Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
£16.99 — available on subscription
Opulent and expressive, this wine represents the very best Marlborough has to offer. Learn more
🇳🇿 Marlborough, New Zealand
🍇 Sauvignon Blanc
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Sea Change Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2021
Marlborough, New Zealand
Situated in the northeast of New Zealand’s South Island, Marlborough is famous for its iconic Sauvignon Blanc wine. With a perfect combination of sunny days and cool nights, grapes grown in this region produce aromatic and intensely flavoured wines. We’ve joined forces with one of the area’s most awarded viticulture pioneers to produce an incredible white which is true to its Marlborough origins.
Our Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is the second wine in the Sea Change Premium range and sits alongside our gold medal winning Provence Rosé. If you like New Zealand Sauvignon, we guarantee you’ll love this.
Sea Change Sauvignon Blanc offers concentrated aromas of green fruit complimented on the palate by riper, tropical flavours such as passionfruit.
Opulent and expressive, this wine represents the very best Marlborough has to offer. A focused wine with complex layers of flavour, it is beautifully rich whilst balanced by a subtle minerality and a clean, fresh lingering finish.
This is a remarkably food-friendly wine. Try pairing Sea Change Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with goat’s cheese, walnut and pear salad, light meat dishes with creamy sauces or vegetable-heavy recipes. If you’re a shellfish fan, this is the wine for you, complimenting dishes such as garlic prawns, oysters, or steamed mussels exceptionally well.
When to drink
Our Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is perfect for drinking immediately and will be at its best over the next two years.
Sea Change Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is the second of our Premium wines which feature our beautiful yet subtle Sea Horse label.
Due to their unique appearance and biology, sea horses have long captured our imagination and are often featured in mythology and folklore.
There are around 50 species of sea horse worldwide, but around a quarter are officially listed as endangered. Sea horses are threatened by overfishing and unintended capture in trawl nets. Their habitats such as seagrasses, mangroves and coral reefs are also highly sensitive to pollution and climate change.
By purchasing Sea Change Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, you are helping protect marine life around the world. With every bottle sold, we donate to our charity partners who are working to protect our oceans and marine life.