Marlborough is in many respects the home of the modern New Zealand wine industry. It is the largest wine district in terms of production and area under vines. It has a number of sub-regions including the Waihopai Valley, Renwick and the Spring Creek area and is one of the more famous regions in New Zealand.
Definition Marlborough is a Sauvignon Blanc with notes of gooseberry, passion fruit and freshly cut grass. This wine would compliment seafood cooked with Asian spices or dishes based on peas, asparagus or green pepper.
Style: Zingy and refreshing dry white Area: New Zealand, Marlborough Year: 2016 Grape: Sauvignon Blanc Alcohol: 12.5 %
Pricing: £10.99 (bottle) / £53.94 (case of 6)