Aromas: A vibrant mix of kaffir lime, lemon zest and nectarine aromatics intermingle with the bright perfume of orange blossom.
Palate: Brimming with ripe citrus and stone fruit flavours that ... Read More
Pale yellow colour with golden highlights. Its delicate nose brings together mango and lychee notes.When tasted the attack is fresh and evolves in roundness and with citrus aromas (orange). It... Read More
Bright and pale gold in color. The nose is notably mineral with traces of white flowers and box. A delicate, well-balanced wine, crisp and fresh with good length in the mouth.
Excellent with s... Read More
In the 1990s winemaker Ignacio Recabarren travelled to New Zealand to study their viticulture and winemaking. He returned filled with enthusiasm for Sauvignon Blanc and a determination to show... Read More
Widely regarded as the quintessential expression of the acclaimed Marlborough wine region, Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc is an international benchmark wine noted for its vibrant aromatics, layers... Read More
90 points James Suckling: Really striking aromatics. Unmistakable passion fruit and lime citrus with subtle grassy and herbal complexity. The bold, flamboyant fruit is what takes center stage ... Read More
Pale yellow colour with green highlights. At first the expressive nose develops into floral and citrus notes (lemon and grapefruit), then into white berries (white currants). The taste is full... Read More
The name Cloudy Bay has become synonymous with outstanding New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Captain Cook coined the phrase on his voyage to New Zealand in 1770, giving the name to the bay at the e... Read More
Half bottle of this luscious dessert wine from Concha y Toro. In the 19th century Concha y Toro’s founder Don Melchor brought Sauvignon Blanc vines across to Chile from Europe.
Long, sunny a... Read More
Cono Sur, a subsidiary of the renowned Concha y Toro brand, is an environmentally conscious Chilean winery where they famously have geese which roam the vineyards eating the insects and snails... Read More