“Bright and fresh, with aromas and flavours of citrus fruit, peach and gooseberry.Located up the road from a US government listening post (hence the name), Spy Valley is one of New Zealand s most acclaimed wineries. Wine Spectator magazine recently declared it to be one of the planet s 20 most...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Bishop's Leap Sauvignon Blanc 2017: - View: Straw yellow, green reflections. - Nose: aromas of white peach, grapefruit, passion fruit, vegetable and mineral notes. - Mouth: aromas of tropical fruit, with a vegetable note and a pleasant...
“I drank it together with my sister.
To me, this 2017 seemed more yellow than other vintages. I noticed scents of lychee and banana. It has a very mild and pleasant flavour.
As I had it between meals I could not pair it.”read
TASTING NOTES OF Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2017 - View: Pale straw yellow with greenish hues. - Nose: A vibrant mix of Kaffir lime, lemon peel, nectarine and orange blossoms. - Mouth: Flavours of citrus fruits, delicious backbone, a structure...
“- TASTING NOTES: Sight: Straw yellow, clean, bright
Nose: fruity aromas, citrus, lime, grapefruit, tropical fruits
Palate: Silky, concentrated, ripe fruit, citrus, lemon, mineral notes
- DETAILS OF PROCESSING: After harvest, the must is placed in the cold for 48-72 hours prior to transposing it....”read
Mission Estate Winery The story begins with a group of French Missionaries who sailed to New Zealand in 1838 with little more than their faith and a few vines. Mission Estate was established by these Missionaries in Hawke's Bay in 1851, where vines were...
“Crisp, fruity and dry with a ripe bouquet of tropical fruit, citrus, passion-fruit and gooseberry. Established in 1851 by the French Marist religious order, Mission Estate Winery is New Zealand's oldest winemaker.”read
TASTING NOTES OF Michael Seresin Chardonnay 2015: - View: pale yellow, greenish reflections. - Nose: Nose tonic, fruity (nectarine, apricot, citrus), hints of toasted almonds and toast. - Mouth: fresh, silky and very fruity palate. APPELLATION: Marlborough....
TASTING NOTES OF Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2018: - View: pale straw color with slight green colouration. - Nose: full of aromas of lime and grapefruit. - Mouth: citronella balanced flavor with a hint of minerality and sweet herbs. APPELLATION: Marlborough...
“Cloudy Bay is the reference wine region of New Zealand and the most internationally renowned brand. It is one of the five wineries of Marlborough, the best wine region of New Zealand (the most northern tip of the South Island). In the nose, this up-and-top Sauvignon Blanc bright citrus aromas of...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Saint Clair Wairau Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2017: - View: Pale straw. - Nose: blackcurrant, passion fruit and green nettle notes. - Mouth: rich flavors of passion fruit, red currant, papaya, cantaloupe, a long, lingering finish. APPELLATION:...
TASTING NOTES OF Mount Nelson Sauvignon Blanc 2017: - View: clear, bright, pale green, straw-colored reflections. - Nose: tropical aromas, citrus fruits, white peach and lemon blossom. - Mouth: a wonderful balance between acidity, richness and volume...
“- Of complex, almost explosive fruitiness the bouquet of world class Sauvignon Blanc is characterized
- The typical aromas of gooseberries and red pepper give this great Sauvignon its racy structure
- The grapes are picked by hand and pressed as whole grapes on arrival in the cellars, put cold,...”read
...region of New Zealand, the region with more sunlight in this country. Clay limestone soil rich in nutrients. GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc PREPARATION: fermented in stainless steel tanks. PAIRING: risotto with pickled lemon, asparagus, fish like salmon, seafood...
“- The grapes of this white wine come from the Waihopai Tak
- Waihopai means of Maori 'hole in the water'
- As the name suggests, there is less rainfall than usual in Marlborough
- The sandy Gerölboden with clay on the surface drained well and provides the vines numerous minerals
- Color a bright...”read
...Marlborough, stone fruit and nettle, delicious acidity, a long lasting finish. APPELLATION: Marlborough. GRAPES: Sauvignon Blanc. PREPARATION: grapes harvested at night, in the coolest day in a state of optimum maturity, transportation...
“- Bishops Leap Sauvignon Blanc is a delicious white wine from Marlborough, New Zealand
- The taste is pretty dry with lots of fruit
- Long finish
- Very nice as an aperitif and goes well with fish or white meat.”read
TASTING NOTES OF Michael Seresin Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2014: - View: medium yellow and bright. - Nose: ripe peaches, mango and freshly cut grass. - Mouth: fresh, with flavors of tropical fruit, medium body and good acidity. APPELLATION: Marlborough....
“I looked over the internet because this wine is not sold in my city.
The typical colour of white. White flowers are perceived in this Michael Seresin Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough. Pleasant, well-balanced.”read
“A refreshing white wine, with notes of citrus fruit and peach.Located up the road from a US government listening post (hence the name), Spy Valley is one of New Zealand s most acclaimed wineries. Wine Spectator magazine recently declared it to be one of the planet s 20 most notable new producers...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Spy Valley Riesling: - View: Pale straw. - Nose: aromas of lemon, wild flowers, nuts, flavors mineral edge. - Mouth: ripe flavors of apple strudel, silky, fine and dry texture. APPELLATION: Marlborough. GRAPES: 100% Riesling. PAIRING:...
“Ripe apple strudel flavours, the texture is silky, fine and dry.Located up the road from a US government listening post (hence the name), Spy Valley is one of New Zealand s most acclaimed wineries. Wine Spectator magazine recently declared it to be one of the planet s 20 most notable new...”read
“Ripe peach, figs and roast nuts. Hints of lemon peel and a delicate floral character.Located up the road from a US government listening post (hence the name), Spy Valley is one of New Zealand s most acclaimed wineries. Wine Spectator magazine recently declared it to be one of the planet s 20 most...”read