The Perfect Pour for Summer…

Introducing Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc

Nobilo

With outdoor entertaining back on the agenda, what better way to celebrate the arrival of sunny days and balmy evenings than catching up with friends over a refreshing glass of Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc.

Bursting with the classic aromas of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Nobilo is deliciously vibrant with notes of melon and tropical fruit. Serve it with fresh grilled seafood and crisp summer salads, or simply enjoy a glass on its own.

Whilst today it has established itself as the #1 premium Sauvignon Blanc in the US, the Nobilo story began in 1943, when Nikola Nobilo moved from his native Croatia to New Zealand. Combining over 300 years of his family’s winemaking tradition, Nikola was an early champion for New Zealand wine, recognising that the pristine landscape, with its expansive sunlit valleys, rolling hills and mineral rich soils, was ideal for Sauvignon Blanc and creating its unique fresh and crisp signature style.

Today, Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc represents the very best of what New Zealand has to offer with classic tasting notes that showcase the diverse qualities of its Marlborough vineyards, year after year.

With fruit primarily from Wairau Valley, providing the layers of tropical fruit aromas, combined with grapes from the Awatere Valley, adding balance with bright, citrus-driven notes, this Sauvignon Blanc is not one to miss. Harvesting at night allows the winemakers to preserve vibrancy, which is aided further by a long, slow fermentation at cool temperatures. Each vineyard block is kept separate, so that the winemakers can blend grapes from different parcels to create Nobilo’s signature sophisticated style.

Nobilo is available from Tesco stores nationwide. Priced £9.

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