Awarded New Zealand Winery of the Year 2015, the World’s Best Sauvignon Trophy, and 95 points for its last vintages, this Kiwi Sauvignon is a sensation. Bob Campbell MW wrote "it practically defines Marlborough Sauvignon." Punchy fresh and tropical.
"My favourite. Absolutely delightful Sauvignon Blanc. Gorgeous vibrant flavours"
Online Review For the 2018 vintage
Owned by the Neylon family, Rapaura Springs has an astonishing track record of Trophies and top points for its wines. The family started their farming career with mussels and apples but found vines much more rewarding. They have vineyards throughout the best sites in Marlborough, and also work with a handful of skilled and loyal growers to gain access to the finest fruit. The result is knock-out wines like this, described by Wine Spectator as “Lip-smacking and juicy, offering mango, lemon and pineapple accents that are bold and energetic.” It’s crafted from grapes taken from premium Wairau, Waihopai and Dillons Point, which lend ripe passion fruit, minerality and leafy notes respectively. Enjoy chilled with spicy seafood or solo.
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