Category Archives: New Zealand

Lay Of The Land Destination Sauvignon Blanc 2014

The weather has’t really been conducive to a nice cooling Sauvignon Blanc, but I try not to let such details bother me.  I do like cold white wines when it’s cold outside but warm and toasty inside.  There’s something comforting about being snuggled up under a blanket in front of a fire and having condensation… Read More »

Split Rock Sauvignon Blanc 2008

The summer is gradually coming to an end despite some unseasonably warm September weather. I’ve been making the most of warm evenings with a glass or two of cold white wine. Split Rock Sauvignon Blanc 2008 from Laithwaite’s is a cheery summer number, pale, dry, pleasantly acidic, smelling of fruit rather than grass and tasting… Read More »