Wine Dog Point, Sauvignon Blanc, 2010
Straw yellow with green highlights.
The wine has a complex flavor with the whole range of citrus tones, with well-integrated acidity, long mineral finish.
The aroma of wine in harmony tones of citrus and tropical fruits.
Wine suitable for seafood, especially oysters and scallops, and a green salad.
Winery Dog Point (in translation from English - "A Dog's Place") founded the James Healey and Ivan Sutherland, who stood at the origins of the New Zealand wine industry. Before that they worked for a long time in a certain sector Cloudy Bay. Dog Point Vineyards farms are located in the north of the South Island, one of the regions of Marlborough - Valley Wyre (Wyre Valley). Grapes grow on fatty silt loam soil with natural drainage. The basic approach used in the production of wine - non-interference in natural processes, gives wines exciting purity and strength, and prolonged contact with the wort lees gives the wine a firm structure.