Tesco Finest Sauvignon Blanc Furmint 75Cl
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Sauvignon Blanc / Furmint. Kakovostno Vino ZGP / PDO. Štajerska Slovenija. Št. Odločbe: MB 256/16/S. Dry. Produced in Slovenia.
WATCH STRAP : Crisp and zesty white wine // FROM THE TERRACES OF SLOVENIA, A REFRESHING WINE BURSTING WITH CITRUS FLAVOURS. bacl label : Bright, fresh aromas of green apple and bursts of citrus. A wonderfully dry and refreshing wine with further flavours of gooseberry. With picturesque terraced vineyards combining with a perfect climate to provide the ideal location for growing Sauvignon Blanc, this part of Slovenia is becoming known for crisp, refreshing wines. Combined with the lesser known Furmint grape variety it produces a wine of exceptional character. Perfect as a refreshing aperitif, or as a great match to salads, baked fish or creamy pasta dishes.
- Contains: Sulphites
Bright, fresh aromas of green apple and bursts of citrus. A wonderfully dry and refreshing wine with further flavours of gooseberry.
|Producer||p&f Jeruzalem d.o.o.|
|Type of Closure||Screwcap|
|Wine Maker||Mitja Herga|
|Taste Category||1 Crisp & dry|
Sauvignon Blanc, Furmint
The vines are grown on varied geological soil composition, consisting of clay and a small amount of sand, with lower layers usually covered by marl. Environmentally friendly vineyard management is used in our vineyards, more then 40% of which are terraced. Because of this, the majority of work is done manually, which results in a higher quality of wines. Grapes are handpicked, carefully processed in an oxygen-free environment to preserve aroma and fermented in stainless steel tanks at low temperature.
The family history starts in the 1930s, when Martin Puklavec worked at a local winegrower's coop. Under his management our current cellar was built and he started exporting wine to Europe and the UK, where his clients included Buckingham Palace (the Queen Mother was a fan!). The Puklavec family re-purchased the estate in 2009, bringing a team of young, ambitious winemakers to reinvigorate the brand. Their goal is to make the best possible wines for everybody to enjoy.
Slovenia is wedged between Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia and the Adriatic Sea. Our vineyards are located in the norhteast of the country, in Podravje, a region famous for its fresh and fruity wines. One of the key characteristics of this wine-growing area is its hills and terraces, which allow our grapes to receive a great deal of sunshine. In addition, the grapes are all picked by hand, which contributes greatly to the quality of our wines.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
Alcohol Unit Other Text:
9.0 UK Units per bottle
1.5 UK units per 125ml glass
Know Your Limits
UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly exceed:
Men: 3-4 units daily
Women: 2-3 units daily
- Store in a cool dark place. Best enjoyed within 1 year of purchase, once opened
- consume within 2 days.
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|Typical Values||100g contains||Each glass (125ml) contains|
|Energy||293kJ (71kcal)||367kJ (88kcal)|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)||-||-|
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