To Try, Buy And Put By

28th January, 2018

Because the southern hemisphere’s autumn harvest takes place in our spring, in September we can expect to see wines with 2017 on their label.

This one is a very ambitious and gorgeously restrained, beautifully balanced, Loire-like sauvignon, but with Sancerre-style depth and complexity. A bargain.

With droughts, earthquakes and falling volumes, it was felt we might never see a sub-€12 New Zealand sauvignon again. Dunnes begs to differ, and has found this tangy, zingy...

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