I found this to be a decent, but unremarkable New Zealand sauvignon blanc. It was too tart and simple to be interesting on its own (maybe that can be said for all sauvignon blancs?). It did drink well with food (maybe that, too, can be said for all sauvignon blancs).
Pale gold that is barely-there, crystal clear. Intense nose of guava, kiwi & passionfruit that jumps at you. Yet at the same time retaining its zesty & clean character. Secondary aroma of mango & hints of tropical fruit. Delightfully light & sweet on the initial, delicate on the palate, quickly revealing its generous full-bodied mouthfeel. Exceedingly smooth and well rounded, with an excellent finish that is mildly dry, zesty & tart. A beautifully balanced wine that is poised, yet offers a refreshing take on what is expected of a trademark Marlborough character.