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A cracker from New Zealand

first_imgPrint Twitter IT’S not only world beating rugby teams that comes out of New Zealand as they turn a dab hand at making wine too and the latest bottle that we have been introduced to is the Stanley Estates Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough region.  The word delicious is often bandied about and sometimes used too easily. However, delicious is one thing that this wine is. Jules Taylor has turned his hand to these grapes and from this tiny vineyard in the north-eastern end of the South Island, this sauvignon is in good company with some of the world’s best. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Agreeing with the tasting notes of Stuart @FVDIE in FromVineyardsDirect and you will find a “Pale silvery colour. Strong citrus flavours on the nose with hints of gooseberry. Lovely intense flavours of lime, gooseberry, elderflower and green peppers. Great acidity and length. This is very superior Sauvignon—one of the very best. Ideal with mussels, poached white fish and crayfish.”Retailing at €15.95 per bottle, a case of 12 can be delivered to your door free of charge for the price of the 12 bottles. NewsA cracker from New ZealandBy admin – November 11, 2011 613 Facebook Linkedincenter_img Advertisement Email Previous articleWarning as handbag thefts increaseNext articleFiona’s courage prompts other victims to come forward admin WhatsApplast_img

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