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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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Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 13/03/2016
Of the 2015 vintage, Jamie Goode said: “This is the famous, original sauvignon that helped make the style so famous (back when it was called Montana, but the named changed several years ago). It’s a benchmark Marlborough sauvignon with keen grapefruit core flavours and lovely passionfruit aromatics.”
Kirsty Nutkins - Saturday Magazine, Daily Express 26/03/2016
Of the 2015 vintage, Kirsty Nutkins said: “New Zealand is a world leader when it comes to sauvignon blanc. The distinctive Kiwi style, with its pungent aromas and flavours of gooseberry, green pepper and passion fruit, is now immediately recognisable. Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc is the original sauvignon that pioneered the wine and helped make it so famous – back then it was called Montana. It has keen grapefruit core flavours and lovely passion fruit aromas.”
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.
£57.00 per case
Equivalent to £9.50 per bottle
57 Clubcard Points