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(2020) There is a Marlborough Sauvignon in the portfolio, but here we have a different expression from Craggy Range's Martinbourgh vineyards. Part was fermented in oak puncheons, part in steel. A little touch of creaminess and peach and lemon peel, a little passion fruit, but very little herbaceous character. A huge thrust of limey citrus zest on the palate leaves this mouth-watering in decisive.
(2014) Twenty percent of whole bunches go into the tank here. It has a lovely green bean, streaking freshness, but really delightful bounce and depth, the 15% that was French oak barrel fermented adding richness and pithy lemon rind flavour and texture. Really delicious Sauvignon, and serious with texture, bite and lovely length and balance.
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