Marlborough Sav Blanc x12



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  • Our pick of latest vintage Marlborough Sav Blancs
  • Includes respected labels like Ribbon Hills and Hawkesbridge
  • Overflowing with generous passionfruit and citrus flavours


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Ribbon Hills Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017 Marlborough's unique climate is unbeatable for producing the crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blancs that the region is so famous for. Goes wonderfully with seafood dishes, slightly chilled it's a welcome addition to a light, summery table.

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Tamaota Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017 Fresh and lush, this Marlborough Sav Blanc is pure New Zealand, with a palate full of juicy tropicals and lifted grassy notes. It's extremely drinkable and great to have on hand for when friends drop by.

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Hawkesbridge Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Sally Blackwell's Hawkesbridge winery is recognised as one of the finest boutique brands in the region. It's built its reputation on producing wines that are a classic expression of this world-renowned wine region. This elegant Sav Blanc is case in point.

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Interlude Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Here's the perfect classic dry white for those of you who are fans of the bright, crisp NZ Marlborough style. This classic from Interlude gives you all the flavours and crisp character you'd expect from the region, all at a brilliant price.
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