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Brown Brothers Sauvignon Blanc

Brown Brothers Sauvignon Blanc

Refreshing tropical fruit flavours, racy acidity and a zesty finish.


The 2019 1889 Sauvignon Blanc is sourced entirely from our Tasmanian vineyards. This refreshing wine is true in style to its cool-climate origin and is best consumed when young and fresh.


Recommended Food Pairings:

 This flavoursome dry white wine makes a delicious accompaniment to prawn rice paper rolls with a soy dipping sauce. Or why not try it with a traditional caesar salad. Also, the Sauvignon Blanc in France is often enjoyed with the salty and high acid goats cheese of the northwest.


Growing Conditions:

 The Sauvignon Blanc grapes used to make this wine were grown at our cool climate Tasmanian vineyards.

The grapes for this wine were harvested throughout March and April at a range of baumé levels from 12.0 to 13.0.


Winemaker: Tom Wallace

Winemaking Notes: 

The wine was bottled soon after fermentation with an alcohol of 13.5%, a pH of 3.35 and an acid level of 6.5 g/L.




Vineyard Region:Tasmania
Wine Analysis:Alc/Vol: 13.5%
Colour:It is a vibrant colour with green hues.
Aroma:Aromas of melon and passionfruit with hints of freshly cut grass.
Palate:These characters follow through to the palate with racy acidity.
Peak Drinking:Until 2021
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