Brancott Sauvignon Blanc 750ml
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Get this Brancott Sauvignon Blanc delivered to your door. Brancott Sauvignon Blanc is produced in Marlborough, New Zealand.
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Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine grape type best known for producing dry white wines. Its taste distinguishes it from most other white wine grape types, making it light and pleasant.
The most frequent Sauvignon Blanc taste notes are tropical, tree, and citrus fruit. When the wine originates from a colder region, subtleties of dates, papaya, melon, and many aromas of herbs or dry underbrush are more prominent. You may detect pieces of English pudding, custard, and vanilla if you're exposed to oak. While it is perhaps best recognized for being the main white wine grape type in the Bordeaux area of France and the Loire Valley, sensuous Sauvignon blancs are also produced in New World wine growing locations like as Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley in California. In addition, Sauvignon Blanc is renowned for being part of the mix that produces the sweet dessert wine known as Sauternes in Bordeaux.
This grape variety thrives in both cold and warm regions and a wide range of soil types. As a result, it's a little more complicated. In New Zealand, for example, the kind of soil on which Sauvignon Blanc is produced has a significant impact.
About the Producer: Brancott Estate
Brancott Estate is a wine producer based in Marlborough, New Zealand, founded in 1977 by Frank Yukich. It was the first Marlborough winery to plant Sauvignon Blanc, which is now the region's trademark and dominates the acreage. The Brancott estate produces a large portfolio of wines that include many different styles and varieties of grapes at different prices. The top of the line is Chosen Rows, a duo of Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir varieties, produced from the best vineyards on the company's properties. The first plantations on the Brancott estate were Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling and Sylvaner in 1973. The South Island of New Zealand was believed to be too cold for growing grapes for wine production, so few attempts were made. In 1975 the first Sauvignon Blanc was planted and in 1979 the first vintage bottle was produced. Brancott Sauvignon Blanc soon achieved international success, paving the way for Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and New Zealand's own wine industry. In 1990, Queen Elizabeth II visited the property and planted a vine. Grancott Estate wines were originally sold under the label Montana Wines, a winery founded by Yukic's father Ivan Yukic in 1934 in Auckland. Montana initially focused on growing grapes for liqueurs, but wine production began in 1944. Although Brancott Estate is synonymous with the first Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, the 1979 harvest also saw the launch of the region's first Pinot Noir and now its brand. registered red grape. Marlborough. The path to change the name Montana started in 2001, when it was acquired by the British company Allied Domecq, after establishing itself as one of the biggest wine producers in New Zealand. Shortly thereafter, Montana wines sold in the United States were given the Brancott Estate label to avoid confusion with the state of Montana. In 2005, Allied Domecq was acquired by Pernod Ricard, one of the largest alcoholic beverage companies in the world. It was under this new owner that Montana finally became known exclusively as the Brancott Estate wines.
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