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.
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
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.
|It is a vibrant colour with green hues.
|Aromas of melon and passionfruit with hints of freshly cut grass.
|These characters follow through to the palate with racy acidity.