12 a bottle (£144 per case), but of course our Members have an exclusive deal, a real El Snippo. Case of 12 bottles. Code CE01RW04. RRP £165. CCUK £119. The finest of all Soaves: Pieropan ‘La Rocca’: Members save £70 a case Rich and opulent, Pieropan ‘La Rocca’ is rightly renowned as the finest of all Soaves. This delicious 2016 vintage is golden yellow, with intense, concentrat- ed perfumes which follow through to the palate. Classic ‘La Rocca’ aromas of almond essence and honey lead to an elegant and beautifully balanced palate, with notes of vanilla and almond kernel, ripe apricots and exotic fruit, and a long finish. ‘La Rocca’ has legendary keeping qualities. Perfect with smoked salmon and more. Case of 12 bottles. Code LR16LW15. RRP £360. CCUK £289. Devilishly good Gold Medallist, only £115 For a simple, delicious aperitif or wine to serve with light fish dishes, the Gold Medal winning Ponte del Diavolo, Friuli Grave, Sauvignon Blanc is devilishly good. Fruit flavours—lemon, grapefruit—with notes of stewed apple and spice on a well-balanced, medium body. Case of 12. Code PD14LW15. RRP £140. CCUK £115. 272