Includes 19% MwSt.
(22,53  / 1,0 L)

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The Sauvignon Blanc from the concrete egg

The Convergence Sauvignon Blanc is a skilful marriage of different characteristics, obtained from four different vineyards in the Awatere and Wairau Valleys. The 2021 harvests were a real challenge. Early frosts in spring followed by a cold, wet flowering period led to failures. The summer, on the other hand, was incredibly dry and this led to a very early harvest. The resulting grape quality was excellent. The grapes were harvested early in the morning and first lightly pressed. The cold fermentation was then carried out mainly in stainless steel tanks. In this way, the purity of the fruit and the pronounced varietal character could be maximized. A small portion of the juice was fermented in concrete egg tanks and clay amphorae to give the palate a grainy texture. Subsequently, this New Zealand wine from Marlborough was left on the fine yeast for three months, which further increased complexity and creaminess.


And what does the Convergence Sauvignon Blanc from Two Rivers taste like?

The Convergence Sauvignon Blanc by Two Rivers seduces with a whole basket of fruits and aromas: passion fruit, white peach, gooseberry and limes. In addition, caper berries and mineral-smoky hints of flint are added. On the palate, this profound wine from New Zealand presents itself, dry and subtly salty, with other fruit tones reminiscent of white currants, golden kiwis and stone fruit. The acidity is animatingly lively and well integrated, the texture is creamy. A delicious, characterful Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough New Zealand, with a long, pure reverberation. Definitely one of our favorites!

2021 Two Rivers Convergence Sauvignon Blanc


Which dishes go well with Convergence Sauvignon Blanc from Two Rivers?

The Convergence Sauvignon Blanc from Two Rivers goes wonderfully with Pacific or Asian dishes. The accompaniment of fish and seafood are his domain. However, try it classically with white or green asparagus or gratinated goat cream cheese on leaf salad. We also love it with Mediterranean antipasti and grilled vegetables, especially grilled peppers. And why not enjoy solo before the barbecue event really starts.

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