A lush, pretty nose of tropical fruit and flowers start this elegant SB from Durbanville. A stylish white with a light touch, and flavors of gooseberry and pepper. Great minerality and food-friendly character. Pair with Thai, Indian.
Warm aromas of melon rind and canned peas are balanced by citrus and fresh-cut grass, and ride out to the long finish. A great example of Sauvignon Blanc with spine in a well-integrated presentation. —K.F.
This spritely SB starts with fresh citrus, tropical fruit and green vegetal notes, leading into like flavors with a clean finish. Pronounced minerality keeps the bigger flavors in check. A good everyday white for various dishes—seafood, Malaysian, curries.
Lean, grassy, with ample tangy herb and lime elements from start to even finish. The slight note of CP (that’s cat pee) in the bouquet is right in line with the angular, crisp neo-New Zealand style.
Lively spice and minerals lead on the nose of this value white, with a play of fresh lemon citrus and acid offering refreshing character. The wine has body but is light. Perfect for seafood and solo sipping.
A fragrant nose of grass, tropical fruit and fig entices in this pretty SB from Durbanville Hills. On the palate, there are clean, balanced flavors of robust tropical fruit and a touch of spice. Full-bodied but refreshing. Pair with fish, grilled chicken.
A fresh citrus and delicate tropical fruit nose gives this Durbanville white a stylish start. Steely and crisp on the palate, with flavors of gooseberry and grass, the wine is balanced and soft. Pair with grilled seafood or salads.