Neudorf Sauvignon Blanc 2011 (12 x 750mL), Nelson, NZ.

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$299.88 per case
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New Zealand

Expert Reviews

“I cannot think of another New Zealand wine producer that has been making top wines across their entire range as consistently as Neudorf over three decades. Chardonnay is the star with Pinot Noir, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc very close behind.” Bob Campbell MW

Winery Tasting Notes


Intense and highly aromatics, zingy with hints of blackcurrants, feijoas and limes with a touch of complexing flintiness.


The entry to the wine is textured and it rolls smoothly across the palate to a full creamy finish. At Neudorf the pursuit of Sauvignon Blanc with elegance is a driving force and we use a small amount of barrel ferment to produce some richness in the wine without losing the distinctive cool climate freshness.

Food Matching

Drink it with fresh mussels cooked over an open fire, serve it with fresh oysters or crispy fish and chips (add a squeeze of lemon) and praise the fact you are in New Zealand. It is also damned fine on its own to celebrate the end of the day.

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Grape Style
Sauvignon Blanc
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Neudorf Vineyards is regarded as one of New Zealand's finest boutique wineries. Exporting to 16 countries, their wine is listed at some the world's greatest restaurants.

Neudorf's home plantings spill down a gentle north-facing slope overlooking a side branch of the Moutere Valley at the top of New Zealand's South Island. They also grow grapes on the stony alluvial area between the Waimea and Wai-iti rivers at Brightwater, on the Waimea plains south of Nelson.

Vineyard management is driven by the winemaker's desire for ripe flavours and concentrated fruit. A combination of high plant density (up to 5000 vines/hectare) and low production (down to one kilo per vine for Pinot Noir) helps achieve the quality of fruit to create long-lived, intense but elegant wines. New clonal material is consistently being evaluated.

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