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x6 Bottle Price - £11.82
x12 Bottle Price - £11.57

A zingy and refreshing dry white wine with gooseberry, pineapple, passionfruit and herbaceous hay notes. Easy drinking and pairs well with fish, shellfish, soft cheese, white meat and salad dishes.

The Borthwick family has been farming in the Wairarapa region near the Southern tip of North Island for more than 100 years. After completing his Oenology degree and Paddy established the Borthwick vineyard in 1996. Bordering the Ruamahunga River in Gladstone, Wairarapa is on stony, free draining, alluvial soil, and has a micro climate giving warm daily temperatures, cool nights and low rainfall; perfect conditions for producing distinctive, quality wines.

Wine Facts




  • Style

    Zingy, Refreshing, Dry White Wine

  • Country New Zealand
  • Region

    Wairarapa

  • Grape

    Sauvignon blanc

  • ABV

    13.5%

  • Vintage

    2019

  • Size

    75CL

Wine Facts
Style Zingy, Refreshing, Dry White Wine
Country New Zealand
Region Wairarapa
Grape Sauvignon blanc
ABV 13.5%
Vintage 2019
Size 75CL
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02/02/2019
Stephen G.
United Kingdom
Way too much mineral content..

Sorry but I didn’t enjoy this SB in fact it was unrecognisable from what you expect. Much more French in style and character.. if you like an untypical NZ SB then you may enjoy if not stick with Dog Point still my favourite..

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2.0 Based on 1 Reviews
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SG
02/02/2019
Stephen G.
United Kingdom
Way too much mineral content..

Sorry but I didn’t enjoy this SB in fact it was unrecognisable from what you expect. Much more French in style and character.. if you like an untypical NZ SB then you may enjoy if not stick with Dog Point still my favourite..

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