Alan McCorkindale Sauvignon Blanc is as good as it gets. Intense honeysuckle purity, textural acidity and cool summer fruits with minerals and wet stone. Outstanding
Widely regarded as one of New Zealand’s leading winemakers, Alan McCorkindale has thirty-two years of winemaking experience, creating wines from New Zealand’s cool climate South Island wine regions. Alan’s wines have won many gold medal awards and trophies including ‘International White Wine of the Year’, twice, at the London International Wine Challenge.
Alan McCorkindale has a rich and esteemed history in New Zealand’s south island. A winemaker for over 30 years, Alan has won many prestigious awards including ‘International White Wine of the Year’ at the London International Wine Challenge on two occasions. His Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is a wonderful expression of the style sourced from the ‘Circuit’ and ‘Marwick’ vineyards. The vines are low vigour which produces a small crop of highly expressive fruit with great intensity. Bright fruit flavours of gooseberry and passionfruit with a fine, but racy acid line to deliver a delicious Sauv Blanc with real complexity.