An interesting South African Sauvignon: Mulderbosch

Given the climate of the Western Cape, South African Sauvignon Blanc shouldn’t be up to much. But the proof is in the wines, which are frequently very good. This is a nice example, distinctively packaged.

Mulderbosch Sauvignon Blanc 2008 Western Cape, South Africa
12.5% alcohol. Fresh, crisp and fruity with lovely balance between the grapefruit and lime freshness with subtle grassiness, and the pear fruit richness. Restraint and balance is the key here. Very stylish. 89/100 (UK agent: Armit)

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