Given the qualities, this is quite a pity. We were surprised ourselves by the results: Of the 99 samples we had on the table in the last few weeks, more than three quarters were at least very good; we did not come across any really weak wines at all. Even more than the rosés, which are almost always very pleasing, the best whites are able to convince even wine lovers with high expectations - and usually at extremely manageable prices. The best examples of both varieties have freshness, life and backbone with rather moderate acidity at the same time. They are therefore versatile and always prove to be excellent food companions.