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1 - 12 of 40 Victorian Sauvignon Blanc
Balgownie Sauvignon Blanc
Yarra Valley
Available by the dozen
An assemblage of fruit grown to the Balgownie property in Bendigo with choice components from good vineyards in central Victoria and Yarra Valley. Influenced by the Mediterranean climes and temperate nights, Bendigo Sauvignon Blanc is characterised by warmer weather passionfruit and lychee. Slower ripening parcels from the cooler, lower latitudes and elevated aspects of Yarra Valley bring vital grass and mineral notes. An identifiable expression of Victorian Sauvignon Blanc, exhibiting good fruit, herbaceousness and immense drinkability factor.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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The long and cool ripening conditions of Yarra Valley yield Sauvignon Blanc wines which are enjoyed across Australia for their vital, elegant palate structures, requisite vegetative characters and well balanced natural acidity. Parcels grown to warmer sites in Bendigo and central Victoria contribute richer tropical characters. Two unique clones of Sauvignon Blanc are harvested in separate passes through the vineyards to optimumly capture the vibrant fresh characters of early harvested fruit just as the grapes achieve full physiological ripeness. Following the press, the purest free run juices are treated to a cool fermentation over a course of six weeks, lightly fined, filtered and bottled promptly after vinification.
 
Light straw in colour. Bright, fresh tropical and grassy fruit notes leap from the glass. Palate exhibits lovely passionfruit flavours, grapefruits and asparagus, a touch of lemongrass and quartz character are completed by a crisp acid finish. The perfect wine to accompany Vietnamese rice paper rolls, seafood dumplings or Thai sweet chilli prawns.
Currently out of stock
Brown Brothers Crouchen Sauvignon Blanc 2014
Murray King
Brown Brothers are the most eminent custodian of Crouchen in Australia. Their viticultural team have established vineyards in the Mallee, which are highly specialised to yield the best fruit. Bringing Crouchen and Sauvignon Blanc together in a bright and juicy, refreshingly fruit driven wine, achieves the consumate accompaniement to today's contemporary styles of cuisine. An exciting new twist on two long time favourites which are marvelously suited to each other. Plainly wonderful alongside Asian chilli recipes, chicken caesar or cheese rocquet pizzette.
$1199each
$143DOZEN
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Crouchen is a white grape which originated in the western Pyrenees of France, due to its temperamental nature however, it is no longer there in any quantity. Sauvignon Blanc hails from the picturesque Loire Valley, where it is responsible for the aromatic, deeply flavoured dry white wines of Sancerre and Pouilly Fume. An assemblage of roughly equal components, harvested at a range of ripe sugar baume levels from 11┬░ to 13┬░, immediately crushed, inoculated and vinified under cool temperature controlled conditions to capture the singular affinity between Crouchen and Sauvignon Blanc. The finished wine is bottled very promptly after completion, to retain all the bright, crisp characters of grapes on the vine. Alcohol 11.0%
 
Bright straw hue. Lifted aromas of asparagus and green capsicum, courtesy of Sauvignon Blanc, passionfruit and ripe pear of Crouchen. The aromas follow through to the palate, grassyness and herb, passionfruit and ripe pear, lively, delicate and fresh. Serve well chilled whilst young and fresh. Perfect with pesto chicken or pan fried fish with milled pepper and squeeze of lemon.
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Brown Brothers Everton White 2008
Victorian
This unwooded dry white wine is an assemblage of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio. Brown Brothers can lay claim to debuting unique wine styles, Everton succeeds in fully integrating three heretofore unmatched varietals. The Chardonnay imparts body and length while the Sauvignon Blanc contributes lifted, herbaceous aromas and vibrant acidity. A small proportion of Pinot Grigio is added to contribute a nice savoury background. The three grapes combine into a complete wine thats greater than the sum of the parts.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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The Brown Brothers team settled on Chardonnay as primary component for the final wine. The body, weight and length of palate was embellished by Sauvignon Blanc, which brought a measure of aromaticness and herbaceousness. Pinot Grigio was included for complexity and definition. Grapes are harvested in separate parcels at baume levels ranging from 11.5 to 13.0 throughout the night to maintain freshness and aromatic qualities, followed by inoculation and a cool, temperature controlled fermentation. Everton is completely unwooded and has received no oak contact so as not to inhibit the complexity of fruit. Everton is bottled immediately after vinification is completed with an alcohol of 13.0%
 
A pale straw colour. Displays youthful aromas of Chardonnay peach and Sauvignon grassiness. The palate exhibits the fullness and stone fruit flavours of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc contributes a lively, racy edge and a fresh crisp finish. Best enjoyed young, this easy drinking wine offers fantastic versatility, enjoy with barbequed salmon or chicken supreme.
Buller Beverford Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
King Valley
Available by the dozen
Beverford has come from nowhere to become one of Victoria's best value, fruit driven, high country whites. This fashionable combo of varietal gapes takes well to the chilly microclimes around the elevated vineyards of the King Valley. A tight, fresh and very approachable style of everyday table wine, Beverford can be described as a white for the moment, flavoursome and tropical, yet dry and refreshingly zesty, immediately recognisable as perfect crowd pleaser. Ready to drink and enjoy, will go with any food and suit every taste, what else could we wish for.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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Beverford takes it's name from a sleepy hamlet where Buller have established their second winery operation. With the progressive addition of cutting edge vinification facilities, Beverford can produce palate friendly, forward drinking wines to suit contemporary styles and surpass all standards. Richard Buller has drawn batches of good fruit from growers in the old tobacco country of Victoria's highlands. The cool climate of the King Valley is ideal for slowly ripening Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, it brings out the unique flavours of the grapes. Parcels of fruit are vinified at the Beverford wineworks at Swan Hill, fashioned into a refreshing white wine that features strong regionality and heightened flavour profiles. Approx 13.0%
 
Light straw in colour. Aromas of passionfruit, nuances of sour apple, cut chives and grass. On the palate Beverford comes across as fruit driven and crisp, crunchy with apple and melon, persimmon and tangy lime characters. Lively fruit flavours of pineapple and passionfruit along with hints of gooseberry. Food friendly, ready to drink now and requires no waiting.
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Chandon Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Yarra Valley
Domain Chandon takes aim to capture the affable charm of Victorian Sauvignon Blanc. Well rounded, crisp and dry with a juicy, flavourful palate, a contemporarily styled white wine, brimming with layers of sub tropical fruit, underpinned by herbaceousness and minerality. Fashioned from some of the finest harvests in Victoria, the perfect wine for every long and relaxed luncheon, serve chilled, idyllic as aperitif and perfect partner to good food.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Fruit is sourced from upper reaches of the cool climate Yarra Valley, Strathbogie and Goulburn. The Chandon team are focused on sourcing parcels off vineyards that are planted to soils which are ideal for Sauvignon Blanc. Vines are meticulously maintained to achieve dappled light throughout the canopy, ensuring the retention of pristine flavours. Grapes are harvested throughout the cool hours of morning as they can best begin to display optimum intensity and acid balance. Fruit is pressed and the juices held in contact with lees for a short time to liberate complex flavours and add texture. Batches are racked to fermenters and inoculated by a strain of yeast that's highly complementery of Sauvignon Blanc.
 
Pale straw with green hues. Fresh and inviting bouquet of guava, passionfruit and ripe lime characters underpinned by a subtle note of fresh herbs. The profile on the palate displays intensity and crystal clarity of vibrant varietal fruit, well supported by refreshing juicy acidity and wonderful finesse. The perfect white to inspire company into lively conversation, a great accompaniment to all your favourite faire.
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Cleanskin Victorian Sauvignon Blanc 2008
King Valley
Crafted with fine food in mind, nature has played a big part in contributing to the flavour profile of this crisp and aromatic, decidedly fruit driven wine. Sourced from good growers operating superior vineyards, the focus being to create a Sauvignon Blanc of excellent varietal definition, a lingering palate and lovely clean finish. Minimally handled to retain the vibrancy of fruit character, cooler ripening sites contribute an intensity of flavour. The addition of parcels from earlier ripening blocks imparts balance and length to the finished wine.
$899each
$107DOZEN
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The remarkable winegrowing mesoclimes of Victoria's high country are heaven sent for Sauvignon Blanc. It is from these undulating slopes that pioneers produced their first vintages, examples of which found their way to the far reaches of the Empire. Wildly fluctuating terroirs and higher elevations are the key to the finesse and complexity. A maze of valleys and sub-valleys offer slopes of every aspect, there is as much variation here as one can find anywhere. The soils are innately suited to viticulture, such an endowment of choice winegrowing terrain produces some of the most agreeable white wines in Australia, fresh and fragrant, crisp and food friendly with sound structure and crisp fruit characters.
 
Pale straw in colour with fresh green hues. Lifted aromas of lemongrass and vegetal are complexed by luscious perfumes of gooseberry. Well integrated flavours and great intensity, a palate of intense greenery and crisp nashi are accompanied by the cool climate tang of crabapple acid. Minerality and ripe fruit persist, lemongrass develops along the length of palate, soft and food friendly from start to finish, as it closes toward a clean, refreshing finish. Drinking brilliantly upon release, perfect with creamy chicken dishes, contemporary styles of pasta and the freshest seafood.
Coldstream Hills Sauvignon Blanc
Yarra Valley
Available by the dozen
Situated amongst the scenic, cool ripening climes of Yarra Valley, the steep aspects and closely planted Coldstream Hills vines yield harvests of the finest Sauvignon Blanc. The wines here are quite literally hand made, not withstanding the skill of the winemakers, there has been no significant change in the art of vinification. The aim is to produce a definitive Yarra Valley Sauvignon Blanc, characterised by elegance and finesse, by silky supple texture, length of flavour and the ability to offer sophistication and complexity, within a forward drinking fruit driven style.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
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Forming an integral part of the Coldstream Hills varietal range, in some years, a percentage of Semillon is included to add texture. There is an emphasis here on clarity of varietal fruit and length of flavour. Sourced predominantly from hillside vineyards in the cool Upper Yarra, grapes are gently pressed, approximately a third of the juices are barrel fermented and matured in a selection of older French oak barriques and puncheons. The balance is treated to a course of vinification in controlled fermenters and stored on fine lees with occasional stirring. A small percentage of Semillon from the prestigious Rising Vineyard is included into the final wine to add complexity and texture. Alcohol 13.0%
 
Pale straw with light green hues. Clean and fresh nose with attractive notes of lemon rind, lychees and passionfruit. Underlying nougat barrel fermentation characters are present adding further complexity. An elegant style offering flavours of passionfruit, lychees and lemon citrus. Subtle oak underpins the wine's texture and length. The palate is finely balanced, finishing with chalky lemon acidity.
Crawford River Cielo
Henty
Available by the dozen
Pure Sauvignon Blanc, luxuriously barrel fermented through the spontaneous action of wild indigenous yeasts. A curious selection of tubular cigar shaped casks are essential to the style, longer and slimmer than traditional barriques to maximize sedimentery lees contact and enhance exposure to oak. Twelve months of age on light solids builds creamy richness and introduces Burgundian influenced, grapefruit boulang├Ęre complexity. A voluptuously proportioned, yet elegant, textural wine, a bliss alongside lemon and rosemary partridge or quail.
$2899each
$347DOZEN
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Pale straw green hues. A delicious nose of ripe yellow stone fruit, hints of dried pineapple over subtle oak undertones. Delicate mineral notes and firm chalky flavours, lending weight to the textural palate, supple oak and time on lees lending interest and increasing depth to the back. Fine acidity, well balanced and fabulous length.
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Crawford River Nektar 375ml 2010
Henty
From time to time at Crawford River, when vintage conditions are just so, the capricious botrytis cinerea blights a parcel or two of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. This however can be a blessing of nature, if a spell of clear skies and sunny days, just before the time of picking, works its magic by drying out the berries and intensifying the natural sugars. The uniquely favourable mesoclimes of the Henty region are heaven sent for white wines, even more so when mother nature sets the stage for a toothsome sauternes style to rival the very finest.
$3999each
$479DOZEN
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A mostly Sauvignon Blanc wine with a smaller component of Semillon. Fruit is slowly and carefully whole bunch pressed, the cleanest most pristine free run juices are essential to the integrity of style. Batches are racked for several days and treated to a regimen of rackings for clarification. A combination of yeasts inoculate the vinification, a third of the wine is filled to a selection of seasoned French oak for a luxurious course of barrel ferments, enriching the wine with complexity while softening the palate.
 
Deep bright yellow. A lifted, fresh scent of elderflower blossom and apricots, followed by yellow nectarine, chargrilled peach and cashew notes. A luscious, textural and dense, focused structure on the palate, fresh passionfruit and ripe peach linger on the back, its crisp, clean acidity capping off the extremely persistent finish. Exquisite as aperitif, a joy alongside fresh fruit desserts and ices.
Crawford River Semillon Sauvignon
Henty
Available by the dozen
Exactingly fashioned from parcels of Semillon grapes, hand picked off dry grown vines, an exquisitely fragrant wine with a serious weight of palate, deliciously reflecting the cooler, balmy maritime breezes which rejuvenate the vineyard. The quality of fruit at Crawford River is the product of a painstaking approach to viticulture and careful management of crop levels throughout the growing season. The concentration of flavours and finely attenuated acidity offer great opportunty for growers with the nerve to tough out the extended vintages at Henty.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Crawford River Wines has been a stimulating challenge for a fourth generation wool grower exploring the viticultural benefits of Henty as a new and unique appellation. As the first Crawford Vineyard posts were pounded into the slope in 1975, a number of the bemused locals pondered the efficacy of a drive-in theatre at such a remote location! A growing number of vineyards adopting the undulating grazing fields and natural bushlands of the surrounding landscape are today making significant contributions to the tapestry of Victoria viticulture. Following vinification and extended time on lees, a small amount has been barrel fermented in old French oak barriques, lending subtle textural elegance, balance and finesse.
 
Light straw colour. Subtle is the keyword, fragrant bouquets of honeysuckle, minerals and lime . A deliciously fresh, soft and evenly poised palate underpinned by firm chalky minerality, courtesy of time spent on lees. Fine, linear acidity is complimented by plush texture throughout, the lingering, bone dry finish is bright, persistent and crisp.
Deakin Estate Sauvignon Blanc
Murray Valley
Available by the dozen
Established 1967, Deakin Estate sold their harvests until a winery was built in 1980. Many of the vines have now achieved considerable age, but the team's efforts remain focused on producing fruit of the highest quality and wines brimming with flavour. A brightly lit, fruit forward Sauvignon Blanc that's best enjoyed young for its zesty, youthful freshness. Classic food accompaniements are oysters and goat's cheese but shellfish and chicken asparagus would also be a great match.
$1099each
$131DOZEN
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Sauvignon Blanc is harvested from the Deakin Estate vineyard at Red Cliffs near Mildura in the sunny Murray Darling. The vignerons monitor their vines very closely throughout the ripening period, as the decision of when to pick is critical to the quality of the finished wine. The challenge is to fashion a Sauvignon Blanc that's herbaceous and just moving into the sub tropical characters, a brilliant, fresh and pungent place to be. Cold fermentations, a careful selection and finishing are all that follows, getting the time of picking just right is crucial and the rest comes naturally.
 
Pale straw with a fresh lime green tinge. A fully herbaceous nose with characters of fresh rocquet and coriander leaf, followed by lime and kiwifruit aromas. Delicious and savoury on the palate, Deakin Estate is decidedly fruity, light bodied and zingy, with lemongrass and lime, feijoa and kiwifruit. Generously flavoured zesty and styled, a brilliant match to Thai recipes featuring coriander seeds or kaffir lime.
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Deen Vat 2 Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Riverina
The inspiration for Vat Series came from times when Deen De Bortoli would personally make up the blends, then chalk numbers on vats to identify them. Parcels of fruit grown to choice vineyards are earmarked for their bright varietal profile, harvested and assembled in the De Bortoli wineworks at Bilbul, to be crafted by the intrepid team into a fresh and crisp young wine, that's highly articulate of all things in fine Sauvignon Blanc.
$999each
$119DOZEN
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The fortuitous climes around the broad expanse of De Bortoli's salubrious Riverina vineyards, consistently deliver harvests of optimal ripeness, fruit of exemplary varietal expression. Choice parcels of Sauvignon Blanc are gently pressed to retain freshness without any unwanted phenolics. Juices are clarified and fermented at warmer temperatures on gross solids, a third of components are vinified in seasoned French oak barriques. Batches are held on yeast lees sur lie for three months prior to assemblage. Alcohol 11.5%
 
Light straw colour with lovely green hues. A clean, fragrant, slightly grassy aroma with underlying tropical characteristics. The fresh grassy aromas and gooseberry flavours are wonderfully balanced with fantastic texture and length. A vibrant palate with delicacy, balanced fruit and a good acidity. It's fruity lemongrass character makes Vat 2 a match to fresh seafood, Thai and Vietnamese faire.
1 - 12 of 40 Victorian Sauvignon Blanc
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