Winexpert Private Reserve Sauvignon Blanc is vibrant and aromatic with generous flavours of passionfruit, tropical fruit and citrus, with notes of melon and herb. Juicy and crisp with refreshing acidity.
The Adelaide Hills growing region of Australia is perfect for growing Sauvigon Blanc. The cool climate shows off the acidity and strong character of grape. Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blancs are highly respected and sell for more than $20 a bottle at the liquor store.
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Native to the Bordeaux region of France, Sauvignon Blanc is now planted world-wide including New Zealand, California and Chile and many other growing regions. Sauvignon Blanc ranges from crisp, dry and in California to over the top aromatics and fruit when expressed by New Zealand winemakers.
Adelaide Hills is one of the coolest and most elevated wine regions in Australia. Nestled amongst some of the country's most famous warm-climate regions like Barossa Valley and Mclaren Valley. The region's elevation lends it a distinctly cool climate. Its popularity has soared in the last twenty years and Adelaide Hills is quickly becoming one of Australia's most important growing regions; it has established a strong reputation for premium wines and has set the benchmark for Sauvignon Blanc in the country. The region's steep hills and valleys and cool but sunny climate produce grapes with full flavours, strong varietal character, and a refreshing and defined acidity. The resulting wines are aromatic and fresh and vibrant fruit flavours.
Australia is a 'New World' growing region that made Syrah more famously known as Shiraz. Australia started the trend of producing single varietal wines featuring grapes traditionally blended by ‘Old World’ winemakers. Typically full bodied wines with good fruit.
Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.
Great for food, medium bodied wines typically have alcohol levels below 14% and less oak.
No oak is present as is the case for most whites, rosés and light, fruity reds.