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Craggy Range Avery Sauvignon Blanc
As recommended by Jane MacQuitty The Times wine critic
Intense citrus and guava flavours and a rich minerality create an exotic Sancerre style. Craggy Range was the first winery in New Zealand to develop single-vineyard wines that recognise their unique terroirs.
Wine at a glance
Perfect food match
Chicken in Thai basil sauce
Intense citrus and guava flavours along
with rich minerality create an exotic Sancerre style that is brilliant with white meat; try it with chicken in a Thai basil sauce.
This wine is drawn from their Avery vineyard, one of the oldest planting of Sauvignon Blanc in Marlborough. Chopped green pepper and a unique minerality of crushed seashells.
Craggy Range Avery Sauvignon Blanc is rated
Rated 5 out of
The best sauvignon Blanc you will taste. Very smooth, not grassy or flowery like so many cheap sauvignons, but still retains that definite sauvignon flavour. It is quite pricey, but head and shoulders above others in this price range.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of
Best New Zealand sauvignon
I have to agree with others that this is delicious. It is my favourite of all the sauvignons here at Waitrose. Shall buy a case when Wine Cellar runs another offer as above my budget for every day. However, life's too short to drink bad wine so I shall just pay up and enjoy it.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 4 out of
This won't disapoint!
This may not match the intensity of the sb team leader-Cloudy Bay, but it is on a par with Jackson Estate. There is a good balance of fruit and acidity, without intense floral notes often associated with Sb. The taste is fresh and fruity, with a soft mineral background. The flavour lingers on the palette. Drink as an aperitif, but also goes well with fish and chicken. Is it better than Riverpath, Waitrose own Marlborough or perhaps Brancott Estate? Well, perhaps not. But it's very nice!
Date published: 2014-11-28