This has bags of character and personality, it really impresses in the glass with food. Try it with a variety of dishes such as scallops with mushrooms and white wine sauce, BBQ garlic prawns or salmon, grilled oysters, and poached white fish with summer salads containing parsley, pepper orlemon.
The only Sauvignon Gris in our list – it's an aromatic cousin of Sauvignon Blanc - think
somewhere between Chile and New Zealand. A fresh aroma of waxy lemons, lime and grapefruit
with a hint of floral. Fresh and clean on the palate with invigorating acidity.
Sauvignon Gris tends to mature very early and has a high sugar level. The grapes are a beautiful dusky pink/apricot color and they have thick skins. Sourced from a very small plot in the Casablanca Valley, these low yielding vines were first planted when cuttings were brought over to Chile by European settlers. A single varietal Sauvignon Gris wine. The grapes were crushed and gently pressed to achieve a fresh, clear, elegant juice. This was then fermented slowly at cool temperatures to retain the very distinctive regional and varietal characters. This wine does not have an oak undertone.