This is made by Peter Rossback who is better known for his wines from Oregon and Washington in the US. During his slower season, he heads down to New Zealand where he sources grapes to make Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. This one is getting a bit long in the tooth and would have been better served being opened a couple of years ago. Silvery gold in color. The nose has a bit of gooseberries and minerals but is pretty light. On the palate, there is some lemon peel and minerals. Shorter finish. Nothing bad about this wine but at this age (3 years from vintage), it has lost its zing.
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