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1 - 12 of 68 South Australian Sauvignon Blanc
Alta Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
A vital expression of Sauvignon Blanc grown to high altitude vineyards from Kuitpo through to Kersbrook. Alta captures the wondrous cool climate charm of Adelaide Hills, an area so very renowned for stylish white wine. Alta initially debuted onto the market with the aim of producing the single best effort possible, exclusively Sauvignon Blanc. Individual parcels are chosen for their strong varietal intensity and regional eloquence, each contributes its own character to the finished wine. Made to drink now, generous with fruit flavours and crisp palate structure.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Sauvignon Blanc is harvested throughout the cool of night, when flavours are most intense and the balance ideal, grapes are crushed with open rollers to minimise phenolic and colour extraction. The biggest challenge is to ensure that the fresh flavours and finesse of juices are retained throughout the winemaking. Several yeast strains are used based on their ability to highlight varietal flavours and enhance palate structure. Free run and pressings are vinified, some on skins, in a combination of fermenters and large 4000 litre French oak casks. Batches are racked on lees after the completion of ferment and stored cool prior to assemblage.
 
Pale, icy green hue. Fragrant citrus blossom, passionfruit and spicy guava. Instantly mouth filling with rich pear, fleshy lime and spicy lemongrass penetrating the mid palate. Crisp acid adds exuberance and persistence whilst providing balance and freshness. Alta offers the solid backbone of fruit character to accompany bolder flavours, goujons almandine, chillied muscles or thyme and garilc chicken.
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Annies Lane Semillon Sauvignon 2014
Clare Valley
Annies Lane can boast a long and distinguished history of conspicuous winemaking which dates back to 1863. There really was an Annie, she lived long ago, her legacy vines have been cultivated on both sides of her eponymous boulevard for a century and a half. To this day, mother nature continues to deliver a bounty of the finest fruit to Annie's Lane every year. A mostly Semillon wine with a component of Sauvignon Blanc, sourced from estate Clare Valley vineyards, fashioned into a refreshing and stylish wine at the Annies Lane wineworks.
$1599each
$191DOZEN
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Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc are sourced from fine vineyards in Valley Clare. Sites are harvested with a view to capturing crisp varietal flavours and preserving good levels of refreshing acidity. Grapes are sorted into bins and sent to the press, crushed, drained and treated to a settling period which refreshes varietal characters and freshness of fruit. The most delicate free run juices are retained and transferred to fermenters for a cool, temperature controlled vinification. A small portion is matured in seasoned French oak barrels to add texture and complexity, while retaining the wine's fresh fruit character. Annies Lane is bottled promptly after completion following a racking for clarification, light fining and filtration.
 
Light straw, pale green hues. The nose shows the chalk aromas and steely tang of Semillon mingling with the fresh lifted tropical fruit and snow pea characters of Sauvignon Blanc. Vibrant flavours of grass and straw, a fine minerality, intense fruit characters come through on the palate, tight and elegant with a refreshingly dry finish. Clare Valley makes full bodied Semillon with good palate weight, Sauvignon Blanc adds a lovely touch of ripe tropical fruits.
Bird In Hand Sauvignon Blanc 2018
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
An unassuming young winegrower took his chances in 1997 with the re-emerging viticultural precinct of Adelaide Hills. Andrew Nugent planted vines and an olive grove on a hundred acres of land along Bird in Hand Road at Woodside. His efforts have since claimed a staggering list of awards for excellence on the international wine show circuit. Bird In Hand's preoccupations with growing and crafting the finest quality Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc have earned the highly prestigious George Mackey nomination for most outstanding exported wine.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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The Adelaide Hills are renowned for Sauvignon Blanc. Four hundred metres above sea level, the Bird In Hand vineyards face north and boast deep, well drained red earth, formed from metamorphic rock. Batches of the purest free runs, pressed from choice parcels of Sauvignon Blanc are individually fermented at cooler temperatures to retain fresh, lively fruit characters and crisp varietal definition. Although the Adelaide Hills do provide an unfair edge in terms of quality, it's always a thrill for the Bird In Hand team to taste the fruit of their endeavours in the finished wine.
 
Very light staw hue. Bouquet of greenery and herbaceousness. Citrus flavours, honeydew and tropical fruits, especially passion and grapefruits with a touch of brisk minerality. The palate is fresh and intense, expressing the signature Adelaide Hills style, finishing long, lively and crisp, striking the perfect balance between intensity and elegance. To be enjoyed chilled alongside crustacea, white meat dumplings or Al fresco.
Black Chook Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
Black Chook is a collaboration between maestro Ben Riggs and Tony Parkinson, proprietor of the salubrious Penny's Hill. Grapes are sourced from the Tomich property at Woodside in Onkaparinga Valley, a family owned and operated vineyard which yields the quality of fruit which has brought Adelaide Hills such renown. A vital Sauvignon Blanc that's fresh, beautiful to the taste and as invigorating as the cool Hills from whence it came, the idyllic growing conditions at Woodside deliver a gorgeous wine with crisp mineral textures and revitalizing palate.
$1699each
$203DOZEN
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The Galvanized Wine Group is a mob of Aussies with plenty of passion and good creds. The intrepid Ben Riggs makes the wines but all stakeholders, growers and staff get in on the act. To make a Black Chook, selection of site is central to the finished style of wine. The Tomich vineyard yields fruit with exceptional quality and balance. The unequivocally cool climate, very old, low to moderately fertile podsolic over schitz quartz soils yield outstanding Sauvignon Blanc. Parcels of grapes from Block J and Block L are destemmed straight into the press. A regimen of skin contact is employed to extract maximum flavours before inoculation and controlled, low temperature fermentation.
 
Light, bright straw colour. Freshly cut spring grass and sage on the nose, paired nicely with citrus and a touch of passionfruit sweetness to the mid palate. Call this a wine of many adjectives, fragrant and full of flavour, redolent of fresh herbs and cool climate fruit, stimulating, just perfect with food.
Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
While Bleasdale is steeped in history, it remains focused on crafting the finest possible styles for contemporary palates. Bleasdale work to the estate founder's philosophy of producing honest, consistent and reliable wines. Less than an hour away in the verdant Adelaide Hills, vineyards which can yield the quality of fruit worthy of the Bleasdale label, have been harvested right at the time that grapes achieve perfect ripeness and judicious levels of crisp acidity. A vivyfying, fragrant and aromatic Sauvignon Blanc to enjoy as aperitif or alongside the freshest faire.
$1899each
$227DOZEN
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Wander through the rolling and elevated aspects of Adelaide Hills at vintage and you'll find the Bleasdale team hard at work, timing the pick of the crop and collating the choicest parcels from the finest vineyards. They spare no expense in determining those parcels can best deliver a juicy and revitalizing style. Sauvignon Blanc has established its own style here, translating into crisp and vibrant wines with steely acidity, puckering fruit flavours and splendid clean finish. Fruit is crushed and chilled on skins for several hours of optimal extraction. The exclusively fee run juices are fermented to dryness, followed by several weeks of regular lees stirring battonage on light solids. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Pale, light straw hue. A crisp, fresh nose with lemongrass and gooseberry aromas, green vegetable, cut citrus and hints of luscious tropical fruit fragrances. A palate showing great purity of Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc charm with an enlivening freshness, the finish is clean and bright exhibiting juicy natural acidity and a lingering finesse. Enjoy chilled while young with chicken recipes, sauteed shellfish or the traditional caesar.
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Brands Laira Sauvignon Blanc 2015
Adelaide Hills
Nestled amongst the undulating, mist shrouded slopes and higher, cool ripening aspects of Adelaide Hills, are choice microclimes for harvests of the most effulgent Sauvignon Blanc, brimming with crisp vegetable and juicy tropical characters. The award winning McWilliams team take great delight in the collation of the finest parcels, to be crafted into a redolent Sauvignon Blanc wine that drinks magnificently while young and fresh, ideally alongside goat cheese recipes or the freshest seafood.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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McWilliams endeavour to isolate premier Adelaide Hills vineyards, with a proven record for an exuberant style of Sauvignon Blanc, vines that are age worthy and can demonstrate healthy growth. Harvested throughout the cool of late evening and earliest hours of morning, grapes are gently pressed, the juices are cold settled to maintain clarity and preserve intensity of flavour. Controlled cool ferments at temperatures of 12┬░C to 15┬░C are employed to enhance the distinctive Adelaide Hills aromatics. Upon completion, batches are rested on yeast lees to develop creamy textures and infuse complexity, followed by assemblage into the finished wine and a course of filtration.
 
Bright pale straw with light green hues. Juicy Adelaide Hills passionfruit aromatics dominate over a background of flinty, snow pea notes, supported by underlying tropical fruit characters. Intensely savoury flavours of snow peas and dried green herb with a finely rounded textured palate that's balanced by a crisp citrus finish. Perfect with prawns and brilliant with brie.
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Bridgewater Mill Sauvignon Blanc 2011
Adelaide Hills
Renowned for world class Sauvignon Blanc, Bridgewater Mill carries the flair that extols the virtuous fruit of Adelaide Hills finest vineyards. Bridgewater Mill is made by the Petaluma winemaking team, fully focused on producing cool climate Adelaide Hills wines. Petaluma's sensational Sauvignon Blanc is true to style year in and year out, with crisp natural acids and clear varietal character. All hands take a gentle and non intrusive approach to vinification, unlocking the freshness and vitality of fruit which best reflects the essence of Adelaide Hills in a bottle.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Sauvignon Blanc from the Deanery and Martin Hill Vineyard are supplemented by superb harvests from Lobethal and Piccadilly. After de-stemming and crushing, the chilled must, skins, seed and juices are pressed. Cold juices flow away to tank and are ettled by gravity into insulated tanks before racking onto Petaluma's chosen yeasts for vinification. The wine was fermented cool, 12C to 15C until very near complete dryness, achieving the correct balance of fruit and acid that gives Bridgewater Mill it's style and mouth watering freshness. The finished wine was cold settled to clarity before racking and a gentle filtration to bottle, capturing all the fragile, vibrant Sauvignon Blanc characters.
 
Pale straw colour. Intense varietal aromas of fresh, ripe tropical fruits with exotic herbaceous characters and great minerality. Gooseberry and slatey bouquets, wafts of lychee and bean, florid elements and fine herbs. The palate has substantial flavour and texture and finishes with crisp mineral dryness. Punchy fruit on the palate and on the nose, the vegetable and floral aromatics are integral to it's universal appeal. The dry, tangy finish makes it innately suitable to cheeses and seafood.
Cape Barren Sauvignon Blanc
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
$1999each
$239DOZEN
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Chain Of Ponds Black Thursday Sauvignon Blanc 2014
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
Black Thursday Vineyard played a role in extinguishing some nasty bushfires which threatened the Adelaide hamlets of Kuitpo and Gumeracha. Cheers were raised and there were many thanks given, but nothing could save chilled bottles of Chain of Ponds Sauvignon Blanc from the tired and thirsty firefighters. Consider this drink to be something quite the opposite of a parched and arid flame, think of green grass, iced kiwi fruit, cool cucumber and asparagus. A great match to the freshest sashimi or traditional Coquilles St Jacques.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from several fine vineyards around Gumeracha, Kenton Valley and Kuitpo. Two parcels are picked early in the season to maximise herbaceousness, apple and cucumber notes. The balance were picked to a schedule which would maximise natural acid, tropical flavours and mild citrus characters. Grapes arrive at dawn and are treated to an air bag press, keeping the free runs separate. Parcels are inoculated to a selection of yeasts and separately fermented. Batches were held on yeast lees for two months to enhance mouthfeel, the best components were assembled into the finished wine and bottled early, unwooded and unoaked, to retain vibrant freshness. Alcohol 12.3%
 
Pale straw with green hues. Freshly cut tropical melon nose with nuances of passionfruit, crisp apple and freshly squeezed lime juice. Hints of gooseberry, box tree and cucumber. Lush fruit driven palate, lively and refreshing, exhibiting balanced tropical fruits and citrus along with crisp freshly chilled apple and cucumber notes. Well balanced linear acidity lifts the fruit sweetness and gives a mouth watering finish of great length and flavour persistence.
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Cleanskin Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2014
Adelaide Hills
The Adelaide Hills are making finer and more conspicuous editions of Sauvignon Blanc every year, a sampling of the fresh crisp whites from this region tells you why. Some of the most highly prized vintages of Sauvignon Blanc are coming right out of Adelaide Hills, new local wineries and small batch makers are blitzing the competitions. We've discovered an early drinking cleanskin that offers clean and racy varietal fruit, is extremely well balanced with distinctive regionality and zesty acidity, while displaying fine length and a well rounded finish.
$999each
$119DOZEN
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Originally destined to be labelled and branded by a notable Adelaide Hills estate, Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from good vineyards at Woodside. Grapes are hand selected and picked throughout the early hours of morning to enhance flavour and minimise oxidation. Whole bunches are destemmed in small batches, without crushing and gently pressed. The free run juices are fermented to dry, individual parcels are trialled and tested for suitability, those most worthy for inclusion are assembled into the finished wine, to be bottled immediately after vinification, retaining the essence of Sauvignon Blanc grown to the cool ripening, high altitude Adelaide Hills.
 
Bright straw edges. Intense bouquet, snow pea and green bean, a lively herbaceousness, guava, citrus and sherbet fragrances. The clean fruit and vegetable characters continue on the palate, crisp apple acids, gooseberries and bean provide complexity. Lemongrass and a touch of mineral, greenery and herbaceousness over a core of luscious tropical fruit flavours.
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dArenberg Stump Jump White 2016
McLaren Vale
The hallmark of this wine, is that it's a great value drink, anywhere and at anytime with most anyone. Every Stump Jump takes the drinker on a journey of engaging varietal fruit experiences. The dimension of flavour and textural richness brought about by a complex c├ępage of Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc, Marsanne and Rousanne, are heightened by a level of dryness and splendid integration. The palate is very fresh and tight, restrained fruit intensity and ripeness balanced with lovely crunchy acidity keeps the finish in check.
$1199each
$143DOZEN
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The stump jump plough worked so well in McLaren Vale that it was adopted worldwide in the late 19th century because of its ability to ride over stumps and gnarled roots. A mix of varietals which have proved themselves to be a popular blend right from the very first release. Fruit is picked at different levels of ripeness from a network of fine vineyards. Grapes are gently crushed and pressed into controlled fermenters for inoculation, some parcels are treated to partial vinification on skins. Upon completion, batches are taken to the tasting bench, more of a table really, where the team determine the final blend, bottled without any oak maturation to retain vital expressions of fresh grapes off the vine. Alcohol 11.7%
 
Light citrus green hue. Riesling contributes finesse, Sauvignon Blanc brings aromatics, Marsanne and Roussanne bring complexity, nuttiness and palate palate. An exotic mix of stonefruits and citrus, passionfruit, guava and tinned pineapple, a long savoury, nutty finish. The mouthfeel is rich and luscious without being overly oily, kept in check by a fine line of mineral acidity.
Grant Burge 5th Generation Semillon Sauvignon
Barossa Eden
Available by the dozen
Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc complement each other and coalesce into a delightful accord when made just right. A component of 5th Generation is sourced from two of the oldest plantings in Barossa Valley, vines up to a hundred years of age, these wonderful old sites yield a quality of Semillon endowed with exceptional intensity and charm. The supple richness of Semillon's delicate perfume mingles alluringly with the piquancy of Sauvignon Blanc. Treated to an extravagant mix of vinification techniques, the finished wine shows exquisite balance.
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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The Grant Burge team have selected harvests of Sauvignon Blanc from splendid Eden Valley vineyards on the basis of vibrancy and retention classic fruit profile. Sauvignon Blanc is crushed and de stemmed, Semillon is de stemmed and pressed, a portion as whole bunches. Components of Semillon are barrel fermented in seasoned French oak while treated to a course of lees stirring battonage. The balance of Semillon Sauvignon Blanc are vinfied for two months at low temperatures in fermenters to maximise the retention of fresh varietal flavours. The barrel ferments are matured on sedimentery lees, to impart additional texture and richness.
 
Lemon green hue. Lifted aromas of citrus and melon, delicately interwoven with subtle herbaceous notes. The palate is fresh and lively, ripe tropical fruit flavours, zesty lime and a soft creamy lemon curd finish. The time spent by Semillon on lees has rounded the palate, adding an extra dimension to the wine. 5th Generation is best enjoyed young, the perfect match to crustacea and fresh fishes.
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