Kiwi Cuvee Sauvignon Blanc 75cl

£6.75

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Get the best of both worlds with this crisp and easy-drinking French-Kiwi wine. Made in France but with New World modern know-how, this fresh, zinging Sauvignon Blanc is great with any kind of salad: green, pasta, fruit, tabouleh, you name it!

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So here's a turn-up for the books: a French wine that looks just like a New World one. The kiwi in question refers to the fruit rather than the geographical location; however, there is modern New Zealand technology behind this wine, coupled with French tradition and grapes. The result is a truly refreshing Sauvignon Blanc packed with grassy, gooseberry aromas and big flavours of kiwi and starfruit. A delicious summer drinker any time, but excellent with big, strongly flavoured Mediterranean-style salads.
Wine of France, Crisp & delicate
Country of Origin
France

Suitable for vegetariansSuitable for vegetarians

Dietary Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
12
Units
9
Grape Variety
Sauvignon Blanc
Tasting Notes
Pale yellow hue, Very expressive with floral, plant and woody notes evolving into aromas of exotic fruit. Fresh, full and well-balanced with an expressive finish and a slight return of exotic fruit and floral zests
History
The brand Kiwi Cuvée was created in 2001 in order to combine New World techniques and tastes with the Nobility of French terroirs. A French brand with a New World twist. Through his numerous travels, our oenologist was inspired by New Zealand wines and techniques of wine-making.
Regional Information
Maison Lacheteau in the heart of the Loire Valley has imposed itself as a key player in Loire wine production. Recognised for its expertise and the quality of its terroir, Lacheteau offers a complete spectrum of exceptional still and sparkling wines covering all Loire Valley regions from the Pays Nantais to the vineyards of the Centre
Current Vintage
2016
Vinification Details
Low temperature with protection against oxidation, matured on fine lees
Producer
Lacheteau
Agent
LGCF..
Winemaker
Serge Debucy

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23 February 2020 by 
French Plonk

This cheap plonk pretending to be from New Zealand, but its French. The taste is nowhere like a real Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc. You will find far better S B on this site so my verdict is AVOID

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30 December 2017 by 
Excellent wine

This wine is one of the best Sauvingnon blanc wines in Morrisons. If the Brancott one is not on offer this is the next best. Lovely, fruity and dry. Excellent.

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