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Rickety Bridge Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Producer: Rickety Bridge
The estate nestles against the slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains, close to the Franschhoek River that the old rickety bridge used to cross and is led by the young winemaker, Mari Kotze. This lovely Sauvignon is vibrant and zesty with aromas of gooseberry and passion fruit layered with subtle mineral tones. This wine is full flavoured with a rich palate which lingers on the finish. If you find NZ Sauvignons too fruity and French too dry, this is the wine for you. drink on its own or with seafood dishes such as sushi and summer salads. 13% and Sustainable methods.
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CountrySouth Africa
OriginFranschhoek
Year2019
Grape VarietySauvignon Blanc
OakNone
Green Cellars RatingGreat
Green CredentialsSustainable methods
Typical ABV13%
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