Sauvignon Blanc Goutte d’Argent 2018 – Vina Marty

£18.90

Complex with a beautiful intensity of citrus fruits and white flowers, such as orange blossom. Notes of green spices with bakery and vanilla flavours. On the palate a floral Sauvignon Blanc with unique flavours. Dry wine with medium acidity, good balance and an elegant and creamy finish.

Availability: In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: VNMT-SGDA-2018 Categories: , , , ,

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Colour
Lemon
FLAVOURS
Floral
Spice
Citrus fruit
Tropical fruit
Palate

Sweetness

Acidity

Body

Abv
13%
Serve At
8-10°
Food Pairing
Japan
Cheese (soft, mild)
Poultry
Shellfish
Country

Region

Leyda Valley

Grape Variety

Sauvignon Blanc

Producer

Vina Marty

Certification

Sustainable

Tradition and French experience with Chile’s best terroirs: Viña Marty was created in 2008. This project began with Pascal’s vision to produce bring high quality wines to all consumers’ tastes. Today the vineyard is directed by Pascal, Owner and Winemaker together with key partners. The wines represent the synthesis of a life in the wine industry. From Chateau Mouton Rothschild to Opus One and AlmavivaPascal Marty combines all his experience gained in France, California, Chile, and in the most prestigious wine regions of the world, to create wines with soul and history.

Sauvignon Vina Marty

It’s one of a kind, it really is. Vina Marty is the only non-Japanese member of the association of sake producers, to be able to use sake yeast n ° 7 for the production of this wine. This yeast is a treasure of Japanese culture that allows a vinification at a very low temperature. A dream for winemakers as it allows to preserve the aromas.

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most widespread wines in the world and we can find endless interpretations of this noble grape that is thought to have been born in the Loire, although some theories state it is originally from Bordeaux.
The origin of its name derives from “sauvage” (wild) due to its origins of native plant of the French south-west. It can do well in cooler areas within Europe, including parts of Austria and Hungary.
In New Zealand, it produces a stunning array of pungently, assertive characters, from the green grass and asparagus flavours to the more tropical, ripe spectrum of grapefruit, passion fruit and mango.
The Sauvignon cause has also been taken up to good and affordable effect by Chile and South Africa, whose cooler spots are proving ideal for this wonderfully zingy, fresh grape variety. In Italy, Sauvignon Blanc has found fertile ground on the marl and sandstone of the hills of Collio Goriziano and the Colli Orientali del Friuli, where it dominates together with the Friulano, making Friuli an obligatory destination for every white wine lover.

 

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