Counting Sheep – 2015 Sauvignon Blanc

By on January 2, 2017 in Sauvignon Blanc, White Wine with 0 Comments

OK, its boring I know, another bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, but its always a safe bet.  I had this bottle a few weeks back the 2015 Counting Sheep – Sauvignon Blanc was a mid week why not bottle of wine. Its either out of boredom or a love of wine that means on a Tuesday I drop into the local Dan Murphy’s.  

You will never go wrong with a New Zealand white wine, they really do the best whites on the market.  This 2015 Counting sheep – Sauvignon Blanc is no different, it was light crisp and fresh (Yes just like the label).  Its a safe bet, for a Sunday BBQ lunch with friends and family.

From The Bottle

Delicious, refreshing Savvy B from the coastal vineyards of beautiful Marlborough, where sheep graze between the vines each winter.  Loaded with passion fruit and lime flavours, this crisp and fresh white is perfect with salads, seafood and sunshine.

The Guff

Details : 12.5%  Alcohol, Screw Cab

Tasted : November 2016

Best Drinking : Best with seafood, and lightly chilled

Score : 16 /20

Region : Marlborough New Zealand

Buy From : Dan Murphy’s

Comments : A nice drop, had it through the week. Better of on a Sunday Lunch

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