The Seeker Sauvignon Blanc 09 New Zealand 2009

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Aromas of freshly-cut grass and zesty lime. A refreshing and vibrant palate with flavors of grapefruit, nectarine, an...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Aromas of freshly-cut grass and zesty lime. A refreshing and vibrant palate with flavors of grapefruit, nectarine, and sweet summer herbs leading to a long and juicy finish. Ideally-suited to shellfish, salads, citrus-sauced dishes, ocean voyages, and park blanket reconnaissance. We sought our Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, where, to make the zestiest blend possible, our winemaker selected Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the country's two islands, Marlborough on the northern part of the south island and Martinborough on the southern part of the north island. Grapes become wine in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks – no oak touches it at any step in the process. The result is a bright, clean, zingy wine.

Aromas of freshly-cut grass and zesty lime. A refreshing and vibrant palate with flavors of grapefruit, nectarine, and sweet summer herbs leading to a long and juicy finish. Ideally-suited to shellfish, salads, citrus-sauced dishes, ocean voyages, and park blanket reconnaissance. We sought our Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, where, to make the zestiest blend possible, our winemaker selected Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the country's two islands, Marlborough on the northern part of the south island and Martinborough on the southern part of the north island. Grapes become wine in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks – no oak touches it at any step in the process. The result is a bright, clean, zingy wine.

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