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and fell in love with wine and the people who make it. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. This groundbreaking estate was started in 1973 by brothers Ross and Bill Spence, in an old tin shed in the heart of Marlborough’s Golden Mile. Situated at the northeastern tip of the South Island, this dry, sunny region produces around three-quarters of all New Zealand wine. A zingy, fresh herbaceous style of Sauvignon Blanc that has excited and refreshed jaded palates around the world since the late 1980s. This groundbreaking estate was started in 1973 by brothers Ross and Bill Spence, in an old tin shed in the heart of the Marlborough region. Be the first in the UK to taste it, with a once-only £54 SAVING!

A fresh, crisp Sauvignon Blanc perfect for drinking now. and fell in love with wine and the people who make it. It lies between latitudes 36°S and 45°S, making it the world’s southernmost wine-producing nation. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. It’s a crisp, bright package, with flint and citrus flavours running long sinewy lines and a dry, tight finish. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country.


The Shingle Peak standout, this sauvignon blanc features bold notes of gooseberry, citrus and mouth filling tropical fruits. This groundbreaking estate was started in 1973 by brothers Ross and Bill Spence, in an old tin shed in the heart of the Marlborough region. Situated at the northeastern tip of the South Island, this dry, sunny region produces around three-quarters of all New Zealand wine. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. and fell in love with wine and the people who make it. and fell in love with wine and the people who make it. With bold notes of gooseberry, citrus and mouth filling tropical fruits followed by a luscious palate again of sweet tropical fruits.

Ripe citrus fruits, gooseberry, fresh acidity and a crispness begging for fresh seafood. It is almost translucent in colour with bright green hues; the nose is bursting with delightful tropical notes, blackcurrant, and citrus aromas. The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. Situated at the northeastern tip of the South Island, this dry, sunny region produces around three-quarters of all New Zealand wine. We like workhouse wines in the Yellow House. Named after the distinctive mountain range looming over the vineyards in Marlborough, Shingle Peak was one of the pioneers in the region and have produced expressive Sauvignon Blanc since 1983. We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock.

The much-lauded white wines of New Zealand tend to be slightly sweeter than those from Bordeaux and the Loire Valley, and are hugely influenced by the growing conditions of the country. 100s of articles and videos by the country’s best wine writers Over 125,000 reviews from Canada’s top professional wine critics Find the best wines in your price range at your LCBO GET YOUR FREE ACCESS NOW! But sauvignon blanc vines were not planted in Marlborough (by Montana) until 1973, several years after the first vines were trialed at Waimauku in the Rodney district, north of Auckland. 100s of articles and videos by the country’s best wine writers Over 125,000 reviews from Canada’s top professional wine critics Find the best wines in your price range at your LCBO GET YOUR FREE ACCESS NOW! With bold notes of gooseberry, citrus and mouth filling tropical fruits followed by a luscious palate again of sweet tropical fruits. Shingle Peak Sauvignon Blanc 2008 was last available in August 2013, with an average price of $16. The resulting wine is bright straw in colour, with nectarine and baked apple aromas.

* Wine price bands are indicative of price at time of publishing and may vary at different outlets. Shingle Peak Sauvignon Blanc 2013 was last available in April 2015, with an average price of $6. Clean, crisp and refreshing the way Sauvignon Blanc should be.