Case of Waterford Elgin Sauvignon Blanc
The grapes are carefully sourced from vineyards in Elgin, a terroir perfectly suited for the growing of Sauvignon blanc. With a slightly cooler climate, high elevation and its proximity to the ocean all adding to a longer ripening period, the area produces expressive wines with well-integrated freshness and minerality. Extended lees contact seeks to add texture, complexity and enhance overall drinkability.
A very focused style of Sauvignon blanc showing fresh granadilla,
granny smith apple and white pear, with underlying chalk and
slate notes confirming the Elgin origin of the grapes. The
palate is finely textured with crisp fruit, fresh natural acidity,
and a deceptively long finish of flavours. A wine showing the
true expression of Elgin terroir on Sauvignon blanc.
Cheese (especially goat’s cheese), green vegetables (asparagus,
zucchini, fresh peas, artichokes), oysters and delicate fish-like
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