This pure and bright Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc has a vibrant fruit-driven nose bursting with citrus fruits and herbaceous characters. On the palate luscious flavours of lemon zest and guava combine with notes of currant leaf and fresh bell pepper. Finely balanced with zesty acidity, underlying minerality and just a hint of residual sweetness this crisp and fresh wine leads to a perfectly long, dry, and persistent finish.
Try this with a tuna ceviché with avocado.
"Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand is still one of the most popular wine styles around. This is a great example that has the generous fruit character that makes it so appealing."
Kono love that wine brings people together and enhances the moment. Thoughtfulness, kindness and hospitality are central to their identity as Māori. They value people above all things, and feel that in nurturing others, we uplift ourselves.
One of their core values, manaakitanga encapsulates care and respect for people and relationships, including the natural environment. It governs the way they interact with one another. An essential part of Māori culture is their desire to feed and nurture people. Sharing food is a traditional way of bringing people together. They demonstrate their love and respect for people by providing them with outstanding food and wine.