Mahu Sauvignon Blanc 2017

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Mahu Sauvignon Blanc is absolutely hands down the white wine of the summer. It is a family farmed, sustainable, naturally fermented, complex, delicious, mineral, and with all that said; it’s AFFORDABLE!

A wine with this much going for it would easily costs 2-3 times as much if it came from France, California, or New Zealand. This is a wine thats perfect for that fancy yacht club party or just having a few friends over for a summer salad and some grilling.

This white comes from younger vines planted in the 1980s along the Humboldt current, where Chile’s cool maritime climate is particularly prevalent. Citrus and stone fruit on the nose, with a crisp, refreshing taste.

Description

Finding great wines has never been easier, however it has never been so expensive either. With Spring (or whatever that was this year ) ending  and summer heating up we were so stoked to find the perfect warm weather white.

As both the mercury and prices for our favorite French and California sauvignon blancs rise; we had to look elsewhere for a truly great Sauvignon Sipper. Our quest brought us to Chile, where hidden gems still wait to be found, and find one we did.

Mahu Sauvignon Blanc is absolutely hands down the white wine of the summer. It is a family farmed, sustainable, naturally fermented, complex, delicious, mineral, and with all that said; it’s AFFORDABLE!

A wine with this much going for it would easily costs 2-3 times as much if it came from France, California, or New Zealand. This is a wine thats perfect for that fancy yacht club party or just having a few friends over for a summer salad and some grilling.

We have become such Mahu Maniacs here at Bennington Beverage. We recommend buying a boat load of this perfect summer boat wine. It is a zesty, citrusy and mineral driven Sauvignon Blanc, delivering tons of fruit without being a sugar bomb. Buy it now while supplies last and its still cheap!

This white comes from younger vines planted in the 1980s along the Humboldt current, where Chile’s cool maritime climate is particularly prevalent. Citrus and stone fruit on the nose, with a crisp, refreshing taste.