Vibrant lime pith, brambly tomato leaf, nettle, clementine citrus and crunchy fresh fennel with underlying notes of gooseberry and tropical guava. The palate presents a juicy core of layered fruit entwined with a salty textural acidity, vibrant citrus pith with a moreish dry chalky finish which deliver another remarkable Wither Hills ‘Wairau Valley' Sauvignon Blanc.
A perfect match with plump oysters, green lip mussels, even prosciutto and rock melon. Or simply on the deck with great company and repartee.
"For the price, this is remarkably concentrated, with ample weight and intense flavors. It’s more subdued on the nose, offering just hints of stuck flint and grapefruit, but the citrusy flavors surge forward, culminating in a long, grapefruity finish. "