Refreshingly good Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. The Mohua Sauvignon Blanc.
Sauvignon Blanc from vineyards in the Lower Wairu, Southern Valleys and Central Wairau of Marlborough, New Zealand. The wine has 3.6 g/L of residual sugar.
Sample submitted for review. The Mohua Sauvignon Blanc has an SRP of $16 and is available for as low as $10, but more typically $11-$12. Ready to buy? Check your local retailers. It is imported by Vineyard Brands.
The Mohua, also known as the Yellowhead, is a small, colourful bird that can only be found in the pristine and majestic forests of New Zealand's South Island.
Once abundant, they are now classified as an endangered species, surviving in only a few remote areas.
Your support and enjoyment of this wine allows us to fund conservation projects that will directly enhance their chances of survival.
A family run winery passionate about crafting exceptional wines from our three premium Wairau Valley sites, while enhancing the land from which it is created.
The 2019 Mohua Sauvignon Blanc opens with a typical and nicely done Sauvignon Blanc aroma of tropical fruit, a bit of grassiness, lemon and more.
Taking a sip reveals quite a luscious and tasty wine full of zesty apple, lemon, lime and other citrus fruits plus nice touches of tropical fruit and good acidity. Very refreshing, this is a solid buy at this price.
It ends with a dry, crisp finish. This is a quite quaffable stuff!
Ready to buy? Check your local retailers.
2019 Mohua Sauvignon Blanc
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