Easily one of the most popular grape varieties. Sauvignon Blanc produces fresh, dry, aromatic wines all over the world, from the intensely aromatic wines of Marlborough, New Zealand, to the more traditional flinty wines of France.
We’ve put together a selection of varying styles spanning 5 countries, India, Portugal, Italy, France and New Zealand offering an ideal opportunity to try something new!
As we sell of our remaining wine in preparation for our retirement this offer is changing to reflect stock levels. Featherdrop & San Simone are now sold out so this mixed case will contain 2 Sauvignon Grain d’Automne Pays d’Oc & 2 Fairfields Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough as replacements.
A delicious, crisp dry white wine with vibrant fresh herbal aromas and ripe gooseberry overtones.
Ripe notes of pineapple, blood orange and guava intertwine with herbal notes of asparagus and freshly mown grass. Dry, fresh and crisp on the palate with good persistence. An excellent aperitif or pair with goats’ cheese salad. Enjoy over the next couple years.
This wine is sourced from vineyards near the town of Beziers. Very fresh grassy Sauvignon grape character. Full rich flavour with good acidity.
Light straw yellow colour with slight greenish hints. Broad, varietal, aromatic on the nose, with citric notes of grapefruit, yellow pepper, tomato leaf, sage and balsamic aromas. On the palate it is rich, fragrant and aromatic, with natural acidity and a persistent and pleasant slight bitter aftertaste.
Sula Vineyards is at the forefront of the Indian wine revolution. The wines are served in the best restaurants worldwide. Herbaceous, crisp and dry, with aromas of bell peppers, freshly cut green grass and refreshing acidity on the palate.
Classic Marlborough style with zesty citrus and gooseberry flavours but with a twist of fresh mint and minerality on the finish.
It has an intense straw colour and also an ample, lasting fruity bouquet. The palate is dry, soft and well balanced due to its full body.
A complex red with dark berry, black tea leaf, dried spice and blueberry undertones. Full body, dense and layered. Ripe, polished and chewy tannin. A long and full finish.
Argiolas is the foremost wine estate on the island of Sardinia producing archetypal wines from native varietals. The winery was founded in 1938 by Antonio Argiolas and was the first on the island to pursue quality over quantity. Today, the Argiolas family is recognized as Sardinia’s leading producer of wine.
– The name “Boigin” refers to the Italian word for ox: bue. “Boi” is a play on the word “Bue” hence Boigin. Citrus tree flavours and notes of indigenous Sardinian herbs. On the palate is spicy, with expressive notes of botanical herbs and a typical gin aftertaste.
Aged in oak barrels for at least 12 months. Deep ruby red colour, intense and persistent. This wine is characterized by fruity notes of cherry, followed by delicate spicy notes of black pepper.