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||90 Pts Wine Enthusiast||Size:||750ML
90 Pts Wine Enthusiast
"Passion fruit and freshly cut grass on the nose suggest dewy, greenish freshness. The palate projects these fruity and tart notions on a very slender, juicy, easy and bright palate, full of citrus zing. The finish is dry and appetizing."
"Hannes strives to produce a very traditional Sauvignon Blanc and uses a native yeast fermentation technique he picked up in Germany. In order to use native yeasts throughout the winemaking process he takes the first few grapes from the harvest, crushes them in a temperature controlled pot and puts the juice in the vineyard to start fermenting. He is then able to take the fermenting pot of juice into the winery and use it to help inoculate and control the fermentation of all the juice at a much larger scale in the winery. For the Klassic wines aging takes place in inox and for the reserves in oak. The wine is filtered through a fountain system of natural rocks so the little yeast or grape particles get trapped in the rocks as the wine flows through. The results are some of the best Sauvignon Blanc wines we have ever tasted. They appeal to every Sauvignon Blanc flavor profile; the aromatic intensity of New Zealand, the structure of France, and the ripeness of Napa. Just perfectly balanced, these are great wines to introduce in the on-premise market."