Approachable, fresh and exploding with bright, vibrant flavours and heady aromatics, Wither Hills’ Sauvignon Blanc delivers on both style and substance. New Zealand’s Marlborough region is renowned worldwide for producing outstanding and captivating Sauvignon Blanc wines. Contributing to this monumental reputation are dedicated vineyards such as Wither Hills. With undulating vineyards drenched in long sunlight hours, engulfed by cool nights and nourished by the waters of the Wairau River, the 2011 Sauvignon Blanc truly encapsulates the essence of its origins.
Remarkably aromatic, the Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc is the perfect match with plump oysters, green lip mussels, or prosciutto and rockmelon.
Tasting Note: Supple aromas of kaffir lime, brambly tomato leaf, clementine, sweet Meyer lemon and fennel leaf, with underlying gooseberry, red capsicum and tropical guava. Salty seamlessness, textural acidity, stalky herbaceousness, and fruit weight.