Neudorf Sauvignon Blanc 2014 (12 x 750mL), Nelson, NZ.

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This is New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with a touch of complexity, a touch of maturity if we can call it that way.

The winemaker is steering away from overwhelming fruit to go into cooler ripe fruit and floral characters supported with a fine acidity.

The next stage Sauvignon Blanc.

NZ - Nelson
New Zealand

Expert Reviews

“One of New Zealand’s most reliable names. This 2014 has a beautifully textured and rounded palate of guava, lemongrass and peach brightened by subtle toasty oak, leesy complexity and zingy acidity. Far removed from a stereotypical Kiwi Sauv Blanc, and one that will age well. 18.25 pts/20 (94/100)“

Number 1 in Top Ten 2014 NZ Sauvignon Blancs to try

Winery Tasting Notes


A pastiche of fruits; guava, feijoas, nectarines lifted by Asian notes of lemongrass and kaffir lime against a background of warm crusty bread.


Subtle oak handling fills out the palate creating a wine of elegance, intensity and verve. It may be dry but the palate is plump and flows easily.

NZ - Nelson
Grape Style
Sauvignon Blanc
Closure Type
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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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