A ravishing New Zealand Sauvignon – guaranteed to be 100% refreshing. It’s packed with floral peach fruit and zesty citrus flavour, as you’d expect from quality vineyards of the South Island’s Marlborough region and a great family cellar.
"Delicious, fruity wine. A serious contender for my favourite NZ Sauvignon Blanc"
New Zealand’s Marlborough is the hottest ticket out for vibrant Sauvignon Blanc. Customers don’t seem to be able to get enough. So we’ve searched out another class act. First release is the 2017 – a year that had its challenges: wind, rain and earthquakes! But the small crop was perfect, with a ravishing range of flavours. The style this year is marked by lovely fruit ripeness balanced by leafy freshness. In this wine you’ll notice a lifted floral aroma with bright stone fruits, a hint of guava and a bright mineral quality – a touch more delicate than some. It’s made by one of the founding fathers – 30 plus years ago – of the Marlborough wine fraternity. Chill the wine down and enjoy as a glass on its own or with salmon or a spicy stir-fry.
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Our expert wine team have been furiously busy on your behalf. They tasted all 2,500
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All those flavours that might be mingling in your favourite wine - fruit types, oak (or not),
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Next came the boffins, making all those numbers talk to each other. And then out pops the recommendation.
A wine that's one degree of separation away from what you know you like - and so is the next great bottle
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