Starborough Sons of the Soil Sauvignon Blanc

A bit of an unsung star.

Starborough Sons of the Soil Sauvignon Blanc

2021, Marlborough New Zealand
  • 5 Stars, 95/100 (Sam Kim)
  • Andrew and James Jones are the "Sons of the Soil", with a bit of help from star winemaker Dave Clouston (Two Rivers & Black Cottage)
  • Delicious mouthfilling, dry style Sauvignon with real class
  • Originally a sheep farm, now the Jones family are producers of award winning SauvyB and Pinot Gris
  • RRP $19.99

    $17.99

    Originally a sheep farm these days Starborough, owned and operated by the Jones family, are producers of award winning Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.

    Jones brothers Andrew and James run the gig, they’re the “Sons of the Soil”. Andrew carries the family farming tradition with crops and livestock. Viticulturist James runs the wine side of things with some help from a pretty on to it winemaker called David Clouston (he’s also the winemaker from Two Rivers and Black Cottage).

    An aromatic, mouthfilling and dry style Sauvignon of real class. One of our favourites every year, you simply can’t go wrong with this one!

    The Lowdown: 13.5% alc / 750ml / Screwcap
    Sam Kim – 95 Points

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