typical well made Marlborough nz sauv Blanc.
100% organic sauvignon Blanc.
wild yeast 4 months stainless steel fermentation.
medium + acidity.
tropics, citrus and the greeness. cat pee and everything.
papa who's not a wine lover liked it a lot.
much better as it got warmer.
paired well with excellent tripoli style food takeaway.
tshirshi (spicy pumpkin salad), couscous with beans and chard (tbeha=heaven) and spicy pickles.
family meal blockbuster.
this is entry level, I'd love to taste the pricier oaked ver. — 16 days ago
Pop and pour. A superb medium dark garnet with bricking. On the nose: very aromatic with cherry, smokey, floral, potpourri, vanilla, and plum. Taste: smooth, rich, medium plus body wine with blueberry, spice, earth, oak, tea, and a minerally tart cherry medium plus finish. A graceful mature pinot to kickoff Friday night! Cheers! — 2 days ago
Wonderful Sauv! Balanced, great acid, crisp, lemon and mineral zest, ocean stone. (@ Indie Cafe - 4.8 - Great!) — 13 days ago
Friday night and the wine of the evening is the 2018 Glover Family Vineyard Zephyr Pinot Noir. This is from Marlborough New Zealand.
On the nose there is chrrry, raspberry, cranberry, clove, spice, herbs, rose petals, faint oakand earth.
On the palate is juicy red fruit, cherry, raspberry, strawberry, clove, mushroom and a nice earthy feel.
This wine is medium bodied that has good tension and a smooth mouthfeel, medium + acidity and medium to medium + fine tannins which leaves you with a long fresh red fruit finish. Have a great weekend and please be safe and healthy. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷 — 16 days ago
Pale lemon with aromas of stone fruits with wafts of blossom, spice & smoke. On the palate rich ripe apple and pear with a touch of zesty citrus fruits, crisp, with vanilla notes. Nice creamy mouthfeel, vivid acidity, medium+ finish ending with citrus mineral and floral spice character. — 8 days ago
The Eyrie Vineyards, Pinot Gris, from the Dundee Hills of Oregon. Vintage 2017. ABV 12.5%.
Bright citrus and tart melon and cantaloupe notes with some salinity and wet stone influences. Very refreshing and youthful.
Easy to pair with food, we have paired it with roasted bok choy, aubergine, and brown jasmine rice. It goes nicely and doesn’t compete with the tamari and sesame flavors. — 4 days ago