I’m not expecting the world when I’m looking at New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs. I just want a few basic things:
The wine has to be crisp with fresh acids and no sugar, easy to drink on its own and easy to pair with summer cuisine; goat cheese salads, grilled watermelon, etc… Second, it has to have fruit. So many of these wines are all grass clippings and lacking in what makes Sauvignon Blancs so delightful. Finally, it has to have a stellar price.
Add those three requirements together and you as history can tell you, very few New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs make the cut.
Today’s wine hit all three right out of the park. This one is as red hot as the Yanks.
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