You may have seen a lot of it being discounted in multiples as the wineries of New Zealand sell off their wine cheap as it gets older.</p> Approach with caution! A lot of this is too old and lacking that zippy, fresh flavour that has made them so popular. MSB came to us at an attractive price and it did cross my mind that it may fall into this category. I was delighted when it displayed the freshness we have come to love, and at such a reasonable price too. Don’t be fooled by cut-price.
Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is known the world over for the intensity, clarity and range of its flavours. It fills the mouth and excites the senses and at its best there is nothing quite like it. Oak is sometimes used but never to the detriment of the natural attributes of the grape. For the most part it is meant to be drunk young to
retain these flavours which fade with time.