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Coopers Creek Dillons Point Sauvignon Blanc 2013

Winemaker's Notes:

"Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc at full throttle! There are masses of passion fruit and nectarine along with herbal nuances and racy acidity. This wine is best served slightly chilled and is best drunk while it is young and fresh." "Best drunk while young and fresh. The wine will probably cellar very well but the flavors and aromas will change over time." "Young Sauvignon Blanc is a very refreshing aperitif. It is also a great accompaniment to seafood dishes, especially mussels, oysters and squid." - Winery notes

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  • 2013

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Winery: Coopers Creek
Color: White
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
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Coopers Creek:
“One of the most complete and interesting visit and tastings I made while in New Zealand was to the Coopers Creek Winery with proprietor Andrew Hendry and winemaker Simon Nunns” Thomas K Hardy, wine merchant, negociant, author and publisher Only 30 minutes' drive from downtown Auckland, our winery offers one of the most picturesque vineyard settings in the region and is a great place to try o... Read more
“One of the most complete and interesting visit and tastings I made while in New Zealand was to the Coopers Creek Winery with proprietor Andrew Hendry and winemaker Simon Nunns” Thomas K Hardy, wine merchant, negociant, author and publisher Only 30 minutes' drive from downtown Auckland, our winery offers one of the most picturesque vineyard settings in the region and is a great place to try our award-winning range of wines which include all grape varietals from each of the principle viticutural regions of New Zealand. We are open seven days for tasting and sales. In the summer months enjoy our vineyard sculpture exhibitions, live jazz on Sundays and the annual Vintage Al Fresco Festival on the first weekend in February. Read less

"Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc at full throttle! There are masses of passion fruit and nectarine along with herbal nuances and racy acidity. This wine is best served slightly chilled and is best drunk while it is young and fresh." "Best drunk while young and fresh. The wine will probably cellar very well but the flavors and aromas will change over time." "Young Sauvignon Blanc is a very refreshing aperitif. It is also a great accompaniment to seafood dishes, especially mussels, oysters and squid." - Winery notes

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