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Graham Norton's Own Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017
  • One of the most successful celebrity wines
  • Fragrant, intense with varietal purity and power
  • Blended by TV personality Graham Norton

Graham Norton's Own Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2017 x6

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"That's it! My perfect blend...and it's lovely...tropical fruit, a bit of zing... cheers to that!" Graham Norton, Chief Winemaker, London England, May 2017.

Wine Region

MARLBOROUGH

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

100% Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

This wine will of course excel with fresh seafood but just as versatile with many cuisines or just at home relaxing on your (red) chair!

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw with a green hue.

Nose

Intensely aromatic on the nose showing nectarine, red apple, rockmelon and green kiwifruit characters with a hint of flinty complexity.

Palate

The palate is powerfully expressed and lively, and displays excellent fruit purity backed by fine texture and bright acidity, leading to a lingering tasty finish.

Background

Single Vineyards were sampled, flavours were fused, rules were bent and Southern Hemisphere Sauvignon Blanc from Invivo Wines once more met "Norton" Hemisphere brilliance at a secret blending session to create this, Graham Norton's Own 2017 SauviGNon Blanc.

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