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Served on Boxing Day with a starter of Goats Cheese salad made festive with the addition of cranberries and a dressing of clementine juice, cassis and advocado oil. A superb partnership.

Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc, 2005, Marlborough, New Zealand.
From Oddbins for £8.
A superb punchy, green, peppery Sauvignon. I have long loved the Dashwood range from those days long ago when I worked for the Fuller’s offie chain. They listed this wine and it just flew off the shelves. Packed with ‘green’ citrus flavours and a tingly, stony palate. All you could want in a Kiwi Sauvignon. Now resplendent under a funky new label. Alcohol 13.5%.
Scribblings Rating – 94/100.

3 Comments »

  1. spittoon says:

    Dashwood Sauvignon – Best Sauvignon Award.

    The Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc I sampled at the end of last month is certainly a cracking wine and, I have just discovered, has been named as the Best Sauvignon Blanc 2005 by Winestate Magazine (Winestate being Australia’s leading wine publication)….

  2. spittoon says:

    Wine Tasting Note: Dashwood Piot Noir, 2004, Marlborough, New Zealand.

    Dashwood Pinot NoirThis months Wine Blogging Wednesday has had New Zealand Reds designated as the theme by Cork Dork. Damn fine theme. I seldom purchase Kiwi Reds; they tend towards the expensive end of the price range and thoughts of…

  3. Bryan L says:

    I love this wine…
    at 5.99 a bottle one is most impressed.
    As I work for oddbins I may buy a crate and store it in my wine cellar!!!

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