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Best Nz Sauvignon Blanc

... / breastfeeding / thirsty... literally for any time you'd prefer a glass of something similar to wine, with none of the after-effects. Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc, Region: New Zealand, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2022
  • New Zealand

$90 / 6 pack

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... for this little creature, so much so that Jo has become a bit of a VIP at the Perth Zoo where the breeding program is taking place. Varietal: Chenin Blanc, Region: Western Australia, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2022
  • Western Australia

$168 / 6 pack

$28 .0 0

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The Clayvin vineyard is considered one of New Zealand's most decorated single vineyards. High-density vine plantings, from over 30 years ago - now certified organic. Everything here is done with meticulous care, ...
  • Marlborough

$270 / 6 pack

$79 $45 .0 0

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... make up this white blend. Treixa-what and torro-who? Just think the best aromatics of riesling and sauv blanc mingled with the body of a warm region chardonnay. Delicate on its feet, but delivering a punch. This may ...
  • Ribeiro DO

$135 / 6 pack

$38 $22 .5 0

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... Angela Miranda. Barossa cabernet flies under the radar most of the time, and the Lou Miranda Golden Lion cabernet sauvignon is a case in point. There's more body and cassis ripeness here compared to cool-climate examples ...
  • Barossa

$198 / 12 pack

$50 $16 .5 0

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... , but the layers are opening up, offering roasted notes, cigar box, olive tapenade and mineral warmth. Cabernet sauvignon with perfectly aged, fine tannins is genuinely such a pleasure; it makes you wonder why we don't ...
  • Coonawarra

$179.4 / 6 pack

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... the profits to charity? He contacted Jock and the rest, as they say in the biz, took a shitload of hard work and was totally worth it. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Coonawarra, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2018
  • Coonawarra

$150 / 6 pack

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... far from put off by this young wine, and not a word of anything but praise was uttered around the tasting bench by my fellow mofos. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Clare Valley, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2019
  • Clare Valley

$180 / 12 pack

$44 $15 .0 0

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... you head up the Andes. From this vineyard comes malbec, although made famous in Argentina, sees some of the best yields from this plot in Chile. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Chile, Country: Chile, Vintage: 2015
  • Chile

$269.7 / 3 pack

$170 $89 .9 0

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... cedar wood. Mouth-filling tannins frame a long finish with such a fabulousness, you'll be strutting this drop out to your mates. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Margaret River, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • Margaret River

$192 / 12 pack

$32 $16 .0 0

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... you head up the Andes. From this vineyard comes malbec, although made famous in Argentina, sees some of the best yields from this plot in Chile. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Chile, Country: Chile, Vintage: 2019
  • Chile

$150 / 12 pack

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... 's a bit of spice from French oak as well. We are confident this will fly as fast as it arrives, so snatch some up while you still can. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Coonawarra, Country: Australia, Vintage: 2020
  • Coonawarra

$180 / 12 pack

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... tannins are supple and soft, letting the energy of the fruit do the talking. It's about as versatile a cabernet as you're likely to find as well. Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Chile, Country: Chile, Vintage: 2020
  • Chile

$142.8 / 12 pack

$25 $11 .9 0

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... , so why waste another day? The occasional (or regular) breakfast Champagne is one of life's joys, and a 'blanc de blancs' is the style to suit those joyous moments. 'Extra brut'? Even better. This style of dry Champagne ...
  • Champagne

$450 / 6 pack

$160 $75 .0 0

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... 're talking about a complex sparkling wine from Spain's north east corner, made the traditional french way. Blanc de Noirs means you're getting a clear coloured sparkling, made entirely from grenache (a grape that is as ...
  • Cariñena

$119.4 / 6 pack

$44 $19 .9 0

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Bernard Lonclas says “making champagne is more than just a trade, it's a vocation - a calling, even”. We're glad he's decided making champagne is his calling, we didn't know what we were missing until we got this in our ...
  • Champagne

$299.4 / 6 pack

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“It's 100% chardonnay so it's quite a light style, but still has those typical quite full-bodied characteristics to it. It's got a little bit of that toastiness to it, a nice creamy mousse from the bubbles and it's ...
  • Champagne

$450 / 6 pack

$129 $75 .0 0

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... savvy b, you'll be able to dig into what really hums from this beautiful region at the top of New Zealand's South Island. The winemakers there know it and so should you: Marlborough pinot noir is awesome, especially the ...
  • Marlborough

$239.4 / 6 pack

$80 $39 .9 0

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... selected pinot noir clones and a vintage providing ideal fruit ripeness, we're sure you'll appreciate the complete package that is the 'Holly'. Varietal: Pinot Noir, Region: Wairarapa, Country: New Zealand, Vintage: 2020
  • Wairarapa

$165 / 6 pack

$60 $27 .5 0

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... for you, so now all that's left to do is crack these babies open (although we suggest giving them some airing time before diving in). Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon, Region: Various, Country: Australia, Vintage: Various
  • Various

6 pack - $24.83 / BTL

$480.0 $149.00

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... our warehouse and zoomed straight back out and to your front door faster than you can say 'shiraz blended with cab sav and a splash of cab franc'. It's so SO popular with our thirsty mofo members. At its core, we have ...
  • McLaren Vale

$150 / 12 pack

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... its red counterpart in recent years. This is just crazy and we are here to shine the spotlight back on the blancs! This pack is a mixed six of the best Burgundies we could find from the thin strip of wine-growing heaven ...
  • Burgundy

6 pack - $33.16 / BTL

$350.0 $199.00

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Different styles of pinot in New Zealand

New Zealand's worldwide wine reputation is pretty much synonymous with sauvignon blanc — but what you might not know is that the little country in the middle...

The future of sauvignon blanc

... Dave Brookes comes to grips with what's in store for New Zealand's favourite adopted grape variety, at Marlborough's International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration. This 'lightning in a bottle' variety has taken the world ...

Saved by the sauv (blanc)

A 'fo's eye look at the different styles of sauvignon blanc wine, including fumé blanc and popular unoaked drops from New Zealand, the Loire Valley and the Adelaide Hills.

Alice Rule's Marlborough

... easily recognised aromas. Although it isn't all sav blanc and skittles these days, Marlborough is unarguably home ... all wine produced in New Zealand. Love it or hate it, Marlborough sauvignon blanc is not going anywhere, ...

Top 5 sauvignon blancs for under $13

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.

A Savvy B journey through Marlborough

There is no wine more divisive than sauvignon blanc amongst the team here at Vinomofo. We love to hate it at Mofo HQ, and our CEOs proudly wear t-shirts with...

Beyond savvy

Marlborough is synonymous with sauvignon blanc. As a brand, it has been one of the great success stories of the modern wine world and there's no sign of it s...

4 facts on why you need sauvignon blanc

There's something about its distinctive 'slap you in the face style' that wine lovers can't get enough of and wine nerds love to hate. But we want to live in a world where all wine feels cared about. Whatever your ...

Wandering through Wairarapa: One of New Zealand's wine gems

As far as boutique wine regions go, New Zealand's Wairarapa deserves a spot atop even the most seasoned wine drinker's list. Nestled next to the Tararua moun...

Bordeaux-style wines in New Zealand

France is pretty much the OG of wine, which is why you're probably familiar with the name and reputation of Bordeaux even if you know next to nothing about v...

We've got the Blanc de Blancs that you want (for spring)

The Unico Zelo Harvest Blanc de Blancs NV is sure to be a crowd pleaser for those sunny spring afternoons, with its refreshing dry palate and delicious flavours of lemon and lime. You won't want to add anything to it - ...

What snacks pair well with cabernet sauvignon?

The supple flavours and aroma of cabernet sauvignon range from heavy fruits such as cherry, blackberry and raspberry, to complex woody and peppery undertones. At present, this red grape variety is one of the most widely ...

48 hours in Waiheke Island (NZ)

Four Melburnians fly into Auckland. It sounds like a joke, and it kind of is when we're greeted at the airport by a huge Toyota Hilux hire ute. Parallel park...

What the grape? Gouais blanc

There are many under appreciated grape varieties out there that deserve our attention. They deserve a glass to be raised in their general direction and a hea...

48 hours in Auckland - Day 1

When it comes to New Zealand wine, you're much more likely to hear about Marlborough, Central Otago, or Hawke's Bay than about the country's largest city — but Auckland and its subregions more than hold up to their Kiwi ...

Meet your dealer: Josh Mellsop

... South Auckland, and as one of our resident Kiwis it made sense for him to look after our New Zealand mofos exclusively as a Mofo Wine Dealer. With a wealth of tasting knowledge and even a winemaking background, there ...

Ben Leen's Central Otago

Besides Marlborough, no other New Zealand region is better known for great wine than Central Otago, capable of producing world class pinot noir alongside swathes of aromatic white. Ben Leen is one of the new guard of ...

Jake Dromgool's Northland

Just north of Auckland, the long skinny tip of New Zealand surrounded by the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean is one of the country's best-kept wine secrets: Northland. It's the warmest Kiwi wine region, and home to the ...

Behind the wine: Francis Hutt of Carrick Wines

... Wines on our most recent trip to Central Otago, as part of our Lonely Planet Wine Trails Adventure in New Zealand. We can attest to the fact he makes bloody tasty wine and is working hard to showcase just how special ...

Exploring Central Otago: Day Three

Mofos, we're on the final leg of our 3-day Lonely Planet Wine Trails Australia & New Zealand adventure and we've saved some space in our bellies for wine, food and more wine. From red velvet pancakes at Queenstown's best ...

Exploring Central Otago: Day Two

Lonely Planet's latest edition of Wine Trails Australia & New Zealand has essentially become our wine, food and travel bucket list. We've already ticked off day one, now it's time to continue our epicurean journey from ...

A long weekend in Hawke's Bay

Hawke's Bay is New Zealand's second-largest wine region (after Marlborough) with over 70 wineries, and offers a plethora of cellar doors...

Fresh Kiwi vino (other than pinot)

It was a ski holiday to New Zealand that first got me curious about Kiwi red wines. In preparation for my trip, I was super keen to get a sniff of what was i...

VIDEO: 60 seconds with Tim Preston

We dropped by Mills Reef in Tauranga (NZ) on a pretty bloody cold August day. We were, admittedly, quite hungover from the night before and collectively unen...

No Stupid Questions: What difference does decanting wine make?

Tim and Eddie explore the difference decanting makes to red and white wines. Featuring a South African Chenin Blanc from False Bay and a rockin' Malbec blend from Felipe Staiti Wines.

A journey into Stellenbosch

South Africa is a-bustle with exciting, high quality vino that's more than the cheap pinotage and chenin blanc that's marred their image in the past. With 100,000ha under vine, Stellenbosch accounts for 20% of South ...

Your weekend wine guide to Columbia Valley, Washington

Washington's Columbia Valley is cabernet sauvignon central, and actually sees more sun than Napa Valley. It would take far longer than a weekend to thoroughly explore, so here we'll focus on - arguably - its three most ...

48 hours in Sonoma County, California

... , coincidentally, is far larger in terms of production than the more famous Napa. Sonoma County is best-known for chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and pinot noir - although merlot and zinfandel put up a pretty good fight.

5 reasons why winemakers love the heartbreak grape - pinot noir

... noir is a true mofo to get right. As Napa Valley winemaking legend André Tchelistcheff put it: “God made Cabernet Sauvignon, whereas the devil made Pinot Noir.” But you've got to give the devil his due: when pinot noir ...

'Fo Winter Reds series: fun facts about cabernet

There are many reasons why cabernet sauvignon (aka the 'King of Grapes') is one of the most popular grapes, with 290,000 hectares planted globally. Cabernet ...

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