I found myself missioning over to Dalla Terra in the heart of Covent Garden often after a friend introduced me to it. It’s a borough I don’t visit often as I prefer secluded, quiet spaces. Dalla Terra sits in a courtyard and it’s the perfect place to go for an afterwork wine or girls evening. With an astonishing wine collection mostly from Italy and samples of the world, they have an extensive menu with delicious food and plenty of people to help you choose the right wine. It’s why I decided to reach out to Dalla Terra to help me understand what are some great spring wines I should look forward to in the coming months!
A popular request all around the year, chardonnay is a green-grape white wine variety that originates from France. It comes in two varieties, one that is oak-age with a bit of a denser flavor that appeals to men. The second being stainless steel, which produced is a crisp, floral and citrusy flavor-popular among the women for spring wines!
An early-ripening white wine with a full body and moderate-acidity. With flavors and aromas of yellow fruits, spices like ginger and white pepper, and nuts. This is a crowd favorite of all spring wines.
A yellow-green grape variety coming from the central part of Italy. It’s a softer white wine with aromas that are elegant with touches of nuts and citrus and sometimes scents of almonds.
This is my favorite of spring wines and I’ll go for it any time of the year! Grown in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria, it is moderately bodied with flavors of lime. The wine comes with crisp flavors that are ideally paired with its originating region’s dishes of freshly caught fish.
One of the most prominent white wines in the sparkling variety. They are commonly dry and undergo a secondary fermentation in a stainless steel tank. It is particularly sweet and goes flat faster in comparison to champagne.
What are some spring wines you love?