Made in the same method as Champagne (Méthode Traditionelle), New Zealand Sparkling offers an approachable New World alternative to one of the world’s most famous wines. Displaying hallmark characteristics of biscuity, citrus aromas backed with good acidity and structure.
TasteClean & fresh, focussed passionfruit, lime & a touch of herbaceousness, frizzante styleEatSeafood… On a beachWhyA fun way to drink Sauvignon
TasteAutolysis characters, well rounded, balanced & generous tropical fruitEatCorn fritters, shell fishWhyTo celebrate…
TasteAromas of strawberry compliment nutty & yeasty notes. The Pinot Noir grape is very apparent & the finish is long & savouryEatFresh, grilled lobsterWhyCompliments any social occasion
TastePerfumed with floral notes & bread dough aromas, this wine is a fresh aperitif that is well balanced & has a clean finishEatNo food required!WhyCaptures the purity of the Bannockburn fruits