Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc 2010
Clear, light lemon-green colour with an intense nose filled with passion fruit, Galia melon and a lifted florality - complexed with fresh cut grass and nettles. The mouth-filling fruit is balanced by an edgy fresh acidity making it compulsory to enjoy another glass.- Mulderbosch Vineyards
MULDERBOSCH VINEYARDS Mulderbosch (situated in the prime Koelenhof area of Stellenbosch) is widely accepted as being one of the best white wine producers in the country, and Mike Dobrovic, one of the most talented wine makers in South Africa.
Editorial Reviews for Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc
This opens with quite a flush of ripe fruit that’s followed by more mineral scents, with an underlay of cactus leaf and cut grass with hints of pithy dried citrus tones. Rather lean on entry, then turning a bit fleshier; this nonetheless is vibrant and sapid with a touch of salinity and nice gentle green spice notes over pineapple and citrus fruit flavors. The finish is clean, long and taut with a fine mineral verve and nice grassy accents to the lemon curdy fruit. 88pts
External Reviews for Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc
A bright lemon-green colour with a pronounced nose of citrus, lemon zest, green fig and black currant leaves all held together by an intriguing floral note. A vivid palate with an engaging concentration of clementine peel, granadilla pulp, Cape Gooseberry and melon. Herbal undertones with a complex, chalky minerality complements the mouthwatering finish.