Roaring Meg Sauvignon Blanc displays a bouquet of lemon sherbet, with a touch of capsicum and a hint of gooseberry. On the palate vibrant pink grapefruit combines with Yen Ben lemon to introduce the wine. Lovely flow through the palate with focused acidity, hints of capsicum, dried hay and lemon drive through the finish.
This wine is ideal for fun-loving, responsible summer drinking.
Roaring Meg is the second label from New Zealand Winery Mount Difficulty, wines under this label make up around half of all the wine they produce. The fruit for these wines is from the vineyards they tend, that lie outside of the Bannockburn sub-region of Central Otago in South Island New Zealand.
13% / 75cl