SERESIN - Sauvignon Blanc - Marlborough - New Zealand

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Product SKU
NZ08
Vintage: 2014

SERESIN - SAUVIGNON BLANC

A pale yellow colour with medium acidity. A Sauvignon Blanc that displays passion fruit, some stone fruits of, peach, apricot and nectarine, with smokey oak, and herbaceous notes on the nose. With a chalky mineral complexity, and finely textured palate of ripe tropical fruits, gooseberry, and citrus notes, framed by a fresh acidity to create a persistent, long finish.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

RM145.00
Country NEW ZEALAND Region Marlborough Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon

Product Description

Description

This Sauvignon Blanc is subtle on the nose with warm notes of ripe yellow stone-fruit, soft passionfruit and chalky-mineral complexity. The palate is layered and finely textured, with ripe gooseberry, tropical and citrus notes, framed by mouthwatering acidity, which creates a persistent finish Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Seafood All seafood
  • Cheese Fresh goat cheese or feta
  • Legumes summer salads, dishes with citrusy notes, green vegetables cooked with fresh herbs, light pasta dishes (pesto).

Accolades

Awards

Organic Wine

Biodynamic Wine

Wine Facts

More Information
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon
Vintage 2014
Region Marlborough
Country NEW ZEALAND
Winemakers Clive Dougall
Producer Seresin Estate
Average Age of Vines 15 years
Harvest Method Hand harvest
Fermentation and Maceration Fermented with wild yeast, 20% in old french oak.
Aging 8 months in tank before blending and bottling
Nose Attribute Citrus, Dark Fruit, Mineral, Tropical Fruit
SKU NZ08

Vineyard Info

At Seresin Estate, we farm biodynamically. This means we work in harmony with seasonal, earthy and celestial rhythms. Our wines therefore express a sense of time, with wines from each harvest subtly different from its predecessor. We keep the vines healthy by feeding the soil with animal manure composts, and spraying the vine leaves with teas made from local herbs and minerals. We put more back into the land than we take out. As a result, our wines express an ever stronger sense of place. We see the vineyard as a living organism, a space that our workers, animals and wild birds, flowers, worms and insects can share. Our wines express this sense of life and harmony.

We embrace the principles of organics and biodynamics in our viticulture and winemaking. Sourced from our old vines that thrive on river silt terraces in the Central Wairau Valley as well as our clay-rich Raupo Creek vineyard, which has a gentle north-west facing aspect, settled in the centre of the Omaka valley. Both vineyards are managed following Organic and Biodynamic principles.

Description

This Sauvignon Blanc is subtle on the nose with warm notes of ripe yellow stone-fruit, soft passionfruit and chalky-mineral complexity. The palate is layered and finely textured, with ripe gooseberry, tropical and citrus notes, framed by mouthwatering acidity, which creates a persistent finish Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Seafood All seafood
  • Cheese Fresh goat cheese or feta
  • Legumes summer salads, dishes with citrusy notes, green vegetables cooked with fresh herbs, light pasta dishes (pesto).

Awards

Organic Wine

Biodynamic Wine

More Information
Grape Varietal Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon
Vintage 2014
Region Marlborough
Country NEW ZEALAND
Winemakers Clive Dougall
Producer Seresin Estate
Average Age of Vines 15 years
Harvest Method Hand harvest
Fermentation and Maceration Fermented with wild yeast, 20% in old french oak.
Aging 8 months in tank before blending and bottling
Nose Attribute Citrus, Dark Fruit, Mineral, Tropical Fruit
SKU NZ08

At Seresin Estate, we farm biodynamically. This means we work in harmony with seasonal, earthy and celestial rhythms. Our wines therefore express a sense of time, with wines from each harvest subtly different from its predecessor. We keep the vines healthy by feeding the soil with animal manure composts, and spraying the vine leaves with teas made from local herbs and minerals. We put more back into the land than we take out. As a result, our wines express an ever stronger sense of place. We see the vineyard as a living organism, a space that our workers, animals and wild birds, flowers, worms and insects can share. Our wines express this sense of life and harmony.

We embrace the principles of organics and biodynamics in our viticulture and winemaking. Sourced from our old vines that thrive on river silt terraces in the Central Wairau Valley as well as our clay-rich Raupo Creek vineyard, which has a gentle north-west facing aspect, settled in the centre of the Omaka valley. Both vineyards are managed following Organic and Biodynamic principles.