$27.55 in any six
$31.35 in any six
$31.95 in any six
Howard Park Sauvignon Blanc contains a fragrant nose of snow peas and guava with a little passionfruit which is a precursor to a palate that's juicy and tight with citrus acidity. A barrel fermented component ensures that there is a level of complexity that separates it from its contemporaries.
I'll confess, I don't mind a glass of Sauvignon Blanc every now and then,
and if I do drink one, every now and then, here's the sort of wine I'd go for...
It's light and fresh in the mouth, combining a mildly creamy texture with lightly
chalky grip. Lime and grapefruit are in the mix and the finish is crunchy and dry.
Spot on. Touch and go for 94 points here.
Vintage: 2012 Score: 93 points
Barrel fermentation gives this the edge. Lovely fragrant aroma with long and textural palate. Complex flavours of peapods, blackcurrant leaf and tropicals.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 95 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
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