First Creek Regions Orange Sauvignon Blanc

Intense passionfruit combined with llifted tropical fruits and straw on the nose. Passionfruit, pineapple, stone fruits and herbs follow through on the palate, which is balanced by a fresh, lively acidity. The fruit for this wine comes from Oranges elevated vineyards, which enjoy a longer, cooler growing season, allowing the grapes to develop delicate aromatics while retaining the crisp acidity essential to the balance and freshness of this varietal.  First Creek is a family owned winery, based in the Hunter Valley. They source quality fruit from prominent vineyards across the Hunter Valley and New South Wales. This ensures their wine is made using premium fruit each vintage, and allows them to produce a diverse range of varietals.

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