Nobilo Orca Bay Sauvignon Blanc 75cl
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Price per 75cl: £9.49
The Orca, also known as the Killer Whale, is a protected species often sighted close to New Zealand's dramatic coastline.
Nobilo Orca Bay Sauvignon Blanc benefits from the cool maritime climate which makes New Zealand wines so distinctive.
Zingy tropical fruit and citrus flavours are complimented by lively herbal tones, rounded off with a crisp finish.
Alc. 12.5% Vol.
9.4 UK Units
- Brands: Nobilo
- Grape Varieties: Sauvignon Blanc
- Wine Styles: Dry
- Countries: Marlborough
- Price Ranges: £8 to £12
- Wine Cellar: White, Decanter
Fresh tropical fruit and gooseberry flavour, and lots of it.
Orca, or killer whale, are found all around our coastline. We like to think that our wine has something in common with the positive, lively Orca!
The Orca Bay style is driven by two very different vineyards in Hawkes Bay in the North Island, which were blended this year with Waipara fruit from Canterbury in the South Island.
We were lucky that our Hawkes Bay Sauvignon Blanc ripened early in 2011, as the region was struck by heavy storms just after our grapes were in. Our vineyards gave us a combination of freshness and zingy fruit, and, from the warmer coastal plain beside our winery, rounder stone fruit and tropical characters. One of our long term Waipara growers has contributed classic crisp, gooseberry flavours to the blend.
Country of Origin
Nobilo Wine Group Ltd, Station Road, Huapai, NZ.
Pack - Glass
Contains Eggs, Contains Milk, Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
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