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Juicy and succulent, featuring Key lime, green apple and passion fruit flavors that leap from the glass, with aromatic notes of lemongrass and freshly grated ginger. A touch of saline adds an appealing savory element. Drink now.

Wine Spectator
April 30, 2019

This is once again a solid wine, despite the difficult vintage. The classic fruit and veg combo reigns supreme on the nose, with passion fruit, pineapple and black currant swirling with tomato leaf and snow pea aromas. The palate is taut and focused, with flinty acidity, zippy, limey acidity and a long fruity finish. 

Wine Enthusiast
July 2019

The 2017 Estate Single Block S1 Sauvignon Blanc takes Awatere leafiness and supports it with gooseberry and pink grapefruit notes. It's a distinctive, medium-bodied example of Sauvignon Blanc that reflects the windy, low-yielding site in its concentrated fruit and crisp acids.

Wine Advocate
February 2018

This is a flinty, medium to full-bodied wine, bursting with notes of white grapefruit, lime, fresh green beans, matchstick and toasted nut aromas. The palate is focused and tightly wound, with more flinty, nutty, limey and grassy goodness. Drink now–2023.

Wine Enthusiast
May 2018

Grapefruit and lemongrass flavors are bold and juicy, with lime zest, fresh ginger and melon notes lingering on the finish. Drink now.

Wine Spectator
August 31, 2017

Fresh and flinty with notes of ripe peach, pear, lemon zest and chervil.

The Planet Grape Wine Review
April 2015

Delicate notes of white blossoms and green apples with hints of wet pebbles and coriander seed. Pretty and elegant on the palate, it has approachable acidity and mineral flavors on the long finish.

Wine Advocate
January 2015

On the nose, this shows some of the Awatere Valley's classic nettle or tomato-leaf signature, but also hints of stone fruit and struck flint. On the palate it nicely combines elements of stone fruit, citrus and fresh herbs, finishing gentle and easy.

Wine Enthusiast
July 2015
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