D'Arenberg is well-known for offering great value wines, and this extroverted white is a perfect example. It's great fun, not a subtle or particularly complex wine, but bursting with exotic, juicy fruit perfect for a casual gathering with friends or a night in front of the TV. The name comes from the thousands of money spiders that covered the first crop of Roussanne in 2000. It's said that if you show them kindness, they will bring you luck, and so the decision was made to leave them be. By the following vintage the spiders had relocated and the first wine was made. There's no oak or malolactic here, just fresh and fleshy stone fruit flavours, with a good weight and length. Dangerously gluggable.