This is my fourth bottle that I purchased through Wine.com..5 total all rated above 90 by WS. Total for order $100
Oops! This came in a bit over $20 previously stated at $23..my bad!
It has been awhile since I have had a NZ Sauvignon Blanc! Has anyone else noticed as you get older you have to monitor certain foods before having a highly acidic wine (acid reflux)!😩
This SB is great...I would say presenting with less acidity comparably to others
The color is clear with a tinge of yellow. What sets this apart is a fuller body with tropical fruit along with grapefruit and lemon..less of a gooseberry element and a pleasant long finish!
Very enjoyable! — 21 days ago
One of my favourite wines! Two thirds of the grapes were picked early and put through carbonic maceration, leaving the rest to dry on the vines for a bit. Then it was aged in some new and old French oak barrels for a bit, and then it was bottled and sold. The nose is luscious and fruity, with a combination of dark and red fruit. Traces of herbs, such at nettle and mint add some beautiful green tones, while in the depths of the wine is the deep, booming bass of barbecuing meat. This wine has everything. Moderate acidity for length, which also balances the high alcohol. The oak really shines on the palate. Fuck yes. — a year ago
"Church vineyard." From the upper Ahr, with a higher percentage of slate and greywacke, this is coursing with mineral tension, dark fruit, and fine oak integration on a sturdy medium frame. Winner — 3 years ago
Jättegott vin med karaktär och någon smak av grapefrukt — 4 days ago
Marlborough doesn’t solely belong to Sauvignon Blanc, and this Chard is here to prove it. Expansive and palate coating, it tastes of poached pear, ripe yellow apple, brioche, and toasted macadamia. Rich and the spiritual opposite of the same region’s entry SBs. — 2 years ago
This is proper NZ SB. Absolutely love it once the worst chill left the glass. Distinct flint on the nose, followed by gooseberry, grapefruit, grass and (I'm not mad) nuts & boiled potatoes. A lovely mouthful with a long lasting finish. Paid a shade over £20 but happy that its better value than the Greywacke (2015) that I tried beside at £18. My new favourite NZ Sauvingnon Blanc. — 4 years ago
Lemon grapefruit nose, Smokey vanilla palette. Great wine — a month ago