You may not have even heard of Moldova, but its hilly landscape and Black Sea influenced climate provides ideal conditions for aromatic Sauvignon. That’s why Chain of Stones has such fruit purity, brilliant stony freshness and light tropical fruit.
"Who knew Moldovan wine! Clean, fresh and fruity"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Our intrepid Buyer first tasted this wine on a visit to Moldova and was immediately taken by its combination of intensity and freshness. The wine’s finesse was no surprise – she knew this country has produced fine wine for over 2,000 years, famously supplying the Russian Tsars with wines of regal quality. Moldova's always had perfect conditions for growing vines. Now this cellar has harnessed all that history and, with investment, brought wine production into the modern wine world. Not quite like anything from the Loire or New Zealand, this Sauvignon is proudly Moldovan. With bright stone and lemony fruit, it’s perfectly suited to 21st century tastes. Serve chilled as an aperitif, or pair with grilled prawns or pan-fried fish or risotto.
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