94 points | 5 Stars - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
“Gorgeously fruited and inviting, the bouquet shows nectarine, mango, feijoa and lemon peel aromas, followed by a succulent palate that is punchy and flavoursome. The wine offers magnificent fruit purity and lively mouthfeel, finishing long and delicious.”

Kahurangi is a Maori word with a number of translations, two being “treasured possession” and “precious jewel”. The logo is a stylised
reproduction of the Nikau palm, which proliferates in the valleys and west coast beaches of the Kahurangi National Park. The Nikau palm
was a treasured source of food and flax to the indigenous Maori tribes in the South Island.

Vineyards | Moutere Hills, Kina Peninsula, Waimea Plains
Soil | Predominantly Moutere Clay
Fermentation / Maturation | 100% Stainless Steel

Vintage Summary; A stunning grape growing season for the 2019 Harvest. A dry Spring, followed by a hot and dry Summer with a little bit of rain just before harvest began, resulting in
intense flavours and ripeness in the grapes and wines.
Tasting Notes; Crisp clean tropical aromas of pineapple and passionfruit with subtle flint notes abound. The palate is a beautiful blend of fleshy white peach and rock melon. Along and luscious finish, a stunning wine that should be served chilled.


Cellaring Recommendations | Drink young and fresh through to 2022
Dietary Information | Not suitable for Vegans

(KAH00071)

 

Country:

New Zealand

Region:

Nelson

Variety:

Sauvignon Blanc

Style:

Crisp, dry, whites.

Winemaker:

Neil Todd

Closure:

Screwcap

ABV

13%

Bottle size:

750ml

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Body:

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Sweetness:

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Acidity:

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Food Match:

Seafood, Chicken

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