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A quintessential Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc sourced from a number of growers and made by E&J Gallo’s New Zealand operation. The grapes are de-stemmed and lightly pressed, to extract very little tannin ...
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91 Point Beverage Tasting Institute : Bright aromas and flavors of white grapefruit, bell pepper, apple, and lemongrass with a soft, vibrant, bone-dry medium body and a tingling, interesting, medium-long ...
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Refreshingly good! This is classic Marlborough Savvy, with brightaromatic herbal notes and a complete array of aromas the style is famous for. Think sage and fresh mint, followed by delicious tropicalfruits. ...
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The Matua Pinot Noir has blackberry notes and some lovely sweet smoky oak. Mouth feel is initially soft and luscious, held up nicely by the supply tannins for a savory, lingering finish.
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90 Point Wine Spectator - Fragrant and juicy, with apple blossom, lime zest and chive blossom notes surrounding a core of intense and refreshing lemon and grapefruit flavors. A Well rounded expression ...
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Sauvignon Blanc has an enticing bouquet of citrus, passion-fruit, and guava. Its crisp finish is characteristic of Marlborough, New Zealand’s premier winegrowing region, and makes this wine a perfect pairing ...
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The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc displays pale straw with green highlights with aromas of lemon grass, lime peel and elderflower, with background notes of white currant and red pepper. Medium-bodied with white ...
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The grapes of this wine were destemmed and pressed. After cold settling the juice was flash pasturized and fermented very cold at 13°C.The wine was settled, racked and then aged on new French oak for ...
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Sourced from the South Island of New Zealand, this Sauvignon Blanc exhibits complexity and a vibrant zing. Flavors of Meyer lemons and Key limes integrate with hints of grapefruit, gooseberry and citrus, ...
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The Brancott Winery opened in 1977, making it one of the oldest wineries in Marlborough. From producing one of the world’s first grape tipping tanks, the winery has stayed true to its pioneering herigate ...
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Marlborough Sauvignon is always very pale when it is young. As this wine ages it will develop straw and green-gold tints. A melange of gooseberry, passionfruit, and nectarine backed with hints of herbaceousness ...
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Tasting: Color:Light straw with yellow and green hues.Aroma:Citrus and tropical fruits backed by characteristic herbaceous notes for which Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is renowned.Palate:An exuberant wine ...
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Wine Enthusiast 91 Points - his wine boasts subtle black cherries and plums, framed in a bed of toasty, mocha-tinged oak. It’s rich and silky, with a discreet dusting of cocoa on the long finish.
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An intense expression of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, bursting with distinct Awatere Valley aromas of snow pea, kaffir lime and gooseberry. The wine is powerful and refined, displaying vibrant grapefruit ...
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Richly textured with fleshy stonefruit and lemon citrus. Mouthfilling yet balanced with fresh acidity giving it elegant shape and focus After gentle pressing, juice was 100% barrel fermented with a high ...
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The popularity of New Zealand wine has grown exponentially in the past decade as drinkers continue to realize its value and increase their demand. The country is the southern-most wine growing country. It has several major growing regions scattered from north to south and close to the coast with the largest contributor being Marlborough. New Zealand is home to mostly artisanal wineries that put a great emphasis on sustainability.

The grapes experience consistently cool nights in the maritime climate, producing highly acidic wines. White wine lovers will especially favor New Zealand wines. The selection coming from this region is mostly made up of Sauvignon Blanc followed by Pinot Noir and a small variety of others. Get away from the usual choices with a bottle or case of wine from New Zealand. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to find your favorite.

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