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Templars Hill By Mt Difficulty Wines Central Otago Sauvignon Blanc 2014
  • Concentrated Sav Blanc in typical CO style
  • Passion fruit, capsicum and wet stone on the nose
  • The palate is clean and citrusy - very vibrant

Templars Hill By Mt Difficulty Wines Central Otago Sauvignon Blanc 2014 x12

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This is a concentrated Sauvignon Blanc in a typical Central Otago style. The wine displays dried hay, capsicum and passion fruit on the nose along with a vibrant, wet stone note. These characters move into a tightly textured palate which flows into a clean, citrus-focused finish. This wine is ideal for fun-loving times with friends.

Wine Region

OTAGO

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Salad of thinly sliced fennel bulb with crumbled goat cheese.

Oak

Colour

Bright pale straw

Nose

This wine displays dried hay, capsicum and passion fruit with a vibrant wet stone note.

Palate

The tightly textured palate flows into a clean, citrus-focused finish. Ideal for fun-loving times with friends.

Background

Ironically, 'Templars Hill' refers to a 19th century temperance society established in Bannockburn in 1877, with the meetings taking place at the local inn, although we suspect that the name is more likely to come from this nearby meeting place rather than the moral attitudes of the local gold miners at the time. Today this is the site on which the Mt Difficulty Winery, cellar door and restaurant stand overlooking Felton Road.

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