October 29, 2012 - Tasting Note: A light straw color in the glass, with an expressive bouquet of green apple, pear and a hint of citrus. a light to medium body with very refreshing acidity. A slight bit tangier or citrusy than I remember the last one being. Great grapefruit flavor as it goes down.
August 11, 2012 - NOSE: light white grapefruit and lychee, wildflowers and clover honey. A bit tight. TASTE: light, dry, strong acidity. White grapefruit, canned pineapple, lemonade and lemon rind, honey notes. It's like a lemon-honey Halls drop. Quite sour. Slightly floral. Acidity a bit too much for me. Still, non-offensive. Very simple. Chill WELL.
August 11, 2012 - nose: tight nose, wild flower, apricot, pancake batter, honey. Boring nose. Taste: light, fruity, high acidity, pink grapefruit, sour pineapple, lemonade, and subtle honey undertone. Clean taste, dry, and a little bit of orange and floral too. Very fruity juice like (will be very attractive to non-wine drinker; not offensive). Versatile. Simple but well structured.
January 29, 2012 - very good!
July 31, 2011 - good crisp nose and taste. citrus, lemon, sharp, but then settling down. Excellent with Seafood.
August 27, 2010 - Good for the price, with lots of grapefruit, bitter lemon, and a bit of lime in the aromas and flavors. A crisp, citrusy NZ SB.
July 8, 2010 - No formal notes but surprisingly good for the price (~$5 a bottle). Refreshing, enjoyable and reminiscent of many New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc's I've sampled at double the price...
June 18, 2010 - Two glasses at the Hyatt Regency DFW
April 20, 2010 - A slight orange hue in the glass. Mild nose, with a little citrus showing. In the mouth, light and zesty, with good varietal typicity from Marlbourough. There's surely worse out there, and for the price, it's good.