Fairbourne Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc was recently recommended in an article by the Fabulous Ladies’ Wine Society. The post is a great read and reveals the truth that Sauvignon Blanc enjoys its reputation and popularity with the ladies.Read the full article HERE.
Fortunately, there are still many of you out there with good taste. A survey carried out last year in the UK, of 400,000 people found the Sauvignon Blanc grape is top choice in every British town, city and county – (except for some strange reason Berkshire).
If you haven’t yet discovered the delights of Fairbourne Premium Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc… Here are 4 reasons you should.
- Fairbourne Premium Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, is terroir inspired from a single vineyard. What does that mean? Well, it means it tastes like no other Sauvignon Blanc you will have tried because the ancient clay gravel soils where the vines grow, define its unique style.
- The grapes used to make Fairbourne Sauvignon Blanc are hand-picked for elegant and refined flavours. Most new world Sauvignon Blanc, including Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, is machine harvested. The difference between hand harvested Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and that harvested by machine is monumental. Flavour and palate texture from hand harvested Sauvignon Blanc is far more expressive and the wine has greater length.
- Fairbourne Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc consistently earns 5* reviews… As an example our 2014 vintage scored 5*, (between 93-100 on the 100 point scale, and between 18.5 to 20.0 on the 20 point scale), from esteemed wine critics Raymond Chan, Bob Campbell, Wine Orbit and Michael Cooper.
- Our wine is extremely versatile. It has the capacity to honour plain, simple seafood, fresh oysters and steamed mussels, as well as salmon. Pair it with white meats like chicken and pork, and even if these are served with herb sauces or rubs the Sauvignon Blanc holds it own. The wine’s vibrant flavors also compliment spicy and ethnic cuisines.
You can buy yours HERE, and we’ll deliver free throughout New Zealand.
Or contact your local Majestic Wines in the UK.