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2017 Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc


Dashwood's location in Marlborough, New Zealand benefits from the dry, windy climate and cool nights which help retain the acid and flavor that is so important for Sauvignon Blanc. After harvest, the fruit is kept as cool as possible to retain those bright, fresh, Marlborough flavors: tropical aromas, grapefruit, guava, passionfruit and lemongrass persevere in every sip.

ABV % = 13.5

Wairau Valley

The Wairau Valley is a sub-region of Marlborough on the northeast portion of New Zealand's South Island. Notably, it benefits from the region's greatest number of sunshine hours, which results in excellent ripeness in the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinor Noir grapes that dominate plantings. In a nod to the sun-drenched terrain, the indigenous Maori people refer to Wairau as "Kei puta te Wairau," which means "place with the hole in the roof."

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