A crisp white this week, and you can't go wrong with a vibrant False Bay Sauvignon Blanc.

This wine is refreshing, zesty and remarkably good value for a South African sauvignon blanc.

A fragrant nose with classic citrus characteristics, flavours of greengage and a subtle mineral finish.

The grapes for this wine are sourced from three sites across the Cape, Durbanville with an aromatic cooler climate, Paardeberg for more tropical fruit, and, finally, the Waterkloof estate in Stellenbosch. All are blended together in Waterkloof under the watchful eye of award-winning winemaker Werner Englebrecht.

For a food match we selected a simply grilled sea bass with herb pesto and sundried tomatoes. If you’re not fond of fish, a goats cheese salad also works well with the wine’s minerally finish.

The 2010 False Bay wine is available from Windermere Wine Stores priced £6.99 a bottle.

Faye Ramsey is a wine connoisseur and owner of the Porto Restaurant in Bowness