Tasting notes: The nose features complex aromas of white peach and fig, with floral notes, spice, white truffle and a touch of flint.
On the palate are layers of flavour; ripe nectarine, apple strudel and nuances of roasted nuts. The palate also exhibits exceptional texture, lingering concentration and a pure fresh finish.
About the winery: New Zealand’s Brancott Estate makes wines that have won a stream of accolades from around the world. It was the first estate to plant Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in Marlborough, a region whose sunny days and crisp nights produce distinctive wines with fresh, fruit-forward flavours. Part of Pernod Ricard since 2005, Brancott Estate is on a continual quest for new expressions with a range that includes low alcohol, sparkling, organic and late-harvest wines.