“Hawke’s Bay may seem a bit warm for New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc but this wine shows greater restraint and elegance than most of the stuff coming from cool climate Marlborough. If you’ve had enough of the sheer pungency of the Kiwi style and want something that veers towards the Loire, this is your wine. It’s very, very dry and the acidity is positively steely; in other words, not your typical New World Sauvignon. Great price too.” Tom Doorley, The Sunday Tribune.
by Traci Gates | October 14, 2018