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(2020) Lots of herbal notes here, fennel and parsley and a touch of nectarine and lime, orange and such a saline finish to this, delicious. So tangy and mouthwatering, a really nice style. No UK retail stockists at time of review.
(2020) Roses and floral and herbal notes, an expressive Gewurz, the palate has fat and weight, an oily texture and a lovely pithy lemon and grapefruit fruit and acidity. No UK retail stockists at time of review.
(2020) Nice touch of green fig and citrus, just a little passion fruit. The ripeness of the limey acid runs through a more pear and peach, ripe mid-palate.
(2020) Fermented with indigenous yeasts, this is more restrained than a typical Marlborough SB for sure, fresh, with touches of florals its to limey fruit, lemon and lime rind, salty in the finish, lots of tang and energy with a dry finish. Price and stockist quoted at time of review are for the 2018 vintage.
(2016) A natural wine with minimal sulphur, long skin contact and closed with a beer bottle-style crown cap. Clear, yellow colour, fresh orchard fruits, clean but not hugely aromatic, still a pleasing orange and sprightly Cox's pippin fruitiness. Long and tangy, this has plenty of crunch and zipping acidity, and is a fine alternative Sav Blanc from New Zealand.
(2016) A delightful Sauvignon from Craggy's Hawke's Bay estate, this is the essence of grapefruit on the nose: the fresh squeezed mix of juicy tropicality and zesty freshness, a hint of green bean and elderflower, then carrying through onto the palate with a hint of luscious lychee and mango, but that grapefruit zest and zing powers through into a beautifully balanced, dry finish.
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