I simply couldn’t taste a series of Sauvignon Blancs without including at least one from New Zealand, after all the Marlborough wine province is really known for this variety more than any additional. About 65% of the grapes grown in Marlborough are Sauvignon Blanc. The sunny and dry, yet relatively cool growing conditions and soils with low fertility have a reputation for producing Sauvignon Blanc with particularly unique and intense characteristics.
Sauvignon Blanc from this province is often known to have a grassy character and this is no exception to that rule. The nose is primarily cut grass and mineral
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
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