Colour: Pale straw
Bouquet: A vibrant, perfumed Sauvignon Blanc characterised by freshly squeezed citrus and dried herbs.
Palate: The wines juicy palate and fresh acidity upfront is followed by a soft, round texture.
Food match: Fresh, simple seafood dishes especially oysters. Also compliments goat’s cheese well.
Cellaring: Drinks beautifully now or can be cellared for three to five years.
|Growing Region||Marlborough home vineyards|
|Residual Sugar||3.8 g/l|
|Fermentation||Small proportion of
Our version of the classic aromatic Marlborough style of Sauvignon Blanc. Grapes are hand-picked from eight of our own vineyards within the Wairau Valley. Cropped at an average of 7.5 tonnes/hectare (50hl/ha). The fruit is whole bunch pressed, cold settled before fermentation and 2-3 months aging in stainless steel tanks. A portion of this wine is fermented using indigenous yeast. Bottled without fining.
93 Points – James Suckling
Pungent passion fruit and fragrant melon, Tahitian lime citrus, this really takes sauvignon to another place for Marlborough, exposing the edgy, exciting and minerally possibilities whilst embracing the rampant intensity of fruit. Great acid, mouth-watering from front to back. Drink now.