Sauvignon Blanc '19

Estate Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc '20

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$22.10/ bottle

Coleraine 6-pack

Six bottles of Coleraine '18 presented in a wooden box

$690 special

Crystal clear, with flickering, brilliant lime green highlights, Estate Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc ’19 is super fresh, layered and immensely appealing.

Aromas of pineapple, lemongrass, creaming soda and white nectarine give way to a palate of mango, intense passionfruit, gooseberry and just a hint of dill and Thai mint. Ripe sub-tropical fruit, textured, integrated and with refreshing balance and acidity, gives Estate Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc ’19 an irrepressible crispness and length that will have you jumping for that second glass.

Wine Storage Suggestions
Estate Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc ’19 can be enjoyed immediately upon release and will continue to develop in bottle for two years from harvest.

Licence Number 29/OFF/032/20: Exp Feb 2023
International Distribution & Stockists - Australia - United Kingdom

pH: 3.35
Total acidity as tartaric: 6.8g/l
Alcohol: 13.0%
Residual sugar: Dry

With Sauvignon Blanc grapes of such quality, minimal winemaking means the finer aromatics and flavours are preserved. At the winery, the grapes were chilled, gently pressed, and the juice cold-settled before fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

The grapes for Estate Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc ’19 were harvested between 8 and 21 March 2019 from Te Mata Estate’s own vineyards in the Bridge Pa Triangle and Havelock Hills sub-regions of Hawke’s Bay.

Hawke’s Bay’s warm climate and free draining soils produce Sauvignon Blanc with ripe fruit characters, balanced by fresh acidity, without the need for residual sugar.

Sourced exclusively from Te Mata Estate’s own vineyards, the Estate Vineyards wines are blended to represent the best qualities of their variety, vintage and Hawke’s Bay origin.

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