Top class sauvignon blanc. If you ever visit the cellar door/restaurant just outside Queenstown try their degustation lunch menu. The friendly staff will perfectly pair their wines with some stunning local produce. Don't be in any sort of hurry though, this is an experience to enjoy slowly. Winery Notes: Pale straw in colour with aromatics typical of a lively New Zealand sauvignon blanc displaying fresh vibrant passionfruit and pink grapefruit notes. The variety of ferments adding all their own special nuances to the aromatics. The barrel component adds yet another dimension of ripe stone fruit with subtle creamy notes and texture across the...
Raymond Chan | October 2016. 17.5+/20. Helen has worked very hard at making a style that is suited to her fruit and the district, giving a point of difference to the passionfruity thiol-monsters of the 2016 Marlborough vintage. Elegance, freshness of fruit, more methoxypyrazine gooseberry fruit, bright acidity and delicate textures were the aim, and for this, she’s used some skin contact and 30% in barrel. Very pale straw. The nose is tight and elegant with ripe yellow stonefruits and green stonefruits, and no tropical fruit. On palate crisp and steely with a slippery mouthfeel. Gooseberry fruit with subtle textures and detail. But the...
Bob Campbell - 95 - "A Class Act" Raymond Chan - 18.5/20 Christine Austin - "One of the best Sauvignon Blancs on the shelf this vintage" Cam Douglas - 93 - "highly aromatic with specific aromas of fresh apple, grapefruit & lemon. Drink now and until 2019" Jamie Goode - "Dog Point is one of my favourites, and this 2016 is singing..." Michael Cooper - Five Stars " Highly concentrated and tightly structured, it's a very harmonious wine, arguably the best vintage yet." Mike Cooper "The things I always look for with Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc are firstly its trademark flinty, quartz-like texture, that vital combination of aromatics and rich fruit...
Clear pale lemon in colour. Opulent aromas of pineapple, tropical fruits, lemon balm and fresh cut herbs. Expect a generous and textual mouthfeel from the barrel ferment, minerality, juicy acidity and soft phenolics on the back palate. Bob Campbell MW 93 points. "Fermented with indigenous yeasts in old French oak barrels and barrel-aged on full yeast lees for six months. The result is a richly textural wine with more weight and flavour than I'd normally expect. The wine is savoury rather than fruity - good food sauvignon blanc." BC 18.5/20 - Raymond Chan "Full, light golden yellow colour with some depth, lighter on the rim. This has a fresh...
Tightly bound aromas of gooseberry and green stone fruits melded with piquant fresh herbs, cut grass and minerals, forming a firm and intense core. The mouthfeel is bright, lively and poised with refreshing, lacy acid tension. This is a concentrated thirst-quenching Sauvignon Blanc with juicy fruit. — Raymond Chan Aromatic and quite concentrated sauvignon blanc, with an intriguing mix of lemon zest, subtle tree fruit, nectarine and a suggestion of savoury, nutty character. Complex, linear and long. Very appealing wine. 94 Points. — Bob Campbell MW “Giving plenty of pure, zippy mown grass, elderflower and grapefruit peel notes with a...
Winemaking:- After picking and gently pressing, three distinct vineyard blocks were fermented separately in barrels and tanks before being blended for bottling. Colour Pale straw. Bouquet:- Classic Sauvignon Blanc aromas of bell pepper, grapefruit and citrus zest. Palate Crisp and alive, with sweet pea and tropical fruit flavours. Wood-smoke and mineral nuances from barrel fermentation. Alcohol 9.5 % v/v
~ Buy Six and Pay $29 per Bottle Net ~ Blue Gold / Top 100 2018 Sydney International Wine Awards 5 Stars / Top 10 2017 Cuisine Magazine Cuisine says: Paul Bourgeois and his team at Spy Valley have produced a racy, up-tempo style. It leans toward the lively, green end of the flavour spectrum, with jalapeño and chive notes prominent. There is plenty of flinty texture and drive to this wine. It’s a style that would work fabulously alongside a crayfish bisque.
Buy 6 or more and pay 29sgd per bottle. Ten Sisters Sauvignon Blanc has a delightfully fragrant and complex bouquet with underlying citrus aromas. Single-vineyard sourcing allows the terroir its full expression and elicits a purity of flavors. The palate is bright and elegant with refined acidity and ripe flavors. It has good concentration and length, excellent structure, and a well-balanced finish. The sauvignon blanc is given extended lees contact — more than the majority of Marlborough sauvignon blancs — to create complexity and to bring out fruit flavors. Excellent on its own or with seafood, chicken, pork, salads, and Asian food.
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