About This Wine
Sauvage Sauvignon Blanc is truly grown in the vineyard. Sauvage refers to the wild yeasts, which live on the outside of the fruit and these conduct the fermentation which is done in 500 L French Oak puncheons. Sauvage remains sur lie ( ‘lees’ are the fine grape solids and yeasts full of flavour and texture) in the puncheons for 10 months, allowing for generous textures and perfumes. The large oak allows a gentle ingress of oak elements. The addition textural and flavour elements make Sauvage a delicious match for chicken, veal, and flavoursome sea food.
James Halliday – 'The naked power of the sauvignon blanc that fuels this wine is exceptional. Its fiercely unsweetened lemon fruit and zest ensure it will outlive the patience of many who buy it expecting a developed wine. The fact it has swept past two vintages will only serve to increase their surprise. Drink by 2037'
World Wine – 'Aromatic elderflower, lemongrass and blackcurrant fruit. Crunchy refreshing style. Approachable now but has the backbone and stamina to age for years.' 96 points + Trophy & Gold - International Wine Challenge
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