The label is not to be taken literally. The grapes for this wine were not all hand picked. The name refers to the idea behind these wines. To choose a variety the region does best and to get a winemaker to put his individual stamp on it. In this case it’s Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, a combination that needs very little introduction. In this incarnation citrus and tropical fruit flavours deliver a ripe and textured palate with plenty of zesty acids and a long finish.
Ripe and generous, this vibrant young sauvignon blanc has a heady bouquet of gooseberries and passionfruit laced with bright floral and faintly herbal notes. It's round and juicy, packed with fruit and underpinned by a fine chalkiness. It finishes long, bright and tangy with a refreshing zesty acidity.