External Reviews for Goldwater Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Dusty herbs and snap pea on the nose. Juicy, spicy and dry, with tart-edged flavors of white grapefruit, quince and mint. Taut and crisp if a bit narrow. Finishes with good sneaky length.
Fresh and lively, with pineapple, grapefruit and herb flavors mingling nicely on the vibrant finish. Drink now.
Bright and flavorful, an appealing wine brimming with melon, vanilla and green berry flavors. A crisp and lively touch of floral character add a nice accent to the finish.
Wine is a food beverage and when consumed in moderation, has proven to be beneficial to our mind, body and spirit. Tailored for the active lifestyle of those concerned with leaned and healthier diets, Sauvignon Blanc has become an increasingly popular varietal and the folks at Goldwater take this grape to another level. The nose consists of expansive gooseberry, herbs, minerals and fresh mowed grass aromatics followed with grapefruit and honeydew melon flavors. This is an elegant wine with a refreshing citric acidity well suited for contemporary cuisine.
Tart, citrusy and floral, this is a nice example of Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc that's jazzy, harmonious and appealing early on.
Most people don't think of a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc as their first choice for a white. This one will show you how good their wines really are! The zingy grapefruit and lemon flavors, combined with a touch of melon, balance well with the minerally finish and tremendous depth of this wine. Drink it with a well prepared lobster or shrimp gumbo.
After a disappointingly vegetal 2001, Goldwater's Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc has returned to form, offering citrus and stone fruits allied to fresh herbs and peppery spice. The creamy mouthfeel adds a touch of roundness to this lively, vivacious wine.