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Trout Valley Sauvignon Blanc

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Trout Valley Wines are from Nelson, New Zealand. The region includes three National Parks, the largest being Kahurangi, known for its great natural beauty and is home to some of the finest Brown trout fishing water in the world.

A fresh, herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc displaying lovely cool -climate flavours of green apple, fresh peas and melon with a crisp finish.

Appearance: Clear Green Tinged

Nose: Fresh peas, green apple and asparagus.

Palate: Crisp and fresh with pineapple & melon.

Length: Fresh with lingering minerality.

Food: Drink young and fresh or cellar up to 2 years

Cellaring: Serve chilled with fresh oysters, new seasons asparagus and salads.

Winemaker's Notes

Trout Valley Wines are from Nelson, New Zealand. The region includes three National Parks, the largest being Kahurangi, known for its great natural beauty and is home to some of the finest Brown trout fishing water in the world.

A fresh, herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc displaying lovely cool -climate flavours of green apple, fresh peas and melon with a crisp finish.

Appearance: Clear Green Tinged

Nose: Fresh peas, green apple and asparagus.

Palate: Crisp and fresh with pineapple & melon.

Length: Fresh with lingering minerality.

Food: Drink young and fresh or cellar up to 2 years

Cellaring: Serve chilled with fresh oysters, new seasons asparagus and salads.

expert reviews about

Trout Valley Sauvignon Blanc

Expert Reviews

Nick Stock (2012 Vintage) says
A simple and light, bright tropical fruit style that has a little palate sweetness to help it along. Drink young.
Good Wine Guide 2013
86
WINESTATE (2010 Vintage) says
Fragrant, floral and fresh on the nose with nice, lively palate of fresh pineapple, gooseberries and lychees wrapped in crisp acidity.
WINESTATE Volume 34 - Special Edition 2011
WINESTATE (2007 Vintage) says
Impressively youthful and vibrant nose with great punch of pungent gooseberry aromas. Palate has power and length and is filled with layers of sweet varietal fruit. Ageing very well.
Winestate 20082009

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