Peregrine Wines Mohua Sauvignon Blanc 2018
Tropical New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc - a bowlful of passion fruit, mango and fresh-cut lime, with summer herbs, pink grapefruit and a curl of lemon zest.
|Winemaker||Lindsay McLachlan, Greg Hay|
Peregrine's 2018 Sauvignon Blanc is a wonderful tropical fruits style.
Grapes for the 2018 vintage were sourced from three premier Wairau Valley sub-regions of Marlborough.
Peregrine is a family-run estate established in 1998 by the McLachlan family who have a 'hands on' approach to winemaking and a passion for the land, where organic farming is fundamental to every aspect of vinegrowing and winemaking, with a holistic approach that integrates crop and livestock farming to vineyard management. As the estate name suggests, the McLachlan's are also dedicated to helping protect some of New Zealand's rarest native birds.
Bronze Medal 87/100 - Clear, zesty aromatic nose, gooseberry and peach with a lovely finish. International Wine Challenge 2018 Gold Medal Exceptionally pure nose with an irresistible combination of various citrus fruits and a hint of herbal capsicum notes. Long, crunchy, delicious fruit. Gorgeous. International Wine Challenge 2016
Tropical New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc; a bowlful of passion fruit, mango and fresh-cut lime, with summer herbs, pink grapefruit and a curl of lemon zest on the nose.