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(2015) From relatively cool Patagonia in Argentina, hundreds of miles south of Mendoza, a handsomely packaged Sauvignon Blanc that comes from barren desert vineyards. This is Sauvignon in a much more European rather than Kiwi style, the nose flooded with citrus and flinty, stony minerals with just hints of the leafier character and some cool stone fruit and lime. In the mouth it is richly textured with its 14% alcohol, but that biting clarity continues, touches of leafiness, hints of tropicality, but driving through with that core of lemon, apple and salty ozone character. A fine Sauvignon.
(2006) >From the cool climate, southerly area of the Rio Negra, down in Patagonia, this wine is 75% Chardonnay with 25% Semillon. It has a delicious nose, with a touch of fat, waxy lemony and plenty of ripe, clean citrus and orchard fruit aromas. On the palate this is fairly firm and savoury, with a lean and tight core of citrus fruit and acidity, just wrapped in a richer, sweeter fruit character, but retaining lots of freshness and food-friendly bite.
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