Sauvignon Blanc 2021

Winemaking Notes

Slow ripening up to the 2021 harvest has seen our Sauvignon Blanc Picked at the peak of the varietal expression, between February and March. We strive to source fruit across the whole Margaret River region, with the northern fruit offering intense tropical characters, while the southern picks add refined focus and length to the final blend. Our Sauvignon Blanc is usually the first grape to come into the winery at the peak of its freshness, with aromas ranging from cassis bud to guava coulis.


Intense aromas of tropical fruits and a hint of musk.
Vibrant snow pea, passionfruit, cucumber and lantana.


Extremely refreshing with great intensity and balance. Flavours of ripe tropical fruits combined with herbaceous varietal characters. Bright racy acidity drives the style and flavours which finish crisp and dry.

Food Pairing

Serve this wine slightly chilled with soft cheese, various leafy green salads, seafood or white meats.


Contains Sulphites. Fined with the aid of fish and skim milk products. Traces may remain.

Alcohol Percentage


Appellation: Margaret River
Varietals: Sauvignon Blanc
Appearance: Pale Green
Closure: Screw Cap
Cellaring: 1 - 3 years