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Today, I have for you a fun Sauvignon Blanc from, you guessed it, New Zealand. While Marlborough, New Zealand is an incredibly popular region for Sauvignon Blanc, not all wines are created equal. Brand marketing and advertising are rampant for certain wines in this category so today, I want to introduce you to something new.
Seven Reasons to Try Seven Terraces Sauvignon Blanc, 2015:
- It is very tasty – juicy, zippy, refreshing with nice doses of white grapefruit, lemon peel and an underlying balance of acidity. Yes please.
- This wine goes very well with food – think pork, chicken salad or steamed clams.
- When was the last time you tried a new Sauvignon Blanc? This is how you develop your palate instead of going back to the same wines over and over again. You won’t be disappointed!
- It is extremely well-priced! Seven Terraces Sauvignon Blanc retails for $16.99 at your local B.C. Liquor Store. Outstanding value for money.
- This wine can be cellared for up to two years. Buy two bottles – have one now and put the other aside for at least a year and see how the flavours develop.
- The vineyards are located in the heart of the Waipara Valley which happens to have one of the longest growing seasons in New Zealand. This means the grapes have enough time to fully ripen and deliver fantastic wine.
- Seven Terraces Sauvignon Blanc is made by two very talented and respected winemakers – Brent Rawstron and Alan McCorkindale.
So, the next time you have a craving for zippy and balanced Sauvignon Blanc, be sure to try Seven Terraces Sauvignon Blanc – for $16.99, you cannot beat the value.
Enjoy your day!