100% Sauvignon Blanc from 20 year old, sustainably farmed vines planted to clay and sand. Hand-harvested, fermented in temperature-regulated tanks with selected ambient yeasts. 650 cases produced in 2019.
Aromas and flavors of lime, green apple, peach, zesty grapefruit. This wine is on the dry side with plenty of minerality present and a bold acidity. Pairs well with shellfish, vegetarian dishes or goat cheese.
erent exposures of the vineyards, facing North, South or South-east, confer a broad olfactory spectrum. The latter ranges from evident notes of tropical fruit (mango, papaya, passion fruit), due to the South-orientation and therefore to the long afternoon
Expect classic scents of lemon and citrus from the Sauvignon Blanc with a subtle minerality and creamy roundness stemming from the Macabeo varietal. Pair this herbacious blend with similar green herbs such as parsley, rosemary, basil, cilantro or mint.
The 2017 Sauvignon Blanc has a delicate aroma eliciting gooseberry, green apple, and coriander leaf. The wine tastes cool and juicy with a crisp natural acidity. The finish is elegant and balanced: perfect for seafood, delicate flavours, or as an aper
Sunshine and a warm, golden-straw color jump from the glass, while the heady scent of Meyer lemon, orange blossom, and pineapple swirl in unison. Each sip reveals lux layers of tropical fruit, green apple, and key lime. The creamy texture and surprisingly
Glowing in the glass, the aromatics concentrate with notes of lemongrass, fresh cutgrass and hints of lavender, cream and jasmine. On the palate, the entry is all acidity but with a serious mid-palate—lively flavors of kiwi,lime and intriguing minerality.
Founded in 1985, Cloudy Bay was among the first 5 wineries to be established in New Zealand. Since then, innovation, meticulous attention to detail and regional expression have been the guiding principles of Cloudy Bay, committed to producing wines that e
The Pellé family has been my favorite producers of Menetou-Salon since I was first introduced to the wines of Henri Pellé back in the mid-1990s. Their 2018 Morogues bottling is every bit as good as one would expect from this flagship estate in a top v