The Domino de Fontanta is an incredibly fresh zesty and crisp sauvignon blend from the Ucles region of Spain. You get some grassy and citrus notes and even a bit of fennel when you first stick your nose it and when your taste buds get a go it’s very refreshing.
The Sauvignon de Touraine is a 100% Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley, about 100 miles west of Sancerre. The vineyards and located slightly further inland, which gives them a slightly warmer climate. This extra heat allows the grapes to fully ripen which gives the wine much more apricot and peach flavours than you’d normally get in a typical wine from this region.
The Chateau Lestrille, from the Entre-Deux-Mers appellation in France, is a very tasty sauvignon blanc dominant blend with some classic grapefruit zest! Made by the passionate and dedicated Estelle Roumage who believes in respecting the soil to get the best wine. So, chemical additives are kept to an absolute minimum and only sustainable vine growing practices are used.
Finally we have the Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc, as advocates to the Integrated Production of Wine (IPW) code, they manage their vineyards limiting the use of herbicides, fungicides and pesticides. This is unmistakably sauvignon blanc, very fresh citrus combined with a little grassy note mean that as soon as you sniff it, you know its sauvignon blanc.
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