Langton's NZ Sauvignon Blanc Mixed Dozen
The explosion of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, mostly those from Marlborough, changed how the world perceived New Zealand wines with their abundance of primary fruit.
This dozen delivers on all that pleasurable passionfruit promise with four wines; three from Marlborough and the one from Martinborough. Upon arrival, get one of each of these the his late summer wines in fridge, ready to open any night of the week.
In this case you’ll find three each of
Isabel Estate Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough 2017
‘Respect the soil where the grapes grow and allow the unique characters of each vineyard and variety to be expressed in the final wine.’
Isabel Winery philosophy
Craggy Range Winery Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017
‘Quintessential Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with a freshness of flavour and dry finish reminiscent of the stony soils of the region.’
Matt Stafford, Chief Winemaker - Craggy Range Winery
Palliser Pencarrow Sauvignon Blanc, Martinborough 2016
‘Appealingly pure sauvignon blanc, with a mix of ripe stone fruit and nectarine flavours with gentle sweet herb (basil?) characters. A soft-textured wine, with just a hint of sweetness balancing fruity acidity.’
Saint Clair Block 3 43 Degrees Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough 2016
‘Flavoursome sauvignon blanc, with sweet cut grass, guava and a suggestion of nutty lees character. Weighty, mouth-filling wine with a creamy texture. A moderately complex wine with a herbal fruit focus.’