A massive cancelled export order deal from Yealands Estate, one of NZ’s largest producers, after they got left high and dry on a deal of this Marlborough Sauvy label they produce exclusively in the UK for leading premium retailer M&S (Marks & Spencers).
Brits usually fork out £11 per bottle (that’s over $20!) for Flaxbourne Sauvy so you can have a little chuckle to yourself while you’re sipping on a glass of this ten buck bargain!
Flaxbourne Station in Marlborough was the largest sheep station in New Zealand at the end of the 19th century. Current owner Peter Yealands owns the land these days and he’s planted over 200 acres of vineyard on the historic site. He’s wants the place to be as famous for wine as it has been for merino wool.
Being the eco-friendly bloke that he is he still has around 3,000 merino sheep roaming around, sharing the countryside with his prized vines!
This is the classic style that’s made Marlborough Sauvy world famous – a crisp and fresh white with plenty of zing. Grab a case or two while this deal’s up for grabs and serve lightly chilled with fresh fish, seafood and your favourite salads. Not baaaa’d at all for ten bucks!
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