When it comes to purity of flavor, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is in a league of its own. It’s also one of our most popular white wines – and this refreshing beauty has a fantastic pedigree – plus an impressive 90 points from top critic Sam Kim.
“This punchy Sauvignon is beautifully fragrant … the palate delivers lovely bright fruit flavor and juicy mouthfeel, together with vibrant fruit intensity, leading to a lingering mouthwatering finish. Classically expressed and highly enjoyable.”
It’s named for the Mahau Sound (a beautiful and remote area on the northern tip of the South Island) and crafted at the acclaimed Wairau River Estate by Wine Marlborough Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Phil Rose.