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Cook Strait Sauvignon Blanc, Wyebrook Estate, Marlborough

Cook Strait Sauvignon Blanc, Wyebrook Estate, Marlborough

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Cepages:
Sauvignon Blanc
Description:
Lively and crisp, with passionfruit and herbaceous notes underpinned by hints of citrus.
Origin:
South Island
Vintage:
2018
Alcohol %:
12
Colour:
White
Country:
New Zealand
Group:
New Zealand
Bottle Size:
75cl
Closure:
Screwcap
Wine Code:
0610
Other Info:
Wyebrook Estate is a small vineyard on the edge of town in Blenheim, in the renowned wine region of Marlborough, New Zealand. Cook Strait (Māori: Te Moana-o-Raukawa), is named after Captain James Cook the first European commander to sail through it in 1770, lies between the North and South Islands of New Zealand. Wyebrook's philosophy is to grow fresh wine, with minimal interference with nature - both in the vineyard and the winery, although they are not officially classed as an organic producer. Wyebrook Estate is a small vineyard owned and managed by long-time Marlburians and winegrowers, Steve and Steph Fisher who also run a vineyard management service and a winery maintenance supply centre.

A bright and fresh Sauvignon Blanc with tropical aromas on the nose. The palate is lively and crisp, with passionfruit and herbaceous notes underpinned by hints of citrus and ripe lemon with depth and length on the finish.

Press:
"This Sauvignon Blanc from the small Wyevale Winery is bright and fresh with tropical aromatics on the bouquet. The palate is lively and crisp, with passion fruit and herbaceous notes, underpinned by hints of citrus and ripe lemon with depth and length on the finish" - Bob Campbell, Wine Journalist & Author.
Awards:
Top Small Marlborough Producer - New Zealand Wine Awards.

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Great with Goat's Cheese salads or seafood.

 
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