True to its Marlborough origins, Duck ’n’ Pheasant is a crisp, ‘jump from the glass’ aromatic Sauvignon Blanc. It’s crafted using grapes from small growers, focused on the quality of every bunch. Enjoy its dazzling fresh citrus and gooseberry fruit.
"Great wine. This is definitely worth a try – lovely, fruity but not too acidic. One of my favourites"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Champion the small grower with this terrifically fresh and grassy white. It’s from Marlborough, which enjoys a worldwide reputation for herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc. Duck ’n’ Pheasant is from a cellar that works with individual growers who lack the facilities to produce their own wine, but don’t want to see their precious harvest become an anonymous component of a big brand. The grapes were all carefully sourced from vineyards which, thanks to free draining, gravelly soils (and the odd duck or pheasant), give excellent flavour intensity. Add in great winemaking, and all that fruit has been captured in bottle and sealed in under screwcap for guaranteed freshness. A crisp glass on its own, and a tasty partner to salmon, chicken or Thai curry.
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