Sweet fruits, mango and golden kiwifruit, are quickly joined by a light spice element along with quince and mandarin. A complex and mouth-watering wine. This award winning wine can be enjoyed with a variety of foods. Ideal partner for seafood.
Light straw in colour. Lots of gooseberry on the nose, together with lemon and tropical notes. Very polished and silky on the palate. Higher acidity than in other years, but well balanced by the almost medium bodied weight. The finish is juicy, light and lingering with a fresh finish.
This layered Sauvignon blanc shows prominent aromas of granadilla, cut grass and tropical fruit, with hints of lime and minerality. The fresh and zesty palate is well balanced with a linear acidity and fruity finish.
This Sauvignon Blanc is designated a Côtes de Gascogne Protected Geographical Indication wine. Gascony is characterized by its temperate oceanic climate and is this aromatic grape variety’s preferred region as it enables it to reach optimal maturity. Its terroir endows the ripe grapes with lovely acidity reflected in the nice taut, fresh character of the wines.
This Sauvignon Blanc expresses blackcurrant, gooseberry, papaya and characteristic Elgin flinty notes. Flavours of passionfruit persist on the palate, particularly granadilla and lemons. A lovely long saline finish, complemented with beautiful natural acidity is typical of the vintage.
Full bodied with powerful varietal flavours of bell-pepper, green apple and freshly cut grass. Good structure with lovely balancing acidity. Enjoy now with seafood, smoked salmon, roast chicken and pork.
Roche Mazet Sauvignon has a bright pale yellow robe with green tints. On the nose, delicate aromas abound of white flowers, boxwood and exotic fruits. On the palate, it is well-balanced, elegant and very lively and fresh.
Sophie te'Blanche Sauvignon Blanc is a fresh, dry white wine with subtle tropical fruits, gooseberry and lime aromas. It has refreshing, smooth flavours of green apples and a good texture with a hint of minerality, from its three months on its lees.
Life from Stone derives its name from the incredibly rocky soils in which it is grown. Every year the vineyard battles against nature in order to produce highly concentrated, powerful wines with a flinty, mineral character true to the quartz rock in which it is grown.