Thrilling New Zealand Sauvignons from the folk that “got the magic started”
Hunter’s Sauvignon burst on to the scene in 1986, winning Wine of Show at our London festival. This year they’ve made two wines of stunning quality and intensity. Hunter’s Sauvignon is fresher and more vibrant than ever. “Stylish and steely with flowering currant and nettle oomph” (Jane MacQuitty, The Times). Hunter’s Limited Release Sauvignon was made just for Tony’s 50th Anniversary from a tiny parcel of Hunter’s very best grapes. Complex and full of character. Almost Sancerre in its finesse, with classic New Zealand zing and a blast of gooseberry and citrus flavours. Both wines are worth every penny of their normal prices (£15.99 and £19.99). Go for the mixed taster case and you can enjoy them both for just £12.99 a bottle.