16,50 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(22,00  / 1 L)

Out of stock

 

Fresh and fine: this is how we love New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

Main Divide is the local name for the Southern New Zealand Alps, the backbone of New Zealand’s South Island, where the excellent grape material for this Sauvignon Blanc comes from. The vineyards in the Waipara Valley region were chosen for their special quality and the ability to show regional character in the wine. The grapes were specially harvested at different times to obtain a particularly wide range of ripe but still fresh aromas. After pressing, the juice was immediately fermented cool in the steel tank to give the wine its special freshness. For the certain palate feeling, the wine was allowed to lie on its natural yeast (sur lie) for a while.

 

And this is how the Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc tastes

On the nose, the Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc shows lively tropical fruit aromas of lychee and passion fruit, as well as a fiery minerality. Behind it are hints of gooseberry, citrus and dried herbs. On the palate you can immediately feel the great mouthfeel paired with liveliness, which develops into a fresh, dry finish.

2018 Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc

 

And the Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc goes well with this

As an aperitif alone, the Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc is fun. But it also goes well with white fish, be it grilled or steamed. It is also great for summer salad variations with lime dressing. If you like to combine it with meat, we can recommend a red chicken Thai curry.

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