Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc
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Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc is a Marlborough, NZ – Oyster Bay’s philosophy is to produce refined wines, characteristic of the region, elegant and assertive, with beautiful fruit flavors. Its brilliant clarity, extraordinary aromatic flavors and refreshing taste. The citrus notes and tropical aromas are young, elegant and fresh.
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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: Oyster Bay
Oyster Bay Wines is a New Zealand wine producer best known for its Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough wines. It was founded by the family business Delegats and its first vintage was named Best Sauvignon Blanc at the 1991 International Wine and Spirits Competition. Oyster Bay was one of the first labels to capitalize on the popularity of Marlborough's herbaceous and aromatic style and has since evolved into one of New Zealand's most recognized wine brands. Vineyards across the Marlborough region provide grapes for Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir in Wairau and Avatere. Merlot and Pinot Gris are grown in newly acquired vineyards in the Hawke's Bay wine region in the North Island of the country. The portfolio also includes a couple of sparkling wines from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Oyster Bay cases are produced in the millions annually. Oyster Bay wines were originally UK-focused, but US sales have increased. In 2015, America accounted for 40 percent of Oyster Bay's global sales, making it one of the most represented New Zealand brands in the country.
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