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This wine is full of beans! Not literally, of course, but such is its lively character that it practically jumps out of the glass with mouthwatering aromas of lemongrass and melon - Deliciously crisp and fresh, made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes grown in the Brancott Vineyard, in New Zealand's Marlborough region - Works brilliantly with Asian-inspired dishes.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 3 years
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Matthew Jukes - Weekend, Daily Mail 07/02/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Matthew Jukes said: "New Zealand's most famous Sauvignon producer has come up with a cracker. Citrus-drenched and tangy."
Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 22/03/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Jamie Goode said: "A benchmark sauvignon blanc, this combines flavours of fresh peppers with the tomato leaf greeness that the marlborough region does so well. It's fresh, focused an dsimply delicious with enticing grapefruit and passionfruit tastes."
Eileen Leahy - Saturday Magazine, Daily Express 04/07/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Eileen Leahy said: "New Zealand is famous for its Sauvignon Blanc, a dry, bright, fruity wine that's the perfect partner for chicken. Brancott Estate.......... is the original Marlborough Sauvignon, which was called Montana back in the 1970s when it debuted. It's a great bottle, brimming with fresh, pure, linear citrus and passion fruit."
Brancott Vineyard is our original Marlborough Vineyard and inspiration behind our name. With its special combination of soil, sun and climate, this is where we first pioneered our country's most internationally-acclaimed varietal - Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
Marlborough has had another excellent growing season with dry conditions for most of the harvest. A warm November and December set up good flowering and fruit set, and until mid-February the season was tracking much earlier than the long term average. Although rain was experienced in late April, this had little effect on the vintage as most of the fruit had already been harvested.