This Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with lime and citrus like flavours. A bright, lively wine with zesty fruit characters ending with a fine acidity to give a sherbet like finish. Bottled with a screw cap to ensure
The growing season for the 2010 harvest began well with a good winter rainfall that continued throughout spring 2009. This meant that the vines were able to produce healthy canopies that provided the
grapes protection from the sun during January’s hot dry weather. The Sauvignon Blanc grapes were harvested in pristine condition in March, full of rich fruity flavours.
The soil on the vineyards is well balanced with a healthy nutrient mix including well maintained organic matter levels. The soil is red, sandy clay with a limestone base and the main property is intermixed with a rich Gawler River loam. The healthy soils of the Adelaide Plains have contributed to the development of intense fruit flavours evident in this Sauvignon Blanc.
Best served cold between 10-12° Celsius
Seafood, ethnic dishes—pastas, curries, salsas, spicy sausages, vegetable
dishes, tomato sauces, goat cheese.