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About This Wine
Hailing from the world famous wine regions of New Zealand Marlborough and the Hawke’s Bay, Hãhã is a Maori word meaning savoury and luscious and that is exactly what you will find in the glass. Hãhã produce Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and a Pinot Noir and with NZ wine experts Ashton Ireland and Ant McKenzie behind the label this young wine label is set for big things. Pure, fresh, delicious wines that speak of the gravel terroir of Marlborough with line, length and purity of fruit across their length with bright, energetic acid lines powering the wines through to the finish. Great value wines that confirm why the Marlborough and Hawke’s Bay regions are favourite with wine-lovers across the globe.
Wines of Marlborough
Marlborough is at the northern tip of New Zealand’s South Island and is the leading region in the country, being responsible for 75% of NZ’s wine production and 85% of its exports. Marlborough is internationally renowned for its distinctive style of Sauvignon Blanc, described by some wine writers such as Oz Clarke and George Taber as the best in the world. Australia being such a close neighbour, we get a great number of brands imported into the country.
Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough is grown on well-draining alluvial gravels, with large temperature fluctuations between day and night. These conditions are great for growing grapes that strike a perfect balance between ripeness and acidity. The result is sauvignon blanc that is aromatic, driven by tropical fruit flavours but also supported by an herbaceous and mineral character. Aussies often described Marlborough Savvy Blanc as full of passionfruit flavour.
Despite many consumers having an idea of what Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is, the wine is actually made in a wide range of different styles. Wine makers take advantage of different clones, fermentation styles, lees-stirring and aging regimens to give their wines nuance and differentiate their brand from one another. You may have had sauvignon blanc from Marlborough before, but it is always worth exploring some not so commercial brands if it is a style you enjoy.
Other varieties that are produced in the region include Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris.