Marlborough, New Zealand
Wine Spectator 89 points!
Mud House Sauvignon Blanc is a standout white wine gem from Marlborough. Established in 1996, the Mud House name reflects the origin and link to the earth, where the wine begins. The vineyards are nurtured to ensure that the grapes reach optimum ripeness, varietal character and flavor. The winemakers then finely craft the wine to capture the essence of its origin. All Mud House wines are produced sustainably. Mud House touches the earth in their three wine growing regions of New Zealand's South Island. Stephen Dempster, Mud House's viticulturist, and his team of vineyard managers nurture the grapes along their journey to becoming wines that reflect a sense of place.
"Lean and intense, with mouthwatering white grapefruit, lemon and pomelo flavors, leaning into fresh lemon verbena notes on the finish. Drink now. 16,000 cases made, 1,600 cases imported. - MW."-MW, Wine Spectator, 89 points!
Mud House Sauvignon Blanc offers pure aromas of crushed citrus, snow pea and ripe grapefruit delivered with elegant structure and balanced acidity. Concentrated citrus and a burst of fresh snow pea fill the front palate. Juicy acidity gives the wine its lovely freshness and length.
Enjoy Mud House Sauvignon Blanc with pan fried scallops drizzled with homemade garlic, dill and lime mayonnaise and served with a fresh apple and leafy green salad.