Mahi Sauvignon Blanc 2021Marlborough, New Zealand Add to Wishlist
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In the 1980s, legendary wine writer Oz Clarke lavished praise on New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, dubbing it ‘arguably the best in the world’ and instantly establishing the small island nation as a rising star of the wine world. Since then, Aotearoa — and particularly the spectacular region of Marlborough at the top of the country’s South Island — has become globally renowned for its signature Sauvignon style: citrus-stacked and complex, with intensely green notes of capsicum, young tomato stalk, and freshly cut grass. But there’s more to Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc than meets the eye — something Brian and Nicola Bicknell have spent over 20 years proving at their Wairau Valley winery Mahi. Crafted with hand-picked fruit sourced from six different vineyards and supplemented by a gentle infusion of Sémillon, Mahi’s extraordinarily elegant expression of this much-adored varietal exhibits a depth of flavour and personality rarely seen from this part of the world.
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An unexpected side of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Elegant yet bright and refreshing, with deeply textural layers of subtle spice, bright grapefruit, and ripe peach
At the top of New Zealand’s South Island, the breathtaking Marlborough Sounds stretch across 1,500 kilometres of sparkling coastline. Immerse yourself in a slice of the country’s legendary scenery with a day hike along the Queen Charlotte Track.
Drink now or cellar until 2024
With grilled white fish, oysters, or goat’s cheese
Doing the Mahi in sun-drenched Marlborough
In New Zealand’s most famous wine region, fertile fields unfurl green-gold wings underneath little rain and ample sunshine. Synonymous with Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough caps the northeastern tip of the South Island and produces the grassy, herbaceous whites that catapulted the country onto the world’s wine map in the 1980s.
Terroir-driven wines from New Zealand’s most famous region
A focus on texture and a hands-off philosophy
Expanding the perception of what Marlborough’s capable of