Top 5 sauvignon blancs for under $13

Michael Punton
By Michael Punton
over 4 years ago
2 min read

Like a little black dress or a pair of well-fitted olive chinos, a sauvignon blanc always looks good and will never go out of style. And, as we edge closer to summer, it’s never been more on-trend to sit with some friends and take a refreshing swig from a chilled glass. Or from a mug alone on the couch. No judgements; this is a safe space. 

And who could blame you? Dry… sweet… tart... hints of passionfruit… sessionable. However you want it, the mighty savvy b always delivers. You might say it’s the greatest tipple that ever existed. There. We said it.

But what’s truly remarkable—and what makes it reign supreme over its mates—is you don’t have to remortgage your house to get a decent drop. 

And don’t get us wrong, you also shouldn’t slum it with absolute piss.

So here they are: the top 5 sauvignon blancs for the bargain hunter in us all. 

1. Fortant Terroir Littoral 2018 

Close your eyes, take a sip and imagine you’re in the Mediterranean. 

Price: $9.90  

2. te Pā 2018 

Turns your tongue into a punchbag for passionfruit. What more do you want out of life?

Price: $11 

3. Matahiwi Estate 2019 

These guys know how to make a good sauvignon blanc. This is what Sinéad O’Connor was singing about. 

Price: $11 

4. Black Market Nelson 2017 

Bucketloads of mouthwatering melon and grapefruit with a touch of nuttiness. Sounds odd… but it works.

Price: $12.50 

5. Black Market Yarra Valley 2017 

The kinda magic hardcore savvy b fans go nuts for. Stock up so there’s always a bottle in the fridge.

Price: $11 

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