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Now’s the per­fect time to net a fresh white to ac­com­pany seafood, says Sam Wylie-Har­ris

■■Taste the Dif­fer­ence Mus­cadet Sevre et Maine 2017, France (£7.50, Sains­bury’s). Flavours of crisp lemon, ap­ple and melon are well bal­anced with a good min­er­ally edge and fresh acid­ity. ■■Fruit Orches­tra Chenin Blanc Viog­nier 2018, South Africa (£8, The Co-op­er­a­tive, in store only). A fine and fruity blend, cit­rus and flo­rals meld with ap­ple and trop­i­cal fruit, and there’s a burst of juicy fresh­ness. ■■Berry Bros & Rudd White Bur­gundy 2017 by Collovray & Ter­rier, France (£12.50, Berry Bros & Rudd). The peachy, cit­rusy flavours are el­e­vated by brisk acid­ity push­ing the flavours for­ward, with a stony min­er­al­ity.

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