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

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

REVIEWS:
5.00

5.00 out of 5

PRODUCER:
Yealands Wines

SIZE:
750ML

TYPE:
WHITE WINE

CRITIC SCORE:
90/100

(1 customer review)

Yealands Wines

750ML

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Intense aromas of lime and blackcurrant leaf, passionfruit and fresh herbs, layered with bright green citrus notes. The palate is textured and elegant, with the distinctive mineral finish. Enjoy as an aperitif, or with freshly shucked oysters.

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COUNTRY:

New Zealand

GRAPE:

Sauvignon Blanc

REGION:

Marlborough, Awatere Valley

DRINKING
WINDOW:

2021 - 2026

VINTAGE:

2020

ABV:

12.5%

SKU: 100651 Category: Tags: , ,

    Description

    In 2008, a wild and rugged stretch of coastline on the north-eastern tip of New Zealand’s South Island became home to one of the most sustainable wineries in the world. The first winery in the world to be Toitū carbonzero certified from inception. Seaview Vineyard, the home of Yealands Wines, was once a rugged, rolling stretch of pastoral land, that was thought to be too wild, windswept and undulating for growing grapes. Yealands have turned this land into one of the most dramatic vineyards in New Zealand.

    Intense aromas of lime and blackcurrant leaf, passionfruit and fresh herbs, layered with bright green citrus notes. The palate is textured and elegant, with the distinctive mineral finish. Enjoy as an aperitif, or with freshly shucked oysters.

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

    1. john87

      Fantastic Sauvignon, floral notes, hints of gooseberry, great balance and not too acidic.

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    CRITIC REVIEWS

    CRITIC SCORE:
    90/100

    The 2020 Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc boasts potent, pungent scents of boxwood, passion fruit, and grapefruit balanced by riper hints of nectarine and fig. Medium-bodied and plump on the pea-tinged mid-palate, there's an intriguing soft chalkiness to the texture on the citrusy finish. It's a solid effort that captures the complexities of the Awatere Valley.
    90/100 - Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate