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Taringi from Marlborough

By now every man and his dog are probably familiar with the sensational Sauvignon Balnc's produced in New Zealands Marlborough region. Such is the popularity of these wines, which are famed for their massive hits of gooseberry fruit and mouth wateringly racy acidity that producers are now having to find new ways to make their wines stand out in an ever more crowded market place.

By now every man and his dog are probably familiar with the sensational Sauvignon Balnc's produced in New Zealands Marlborough region. Such is the popularity of these wines, which are famed for their massive hits of gooseberry fruit and mouth wateringly racy acidity that producers are now having to find new ways to make their wines stand out in an ever more crowded market place.

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The guys at Taringi achieve this by only sourcing their grapes from two of the best areas under vine the Awatere and Waiaru Valleys. They also insist on allowing the grapes to achieve a higher than average level of sugar ripeness which contributes to the wines fuller, rounder mouth feel and more persistent finish.

Facts about Marlborough!

The First grapes were actually planted in 1873 by Scotsman David Herd in the southern valleys

It wasn't until 100 years later in 1973 that the first commercial plantings took place at Montana’s Brancott Estate at Fairhall

The most famous and pioneering winery in the regions history, Cloudy Bay, was set up as recently as 1985.

Between 2007 and 2013 Marlborough more than doubled its production from around 120,000 tonnes of grapes grown to over 250,000

Despite Marlborough and New Zealands current popularity it still only produces a tiny amount of the worlds wine, less than 1%! 

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  1. Taringi Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough,2015

    Taringi Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, 2016 75cl

    A classic expression of Marlborough Sauvignon. Notes of gooseberry and rip gauva on the nose blanaced with a fresh crisp palate that is fruit and dry on the finish.

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