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Nectarine, rock melon, feijoa and lime zest, with a hint of herbaceous notes.
Green apple, melon and citrus zest are supported by a succulent and lively palate with excellent fruit weight.
Mussels and clams, asian slaw salad, or simply on its own as an aperitif.
Misty Cove Wines draws its lively character from the unique environmental elements true to the New Zealand wine regions. The unique combination of our soils, climate and eccentric viticulturist, fuse together to produce lush, aromatic white wines and intensely flavoured red wines- all overflowing with personality. We have fused old world winemaking values and techniques with modern technology that allows us to produce wines that have incredible body, character and charm; the perfect companion for any occasion or shenanigans.
"It's fabulously fruited and instantly appealing on the nose showing feijoa, mango, lime peel and crunchy apple characters. The palate displays excellent weight and fruit intensity brilliantly supported by juicy acidity, finishing impressively long and delicious. At its best: now to 2023. June 2020."
"Bright and intensely aromatic, the wine shows ripe passionfruit, kiwifruit, rockmelon and lime peel aromas on the nose, leading to a wonderfully flavoursome palate that is filled with juicy fruit flavours. It is refreshing and delectable with a terrific long finish. At its best: now to 2022."
"Aromatically, this Sauvignon Blanc is textbook Marlborough: grapefruit, gooseberry, herbal and modest bell pepper notes are most prevalent on the nose. It’s light-plus bodied but quite intense, with tart grapefruit, gooseberry and lime flavours, an underlying herbal note and a riper, playful green apple component that is lifted by the medium acidity. As New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs go it’s pretty textbook — not a bad thing. 4/5"
"It is intensly aromatic on the nose showing passionfruit, nectarine, kiwifruit and lime zest characters. The palate delivers excellent concentration and vibrancy, brilliantly supported by fine texture and refreshing acidity. The wine is immediate and tasty, and offers huge appeal. At its best: now to 2019."