Sauvignon Blanc Ten Rocks

Sauvignon Blanc Ten Rocks

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Product Description

Appellation Marlborough
Color White
Grape Varieties Sauvignon Blanc
ABV (Alcohol By Volume) 12.5cl
Bottle Size (Cl) 75cl
Type of Soil Clay

Vinification

Ten Rocks is part of the Lawson’s Dry Hills stable, with the fruit sourced from three different areas within Marlborough’s Parallel valleys – Lower Wairau and Awatere, as well as Omaka Valley, right in the heart of Marlborough. The grapes were harvested, gently pressed and cool fermented in stainless steel and then blended with a touch of Semillon, with each parcel adding something different to the finished product.

Type Fruity nose, Crispy and Fresh on the palate
Service Temp 10-12 ºC
Food & Wine Pairing Vietnamese stewed fish with herbs, Vietnamese Salad with light sauce

This wine displays lifted grass and green capsicum aromatics along with lime and passion fruit. The palate is crisp and fresh with strong citrus flavours and a lovely chalky mouthfeel. Good weight, lovely texture and a long finish reflect the great vintage.