Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc Wine

Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc Wine

Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc Wine

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Introducing Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc, a wine that encapsulates the essence of New Zealand's Marlborough region in every glass. Crafted with precision and passion by the renowned Nobilo family, this Sauvignon Blanc is a celebration of crisp, vibrant flavors and a true expression of the terroir.

Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc opens with a burst of tropical aromas, featuring notes of passion fruit, zesty citrus, and subtle herbaceous undertones. The inviting bouquet sets the stage for a refreshing and invigorating palate experience.

On the palate, the wine unfolds with lively acidity, showcasing the signature Marlborough style. Crisp green apple and ripe gooseberry flavors interplay seamlessly, creating a harmonious balance that lingers on the taste buds. The finish is clean and revitalizing, leaving a lasting impression of the region's cool climate and the meticulous care invested in the winemaking process.

The distinctive character of Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc makes it a versatile companion for various occasions. Whether enjoyed on a sunny afternoon, paired with fresh seafood, or shared among friends, this wine is a testament to the Nobilo commitment to quality and authenticity.

Embrace the vibrancy of New Zealand's Marlborough region with Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc – an exceptional wine that captures the spirit of the land and delivers a truly memorable tasting experience. Elevate your moments with the bright and flavorful allure of Nobilo. Cheers to the art of winemaking, celebrated in every bottle.

Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc presents a pale straw hue in the glass, hinting at the wine's youthful and lively character. Its clarity reflects the purity and freshness that define the Marlborough region.

The aromatic journey begins with an exuberant burst of tropical fruits, led by vibrant notes of passion fruit and juicy citrus. Subtle herbaceous undertones add depth, reminiscent of freshly cut grass and green bell peppers. The nose is inviting, promising a refreshing and expressive Sauvignon Blanc experience.

On the palate, Nobilo delivers on its aromatic promise with a crisp and bright profile. Zesty citrus, dominated by grapefruit and lime, takes center stage, creating a refreshing acidity that dances on the taste buds. The tropical fruit medley, featuring hints of pineapple and guava, adds a delightful sweetness, balancing the overall flavor profile.

The finish is clean, lingering with a revitalizing acidity that leaves a memorable impression. Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc's signature characteristic is its ability to marry fruitiness with a herbaceous edge, providing a well-rounded and harmonious conclusion to each sip.

Sauvignon Blanc is most famously produced in Marlborough, New Zealand and France, where (in the former) its telltale gooseberry and grapefruit notes shine most brightly. It also does well in Australia, particularly Margaret River in the far west of the country, in addition to the Adelaide Hills.Tangy peach, mango and tangerine flavors with fresh herbal details. Smooth and round, with a vibrant acidity.
Nobilo vineyards are spread throughout the sub-regions of Marlborough. “No other region in the world can match Marlborough, the northeastern corner of New Zealand's South Island, which seems to be the best place in the world to grow Sauvignon Blanc grapes."- George M. Taber, noted American wine critic.
Sauvignon blanc is a green-skinned grape variety that originates from the city of Bordeaux in France. The grape most likely gets its name from the French words sauvage ("wild") and blanc ("white") due to its early origins as an indigenous grape in South West France.
The Nobilo family company was, in turn, acquired by BRL Hardy, one of Australia's largest winemakers, 2000. BRL Hardy merged Nobilo with its Constellation Brands wines in 2003. The new combined company, Constellation Wines, was able to distribute Nobilo wines throughout New Zealand, Australia, Europe and the Americas.
Sauvignon Blanc is usually made in a dry style. This means that after the grapes are pressed, the sugar from the grape must is converted into alcohol by yeast. When all of the sugar is converted, it creates a fully dry wine.Coupled with a crisp dryness, light body and mellow colour and you can see why so many of us enjoy it. Sauvignon Blanc is almost always dry and young in style and rarely aged, although it is used in France to make refreshingly delicate, sweet dessert wines.
On the nose, expect pungent, in-your-face aromas ranging from freshly cut grass, peas and asparagus, to tropical and ripe passion fruit, grapefruit, or even mango. On the palate wines taste light bodied with racy acidity and moderate alcohol. Occasionally, Sauvignon Blanc ages in oak.
A fruity wine that is very clean, soft and off-dry. Grapes are picked from selected vineyards.

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