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The Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc flows with a green shimmer into the glass. It gives off the scent of tropical fruits and green figs. An ideal companion for light summer dishes.
The Wine in DetailThe Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc flows with a light, green shimmer into the gourmet’s glass. Aromas of tropical fruits and green figs fill the air and are accompanied by the scent of asparagus and slightly grassy notes. The aromas of figs and tropical fruits can also be found on the palate. The finish of the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc is refreshing and tangy.Goes with …Gourmets serve the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc with light dishes such as poultry or salads. This fresh white wine is also a good companion for seafood. Or enjoy it on its own during a warm summer evening!Grape VarietyThe grape variety of the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc produces fresh, fruity and tangy wines that are especially known for their green colour. Typical features are also the aromas of green figs and apples. This variety is particularly robust which is why winemakers that attach importance to quality restrict the growth of the plants. The Sauvignon Blanc is very popular in the New World because of its high quality white wines such as the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc.The WineryThe winery Neethlingshof has received its name in the 19th century through its owner Marthinus Laurentius Neethling. Being a member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative, the estate is engaged in the preservation for the local nature in South Africa. Neethlingshof therefore uses about a third of its land for nature protection. The estate Neethlingshof exclusively produces white and red premium wines and the numerous awards speak a clear language. This high standard and quality can be recognized in the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc.StorageThe winemakers developed the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc in steel containers through which it kept its natural aromas. Gourmets enjoy the refreshing bottle at an early stage in order to taste and literally feel its tanginess. Yet the Neethlingshof Sauvignon Blanc can also be stored in the cellar without any problems for a few years.
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