three brooms sauvignon blanc

On a warm summer day, sometimes all I want is a light and crisp white wine. I’m always perusing the organic shelf at my local wine shop. Lately I haven’t seen much that catches my eye; however, yesterday this bottle did the trick. It’s very easy to drink. It’s simple, flavourful but light, and tropical. It’s well worth a purchase!

wine name: three brooms

vintage: 2017

style/type: sauvignon blanc

country/region:marlboruogh, New Zealand

price: $19

appearance:

  • clarity (clear or hazy): clear
  • intensity (pale, medium, or deep): pale
  • color (describe the shade of the wine): lemon

nose:

  • condition (clean or unclean): clean
  • intensity (light, medium, strong): flavorful but light
  • aromas (what do you smell): tropical fruits; mango, lychee, melon

palate:

  • sweetness (dry, off dry, medium, sweet): dry
  • acidity + tannin level (low, medium, high): high acidity, no tannins
  • body (light, medium, or full): medium body
  • flavors (what do you taste): no oak, similar flavors to the nose. I taste a lot of tropical fruit, maybe a little stone fruit (peach)
  • finish (how long does it linger with you): medium finish

conclusion (0-5): 4

❤ happy tasting

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