Shaw Family Vintners Cordelia Sauvignon Blanc

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Cordelia is said to mean daughter of the sea. Often associated with brilliance and awe, legend has it that proud Celtic sailors would often give this name to their daughters as a mark of their joy and love. We like it for two reasons - it's a nice name for one, but perhaps more importantly, it is a perfect match for our Sauvignon Blanc. It's a stunning wine, beautifully balanced to accompany many foods, particularly the fruits of our seas. Harvested in the middle of the night and crushed while the grapes are still chilled from the cool Currency Creek night air.

Tasting Note: Piercingly fresh and herbaceous aromas with a generous dash of passionfruit, a racy green apple palate laced with tropical fruit and leaving you with a zesty lime finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
10164-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
13
Region:
Currency Creek
Style:
Dry White
Varietal:
Sauvignon Blanc

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