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Two Fathoms Currency Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2014
  • Fresh, light and zesty
  • Signature Sav Blanc style
  • Outstanding value

Two Fathoms Currency Creek Sauvignon Blanc 2014 x12

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Currency Creek is one of South Australia's best-kept secrets. Almost 50km south east of McLaren Vale, it sits near the coast, with the cooling influence of the ocean and nearby Lake Alexandrina. The region's wines are making waves - get in and catch the trend now!

Wine Region

CURRENCY CREEK

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

12.0%

Foods

Try with asparagus and smoked chicken pasta salad.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw colour with green tints.

Nose

Fresh tropical fruits with gooseberry and passion fruit notes.

Palate

This is a bright, dry white wine with light, clean and fresh characters of tropical fruit and lemon zest, wrapped in a core of fresh acidity.

Background

Currency Creek was named in 1837 by explorers Young Bingham Hutchinson and T. Bewes Strangways. They pronounced its depth to be about ?Two Fathoms?. Situated adjacent to the Southern Ocean and Lake Alexandrina, the cool maritime climate allows slow, even ripening resulting in beautifully balanced wines.

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