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Straw colored in the glass. Intensely strong nose and powerful flavors of apple, pineapple, melon, grass and minerals. Nicely balanced acidity an... Read more
Powerful and pleasant pineapple and kiwi on the nose, with a flavor that follows suit. A very refreshing wine, which should not be drunk with a th... Read more
Wonderful with Maine scallops citrus butter sauce! Read more
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Straw colored in the glass. Intensely strong nose and powerful flavors of apple, pineapple, melon, grass and minerals. Nicely balanced acidity and reasonably complex. Harmonious balance in all its elements. Lingers on the finish. Very highly recommended. - Schreiner's Winers "Springtime Sauvignon Blanc" Tasting 3/12/10
Powerful and pleasant pineapple and kiwi on the nose, with a flavor that follows suit. A very refreshing wine, which should not be drunk with a thirst because it would be easy to over-indulge. Quite unique, a fun wine.
Wonderful with Maine scallops citrus butter sauce!
The passionfruit takes it to a new level.
External Reviews for Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc
This affordable bottling of New Zealand's signature white is broad in texture and distinctive in flavor, with juicy passion fruit, apple and citrus flavors that linger effortlessly on the lively finish. Drink now.
Lithe, crisp style offers lovely, pure lime and passion fruit flavors that come off as refined rather than aggressive. Drink now.
This crisp, zingy Sauvignon Blanc displays classic aromas and flavors of green apple, lime peel and gooseberry. It's a food-friendly wine whose tart acidity will support a wide range of poultry, cheese and grilled veggies. The pretty finish is long and spicy.
Vivid in flavor, crisp and open in texture, nicely balanced to show off plenty of lime, cream, passion fruit and apple flavors. Drink now.
Crisp and lively, a pretty wine with a range of apple, lime and melon flavors. Drink now trough 2001.
This wine's zesty grapefruit and passion fruit flavors emphasize the fresh, citrusy side of sauvignon. A little light in the aroma and finish, this makes a good aperitif with any raw shellfish.
This fruity sauvignon bears an intriguing range of green scents, from kiwi to fennel and shizo. Both lush and fresh, it's a generously textured white for yellowtail sashimi.
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