The People's Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

This savvy from the home of the long white cloud offers a bouquet of fresh flavours of tropical fruits, tomato leaf backed by herbaceous characteristics. The palate displays the distinct Marlborough characteristics of guava and tropical citrus fruits that give a rich full rounded palate. Ideally suited to drink with smoked ocean trout or Kahawai with a crisp kale salad and a good squeeze of lemon juice.

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