Sauvignon Blanc has an intensely fruity nose, with fragrances of all kinds of tropical fruit. The taste follows the nose with aromas of mango, passion fruit and papaya. Its typical minerality is supported by the vivid acidity, summing up in a very refreshing white wine.
The white grape variety Sauvignon Blanc seems to have found its true home in New Zealand: Here, very special aromatic wines are produced, which, with a concise acidity, provide a very special freshness in the glass. The emphasis in this wine is on the tropical, exotic notes: Pineapple, mango and passion fruit invite you to a firework of aromas!
The Awatare Valley in the Marlborough region of New Zealand's South Island is known for its cool climate, which is mainly influenced by its proximity to the Pacific Ocean. The wines produced in the region have intense vegetal aromas. One finds tomato leaves and green peppers on the nose, while the finish ensures drinkability through a concise acidity and effervescence.