Who would have believed that one day we’d have Sauvignon Blancs paying tribute to 1980s pop groups? At least both share a New Zealand connection. The wine is a bit on the fuller side of things, but nicely balanced by mineral and grapefruit aromas and flavors, ending on notes of lime and cut grass. Drink up.
The deep gold color with a hint of copper suggests some skin contact. The attractive melon, lychee and spice aromas quickly dissipate with air, leaving mot much more than a slight astringency on the finish. Sourced from Nelson.