Grape Variety: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Growing Region: Marlborough, New Zealand
Owner / Winemaker: Jules Taylor

Well finally after a staggered start, summer has arrived and so have the summer BBQ’s and fresh cuisine, including fish, shellfish and salads a plenty. So to match many of these fresh flavours you need a bright, lively and crisp white wine - so enters Sauvignon Blanc.
The fruit for this quality Sauvignon Blanc was grown in the Hawkesbury, Lower Wairau & Awatere Valley sub regions of Marlborough. Each parcel of fruit was chosen for its specific contribution to the aroma, flavour and structure of the final blend.


You have heard the saying ‘less is more’ well for Sauvignon Blanc in order to encourage the flavours of each individual vineyard parcel to come through in the final blend - Jules kept the winemaking deliberately simple. The grapes were harvested, pressed and cold settled over a period of 48 hours. After racking off juice lees, fermentation was cool and long - using selected yeast strains. Post fermentation, the components were blended, stabilised and then quickly bottled to retain freshness.
In the glass you are greeted by a radiant light yellow hue, tinged with a green edge. On the nose aromas of elderflower and currants dominant, underpinned with notes of citrus and passion-fruit. The palate has fresh herbal flavours - that are layered over tropical fruit and citrus notes. A fine stream of natural acidity ensures the flavours are focused and lead to a delicate yet persistent finish with an underlying mineral character. Chill and serve at 8-9°C.

Gold Medal - New Zealand International Wine Show 2012.

Drinking perfectly well this summer season; and through to the end of 2013.
Perfect wine match with shellfish, freshly caught white fish and a freshly tossed summer salad, enjoy.