Category Archives: Marlborough

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 »

Montana Marlborough Riesling

Buying anything other than Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough in New Zealand just seems to be wrong. It’s perfect for Sauvignon, why waste valuable space on anything else? Intrepid winemakers keep trying, with variable levels of success. I tried a Montana Marlborough 2006 Riesling. It was a lemon colour with a hint of gold. It smelled… Read More »