This vibrant Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with a fruit-salad-bowl of flavours including ripe gooseberry, passionfruit,...Read more...
Pushy grapefruit acidity - passion fruit - lime - straw - herbaceous - herby edge - weighty palate - punchy - crisp - mouth watering - green beans ... Read more
Very fruity, with strong apple and kiwi. More fruity than I usually enjoy, but a VERY pleasant and enjoyable wine. I have learned to love the Mar... Read more
You'll know that you have something rather good as soon as you open the bottle. Savour the nose before tasting. My Doc has said no more than 2 bott... Read more
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Food Pairings for Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough Private Bin
Pushy grapefruit acidity - passion fruit - lime - straw - herbaceous - herby edge - weighty palate - punchy - crisp - mouth watering - green beans - juicy http://www.spittoon.biz/villa_maria_cellar_selection_s.html
Very fruity, with strong apple and kiwi. More fruity than I usually enjoy, but a VERY pleasant and enjoyable wine. I have learned to love the Marlborough NZ Sauvignon Blancs.
You'll know that you have something rather good as soon as you open the bottle. Savour the nose before tasting. My Doc has said no more than 2 bottles per week. (Down from 3.5) Damn difficult to restrict myself to 250ml per day of this one. Easily worth around £9. As i write Tesco has it on at £4.75.
Bronze - International Wine & Spirits Competition, 2009 4 Stars - Winestate, 2009 89 Points - Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide, 2010 4 1/2 Stars/90 Points - Wine Orbit, 2010
Wonderful grassy dry and refreshing. Great with sweet desserts.
Good value from Marlborough. Great with spicy prawns, or any crab.
Great Sauvignon Blanc, very typical of Marlborough County! Nice floral bouquet and citrusy taste with some acidity and minerality.
External Reviews for Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough Private Bin
A great example of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with typical ripe tropical-citrus fruit, zippy acidity and smoky, peppery flavors. Enjoy this with well-seasoned chicken, pork or fish dishes, especially if they're a little spicy.
A Sauvignon Blanc wine from Marlborough in New Zealand. 2009 Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc Private Bin Marlborough 750ml
Villa Maria Private Bin Sauvignon Blanc 2009: Empfohlene Serviertemperatur: 8-12°C, lagerfähig 2 - 4 Jahre ab JahrgangJahrgang: 2009Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: MarlboroughWeingut: Villa Maria EstateRebsorte: 100% Sauvignon BlancRestzucker: 3 g/LiterRestsäure: 7 g/LiterAlkoholgehalt: 0.13 Weißwein
Frische, fruchtige Nase mit Noten von tropischen Früchten. Im Gaumen elegant und fruchtig. Ein komplexer Wein mit Zitrusaromen und tropischen Früchten. Lang anhaltend mit feiner Säure.
This vibrant Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with a fruit-salad-bowl of flavours including ripe gooseberry, passionfruit, fresh citrus lime and exotic herbaceous aromas. The wine has an exciting palate with layers of juicy flavours, intensity and fullness, finishing with a refreshing crisp, clean and racy acidity. Enjoy this exuberant and delightful wine. Optimum cellaring: Enjoy now and until 2011.
Dietary Information: Certified Sustainable
|Sugar: 3.5 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 7.5 grams per liter|
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