Gravel and Loam Sauvignon Blanc

Gravel and Loam

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A zingy refreshing dry white wine with gooseberry, herbs, melon and lime citrus notes on the nose and the palate. Easy drinking, and pairs well with fish, especially salmon and tuna, goats cheese and white meats. 

The label Gravel and Loam comes from the type of soil found on the estate. This type of gravelly soil greatly contributes to the elegant style of this wine, as the small stones in the soil soak up the heat from the sun during the day, and then they radiate this heat during the cooler Marlborough nights.  This keeps the vines warm and it means that the grapes can stay on the vines for longer, thus allowing more concentrated flavours to build up in the fruit.

Wine Facts
Style Zingy, Refreshing, Dry White Wine
Country New Zealand
Region Marlborough
Grape Sauvignon blanc
ABV 13%
Vintage
Size 75CL

Customer Reviews
4.8 Based on 4 Reviews
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06/15/2021
Patrick A.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Gravel & Liam Sauvignon

My wife drinks Sauvignon Blanc and was given a bottle of this wine and will now only drink this one. I’m not saying she is a wino but she does know her wine

FH
03/31/2021
Fergus H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Great buying experience

Very easy to use. Great follow up. And easy drinking wine.

AM
02/02/2019
Andrew M.
United Kingdom
Marlborough Rules!

We are massive Marlborough fans and Gravel and Loam is one of the best we've had Andy+Lorraine

VM
01/04/2019
Vic M.
United Kingdom
Excellent

I've had this wine before and consider it the best value, you'd have to pay a lot more to get a Better Sauvignon Blanc. I found the website(s) difficult to get around, but was very impressed with the packaging. I reckon it would survive an earthquake !