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Mud House Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2014

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Winery: Established in 1996, with a focus on the earth and environment, the Mud House name reflects their “origin and link to the earth, where the wine begins”. Mud House has vineyards in 3 different regions of New Zealand’s South Island; Marlborough, Waipara Valley and Central Otago, along with two wineries, one in Marlborough and one in the Waipara Valley. Employing a combination of innovative technology along with the “passion and artisan skill of the winemakers” they strive to capture the essence from where the grapes come from, “ensuring the unique complexities of each region travelled through the earth through the vineyard to the glass”. The Mud House range of wines are crafted to be “everyday wines to enjoy at any occasion”.

Winemaking: Grapes were sourced from the Woolshed vineyard [clay and loam soils] located in Upper Wairau Valley, Marlborough. Planted in 2001, the 105.5 hectares of vines are nestled “in the shelter of a steep sided triangular hill called the ‘Delta’”. Grapes from Woolshed are designated for the Single Vineyard Woolshed Sauvignon Blanc and the Mud House Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.

Tasting Notes: Pale gold in colour with aromas of peach, pineapple and tomato leaf. Super fruity and refreshing, with lush, tropical fruits sculpted by racy acidity and herbaceous hints, finishing with energizing citrus zest notes.

100% Sauvignon Blanc
New Zealand
Produced and Bottled by Accolade Wines New Zealand Ltd, Riverlands
13% Alcohol
Enjoy now thru 2017

Rated 89 points by Wine Spectator

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