The small town of Sancerre sits on the banks of the river Loire just across from its famous neighbor, Pouilly Fume. The vineyards that surround the town are planted on ancient soils of limestone and flint, producing racy Sauvignon... Read More
Coming directly from the Tel-Tzapit Vineyard in the Judean Plains, the wine is produced from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes. It is characterized by an invigorating acidity, with pleasant flavors and fragrances of apple and grapefruit.... Read More
Pale, green-yellow color. Distinctive grapefruit, honeydew and lemon zest aromas are very forward and fresh, with a touch of green apple adding a high note. Medium bodied, with melon-citrus fruit flavors framed by ripe acidity.... Read More
This single vineyard Sauvignon Blanc is introduced by bold tropical notes of citrus, grapefruit and pineapple with a beautiful minerality. Floral aromas complement the refreshing flavors. Partial sur lie aging in neutral barrels... Read More
Vines were first planted in Gascony during the Roman occupation, becoming an important local crop by the end of the middle ages. The Atlantic climate is perfect, with even rainfall throughout the year, while the... Read More
The wine is pale straw in color with green highlights. Aromas of ripe gooseberry and capsicum dominate with tropical melon and grapefruit notes apparent. This wine displays full fruit intensity. The ripe capsicum and gooseberry... Read More
Appearance: Bright pale yellow colour with green hints.
Nose: Expressive notes of lime and green apples with herbal hints.
In mouth: Palate is fresh, crisp, with a nice acidity and a very pleasant finish