Marlborough is known all over the world for producing fresh and crisp sauvignon blanc with a characteristic quality that can’t be replicated.
The first Friday in May is International Sauvignon Blanc Day. Now in it’s 13th year, it’s a highlight on the Marlborough wine calendar, with local and global events that celebrate the varietal that really put NZ on the wine making map.
So, before you pour a glass of Marlborough’s finest, take a look at what we’ll be drinking.
Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc
Established in 1994 and named after the Southern landmark range of the Wither Hills that border the vineyards, Wither Hills has always been dedicated to the philosophy that exceptional wines are created in the vineyard. Now one of New Zealand's most popular brands - Wairau Valley, at it's best
Selaks The Taste Collection Tropical Sauvignon Blanc
True to ‘tropical’ because it's packed with juicy, citrus flavours and passionfruit and melon undertones. Definitely a wine to delight your friends and family with.
Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc
Stunningly aromatic tropical fruits and bright citrus notes, with a refreshing zesty finish. A zest for the extraordinary.
Roaring Meg Sauvignon Blanc
Guava, passionfruit & gooseberry flavours, with nettle & chamomile undertones. Made for fun-loving, summer drinking.