Crisp, Stunning Humdingers

The Scotsman urged readers to sample NZ’s “crisp, green apple and gooseberry-steeped sauvignons” and “stunning, cold-climate reds” at The New Zealand Wine Fair in Edinburgh. In a separate tasting section, Drylands Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc was given a glowing review: “[An] absolute humdinger. The minerally acidic zip up the middle is electrifying. Shellfish of any hue will die in its arms.”  


Tags: Drylands Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc  Edinburgh  NZ cold-climate red wines  Scotsman (The)  The New Zealand Wine Fair