|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 30 cm|
Lawson’s Dry Hills deserves a special mention for their consistency in making superb wines. This wine exhibits a complete array of aromas including passionfruit, lemon, gooseberry and melon. The crisp acidity provides the backbone, while the barrique-fermented component adds complexity and texture. A wine you won’t want to share!
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
Country: New Zealand / South Island / Marlborough
Tasting note: Lovely passionfruit, lime and fragrant lemongrass leap from the glass, whilst the palate is crisp and focussed with a juicy texture. The barrel fermented component helps to highlight the wines chalky minerality. In terms of flavours this wine has lovely complexity with strong citrus and passionfruit characters balanced by some herbal notes and tropical fruit.