New Zealand

Review: Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2015

Review: Wither Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2015

Here’s an unpopular opinion: I hate New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. This wine has a tendency to be completely overblown yet somehow also generic-tasting at the same time. Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand is almost always overly fruity, aggressively herbaceous (if you can even categorize that signature jalapeño-cat pee stink as “herbaceous”), and far too boozy.

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An Illustrated Guide to New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

An Illustrated Guide to New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

You’ve almost certainly had a Sauvignon Blanc at one point or another in your life. But what it tasted like will have depended a lot on where your wine came from. As with many classic varieties, Sauvignon Blanc has unique expressions that depend on the terroir in which it is grown. Today we’re focusing on New Zealand Sauvignon […]

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Cool Wine Labels, Move Over. Cool Wine Bottles, Welcome!

Cool Wine Labels, Move Over. Cool Wine Bottles, Welcome!

Our friends down under have taken it upon themselves to create a new kind of design to appeal to wine-buying consumers. We’ve always been dazzled by interesting wine labels, boxes, and papers, but the team over at O-I Australia has taken it a step further: they’ve designed internally embossed wine bottles for Australian and New […]

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