Tasting notes: Tohu Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand
Tohu Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand has aromas of passionfruit and fresh citrus. This leads to a palate of ripe tropical fruits and herbal notes in this luscious Awatere Valley Sauvignon Blanc.
Best paired with seafood dishes, including shellfish, fresh fish and squid and crayfish.
Tohu produces award-winning New Zealand wine crafted from grapes grown in our breathtakingly beautiful, Awatere Valley vineyard. When Tohu launched in 1998 they were the world’s first Māori-owned wine company. Since then they have grown a reputation for producing premium wine in a range of varieties. Winning awards for their Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir and Méthode Traditionnelle.
Grapes for this wine are sourced from blocks located in the upper, mid, and lower areas of the Awatere Valley. The Awatere Valley is cooler, drier and windier overall than other sub-regions of Marlborough. Therefore has a longer and cooler growing season. These climatic factors combined with vineyards located on young, fertile river terraces result in distinctive wines with a mineral drive and fruit-forward flavours.