Guzzled by millions around the world and NZ’s No.1 wine export, Marlborough Sauvy is the tipple that’s put NZ well and truly on the world wine map.
Brancott Estate (you might remember them as Montana wines back in the 80s or 90s) happily brag that they were the first ones to plant Sauvignon Blanc vines in Marlborough back in 1975. So, they say, they know a trick or two about how to make it.
The first and these days one of the biggest. But big or not, Brancott are still banging out top value SauvyB from Marlborough. This 2018 release has not one but TWO Gold medals at two of NZ’s most prestigious wine shows!
The classically vibrant, zingy white that put Marlborough on the world wine map. If you’re pairing this with a bite to eat, try fresh fish and seafood dishes.