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Cable Station Road Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016
  • Intensely aromatic New Zealand Sav Blanc
  • From New Zealand's most famous wine region
  • Full of intense, crisp fruit flavour

Cable Station Road Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2016 x12

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Cable Station Road vineyards are located in the Blind River sub-region of Marlborough's Awatere Valley. The vineyards produce unique flavours, which in turn produce distinctive and unique wines. This one is stunning, a real treat!

Wine Region

MARLBOROUGH

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Enjoy with seafood skewers.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw with green tints.

Nose

Intensely aromatic Sauvignon Blanc of tropical fruits with guava and citurs notes.

Palate

The rich, full palate is powerful and weighty. A flavoursome, mouth-filling Sauvignon Blanc, the ripe fruit characters are beautifully balanced by refreshing acidity. Juicy fruit intensity of tropical greens.

Background

The Cable Station Road vineyards that produce this stunning wine are located in the Blind River sub-region of Marlborough's Awatere Valley. These vineyards have characteristics uniquely their own, and our winemaker has perfectly captured these distinctive regional traits in this excellent expression of fresh, vibrant Sauvignon Blanc.

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