|Fine Wines International||USD 11.70 $11.70 750ml|
|Wijnhandel Saint Vincent les Vins||
Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2005
A fresh, tart SB. There is an underlying bitterness, like that of lemon or grapefruit peels, accompanying a green, herbaceous note. Good QPR, but prefer the Nobilo Regional SB more, where the tartness is accompanied by floral notes for softness.Add winemaker's notes
Internationally-recognised for producing "elegant, assertive wines with glorious fruit flavours", Oyster Bay is also a winemaker with great viticultural vision. It was Oyster Bay that had the foresight, over two decades ago, to recognise the enormous wine-growing potential that lay beneath the stony, alluvial soils of a marginal sheep farming district in New Zealand's Hawkes Bay. Today that region is producing New Zealand's finest merlots.
A fresh, tart SB. There is an underlying bitterness, like that of lemon or grapefruit peels, accompanying a green, herbaceous note. Good QPR, but prefer the Nobilo Regional SB more, where the tartness is accompanied by floral notes for softness.
My favorite I've had so far.
in my opinion its a great wine for the price.
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