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Color: Marlborough Sauvignon is always very pale when it is young. As this wine ages it will develop straw and green-...Read more...
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This is an acceptably crisp New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Its not a special bottle but isn't bad for a Tuesday night. Read more
A bit of burnt citrus and lima aromas. Juicy and fresh with some raw vegetable character. Read more
vegetal aromas of asparagus and cooked peas which is interesting. much better on the palate which offers citrus fruits, a little round Read more
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This is an acceptably crisp New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Its not a special bottle but isn't bad for a Tuesday night.
A bit of burnt citrus and lima aromas. Juicy and fresh with some raw vegetable character.
vegetal aromas of asparagus and cooked peas which is interesting. much better on the palate which offers citrus fruits, a little round
very grassy and found it a bit flat - not sure if it was me or the wine. could have been me, given that I did not get a lot of fruit in the wine either (and others did).
Smells of a compost pile, asparagus. Tastes of creamed corn.
Went well with Pizza. Not too acidic.
Overall, a clean, well balanced wine. Grassy notes prevail where fruit character is quite reserved. I found this wine to be somewhat lacking in acidity, as well as the corresponding citrus in its flavor profile. Not what I would typically expect from a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Not bad, but not my cup of tea -- erm, glass of wine.
External Reviews for Coopers Creek Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough
Many New Zealand whites are bottled with screw caps, including this wine, whose bright and juicy flavors donrsquo;t need to age to be enjoyed. Its grapes came from several sites in Marlboroughrsquo;s Wairau Valley, each vinified separately before being blended into a vivid mouthful of nectarine, grapefruit and quince backed by racy acidity.
Fresh and citrusy, appealing for distinctive peach and orange-peel grace notes, with a crisp and open-textured finish. Drink now.
Bright and tart, a zinger of a wine with citrus character presiding over other fruit intensity.
Softly juicy, with an elegant display of ripe pear, nectarine and citrus flavors. Features a terrific texture, and the intensity kicks in on the detailed finish. Drink now.
Marlborough, New Zealand produces wonderfully zesty Sauvignon Blancs. This one brims with aromas and flavors of gooseberry, and nectarine. It is perfect with seafood, asparagus and fish.
Lean and tart, this wine shows notes of green pepper, herb and passion fruit at the core. Finishes crisp and citrusy, marrying lime and grapefruit.
Color: Marlborough Sauvignon is always very pale when it is young. As this wine ages it will develop straw and green-gold tints. Bouquet: A melange of gooseberry, passionfruit, and nectarine backed with hints of herbaceousness and a touch of sweat. Palate: One aspect of this wine that will set it apart from its peers is the sheer weight of flavour that it has. It has richness and texture and a finish that goes on and on.
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