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Auntsfield, Single Vineyard, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand

Auntsfield, Single Vineyard, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand

REVIEWS:
5.00

5.00 out of 5

PRODUCER:
Auntsfield Estate

SIZE:
750ML

TYPE:
WHITE WINE

CRITIC SCORE:
92/100

(1 customer review)

Auntsfield Estate

750ML

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A stylish and focused Marlborough Sauvignon. Aromas of lime, lemongrass and gooseberry. The palate is elegant with refreshing tropical fruit notes and minerality. Enjoy as an aperitif or pair with a summer salad.

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COUNTRY:

New Zealand

GRAPE:

Sauvignon Blanc

REGION:

Marlborough, Southern Valleys

DRINKING
WINDOW:

2021 - 2025

VINTAGE:

2020

ABV:

13.0%

SKU: 100567 Category: Tags: , ,

    Description

    Auntsfield, established in 1873, was Marlborough’s first vineyard. The premium wines from this site are some of the finest cool-climate wines from New Zealand. These terroir driven wines are not to be missed!

    A stylish and focused Marlborough Sauvignon. Aromas of lime, lemongrass and gooseberry. The palate is elegant with refreshing tropical fruit notes and minerality. Enjoy as an aperitif or pair with a summer salad.

    1 review for Auntsfield, Single Vineyard, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand

    1. 87martha

      Almost clear, grassy nose, green apple, tropical, grapefruit, high acid, dry lime finish.

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    CRITIC REVIEWS

    CRITIC SCORE:
    92/100

    This Sauvignon Blanc combines the quintessential vibrancy and clarity of Marlborough with an expansive, mouth-filling texture. While classically Sauvignon with its vivid elderflower, citrus, passion fruit and nettle aromas, its enthusiasm is curbed by a proportion of wine fermented in oak. Mouthwatering acidity cleanses the palate on the balanced, medium-length finish. Incredibly youthful, this needs a little time to fully settle into its new home in bottle.
    92/100 - Rebecca Gibb MW, Vinous (Tasted November 2020)