Seresin Sauvignon Blanc 2010
WINE MAKER'S NOTES: This Sauvignon Blanc displays tropical and citrus aromas framed by a fresh acidity and underpinned by a chalky mineral complexity. The palate is finely textured with gooseberry, subtle lychee and mineral flavours leading to a persistent finish. This wine is drinking well now but will develop well over the next five years.
VARIETIES: Sauvignon Blanc (94%) and Semillon (6%)
VINIFICATION: Twenty-five different parcels of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon from the different vineyard blocks were pressed and then fermented separately so that we had a greater range of options when creating the final blend. The wine was naturally fermented using wild yeast for added complexity and texture, and the Semillon and approximately ten percent of the Sauvignon were fermented in aged French barriques.
The finished wine has an alcohol of 14.0 percent, pH of 3.25, 6.4g/L titratable acid and 2.0g/L residual sugar.
“91 points. Bright yellow. Subdued, pure aromas of nectarine, spices, minerals, licorice and honey. Broad, concentrated, ripe and dry, with a tactile dusty texture to the pineappley fruit. Finishes chewy, savory and very persistent, with uncompromising dryness. Serious stuff.” Stephen Tanzer, Wine Access, September 2011
|Region||Marlborough, New Zealand|