Kim Crawford Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc: The Perfect Match
May 13th 2017
These grapes were selected from vineyards in Marlborough’s Wairau Valley and the neighbouring Awatere Valley. Fermentations were carried out at cool temperatures and when all tanks had completed ferment they were proportionately blended, fined, stabilized and bottled.
Bright, light green. Citrus and tropical fruits backed by characteristic herbaceous notes that Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is renowned for. An exuberant wine brimming with flavours of pineapple, passion fruit, stone fruit and a hint of herbaceousness. The finish is fresh, zesty and lingering.
Good to drink with anyone at anytime. Ideally suited to fresh oysters, asparagus dishes, lobster or summer salads. A delight with Sushi!
Text: courtesy of Vincor Canada, Québec
GingerJanuary 11, 2017
Ginger is a perennial plant of which we eat the root. Its’ strong odor is due to the highly volatile compounds it contains. It is known for its tonic and stimulating qualities. In small doses, ginger stimulates the taste buds. It is also recommended to eat a little piece of ginger between sushi to prepare the palate for the next bite.