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Sula Sauvignon Blanc 2021

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Country: India

Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc

Vintage: 2021

ABV: 12.5%

Closure: Screw Cap

Bottle Size: 75cl

Description

This wonderfully crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc comes from one of India’s premium wine producers, Sula. Acclaimed for their Sauvignon Blanc grape variety it has aromas of cut grass and green peppers, bright gooseberry flavours and a hint of spice of the palate.

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Sula Sauvignon Blanc

Sula Sauvignon Blanc, is a wonderfully crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc comes from one of India’s premium wine producers, Sula.

Acclaimed for their Sauvignon Blanc grape variety it has aromas of cut grass and green peppers, bright gooseberry flavours and a hint of spice of the palate

Herbaceous, crisp and dry, with aromas of bell peppers, freshly cut green grass and refreshing acidity on the palate.

Goes well with fried food as well as rich, creamy dishes.

Serve chilled, 8-10°C.

India's first ever Sauvignon Blanc
Silver Medal - Sommelier India Wine Competition 2009
Silver Medal - Decater World Wine Awards 2011(UK)
Silver Medal - Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2012(HK)
Gold Medal - Indian Wine Consumers Choice Award 2012 & 2013

Nashik is India’s largest grape-growing region, but had traditionally never been used to grow wine grapes.

Wondering why, an enterprising, Stanford-trained engineer named Rajeev Samant quit his hi-tech Silicon Valley job in 1993 to do some investigating. Sula-Sauvignon-Blanc3/12/

A little research quickly showed that the Nashik climate was not only perfect for wine grapes, but was also on par with winegrowing regions in Spain, California, and Australia.

His determination doubled and Rajeev returned to California in search of a winemaker. In Sonoma County he found Kerry Damskey, an eminent Californian winemaker, who enthusiastically agreed to help start a winery on Rajeev’s 30 acre family estate.

Situated 180 km from Mumbai, Nashik is India's largest grape growing region, until recently all the fruit was table grapes.

Then a Stanford trained engineer, Rajeev Samant, investigated and that was the start of Sula Vineyards, one of India's most successful wineries.

Californian winemaker Kerry Damskey joined him and in 1997 Sula was launched.

For the first time in India they planted Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin, and the wines received wide acclaim.

Red grapes have now been added to the range.

Crisp and fruity, this Sauvignon is best served chilled solo or with spicy dishes.

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