Quarter Acre 2016 Sauvignon Blanc
After a few years in bottle, the 2016 is now showing some lovely complexity to balance it’s youthful fruit intensity. Toasty, smoky aromas combine with leesy characters from its time resting in barrel. Some riper flavours of peach and pineapple are matched with some of the more typical lime and pear flavours, the acidity is still an important part of this wine that retains a lovely freshness and length.
Quarter Acre 2017 Sauvignon Blanc
The wine has character, richness and complexity to burn. It’s dry with a crisp acidity and has a mineral chalkiness to it when first poured. Given a few minutes in the glass, the irrepressible Hawke’s Bay fruit intensity jumps out of the glass and you’re left in no doubt, lime juice, fennel and passionfruit…. Sauvignon Blanc.
Quarter Acre 2019 Sauvignon Blanc
Bob Campbell MW, 91 points. “Rich, dense and quite intense…”
Sauvignon Blanc with a complexity and richness that lends itself to ageing well. Lime, fennel and nectarine, followed by a dry, textured palate with a lovely mineral chalkiness.
RRP $27.99 // D+K $23.79
D+K only 6 pack // $179.54
2 x QA 16 SB + 2 x QA 17 SB + 2 x QA 19 SB.