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Ohau Gravels Woven Stone Sauvignon Blanc

$15.00 $12.80
$14.00 $12.50 / unit (case of 12)
Country / Region: New Zealand
Vineyard: Ohau Gravels
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage: 2016

New vintage of an old favourite- local "Wellington" Sauvignon Blanc

Ohau Gravels is the closest we get to a 'Wellington Vineyard' based between Otaki and Levin. Known for their easy drinking Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris.

Named for the signature gravel stone remnants in the vineyard, forged over time by the force of the Ohau River, with similar alluvial river soils to Marlborough. Aromas of fresh lemon, green apple and a fair dash of feijoa.  Zesty without being overwhelmingly acidic, lime sherbet grapefruit and passionfruit on the palate.  Try with roasted summer veges. 


Tasting notes

13 December 2013 by Katie Hutton

Woven Stone Sauvignon is bright and herbaceous on the nose with hints of orange sherbet, typical gooseberry and green apple aromas. The palate is a little thin, however very refreshing with more herbaceous and citrus flavours that would make it an ideal lunch time summer sipper, or salad accompaniment.

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