Movia Sauvignon Blanc 2003

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

offered up notes of waxy fruit, earthy clay, and spicy seeds on the nose. Round and front loaded this did have good grab across the palate with it’s fresh and citrussy fruit but didn’t particularly move me. Still it remains a successful 2003 and is aging well.

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Movia wine estate has been in the Kristančič family since 1820. The main part of the business is based out of Ceglo, with vineyards straddling the territory between Slovenia (ZGP Brda) and Italy (DOC Collio). For this reason, Movia wines use grapes and techniques sourced from both countries, reflecting the best of their terroir and traditions. Their younger wines are found in the Vila Marija... Read more
Movia wine estate has been in the Kristančič family since 1820. The main part of the business is based out of Ceglo, with vineyards straddling the territory between Slovenia (ZGP Brda) and Italy (DOC Collio). For this reason, Movia wines use grapes and techniques sourced from both countries, reflecting the best of their terroir and traditions. Their younger wines are found in the Vila Marija range, while older wines are found in the black label Movia range, which also includes dessert styles. In addition, they produce sparkling wines and grappa.  Read less

Editorial Reviews for Movia Sauvignon Blanc

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065213,700
3.50 5
09/22/2008

offered up notes of waxy fruit, earthy clay, and spicy seeds on the nose. Round and front loaded this did have good grab across the palate with it’s fresh and citrussy fruit but didn’t particularly move me. Still it remains a successful 2003 and is aging well.




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