Tall Horse Sauvignon Blanc pleasures with expressive grassy and tropical fruit aromas. It is energetic with well-rounded granadilla, gooseberry, green pineapple, and citrus flavours on the palate, culminating in a lovely, zesty, fresh finish. Pair this with a variety of seafood such as shellfish, salmon, or tuna. It also pairs well with summer salads, asparagus quiche, and grilled calamari.
The grapes for Tall Horses Sauvignon Blanc are vinified separately at 13 Degree Celsius in stainless steel tanks until dry, then left on the lees until final blending, filtration, and bottling at their cellars in Wellington. Tall Horse wines are exported to over forty countries all over the world after leaving vineyards grown in near perfect conditions for wine grapes. Since 2005, this authentic, unique African wine has produced and distributed Tall Horse Merlot, Tall Horse Cabernet Sauvignon, Tall Horse Chardonnay, Tall Horse Sauvignon Blanc, Tall Horse Shiraz, Tall Horse Pinotage, and Tall Horse Chenin Blanc.
Tall Horse wines are for those who like to enjoy a good glass of quality vino, without all the nose-in-the-air-ness that seems to follow other wines around. We’re all for wines that are easier to drink than they are to pronounce. Tall Horse wines come from South Africa. The grapes grow in vineyards with near-perfect conditions in the Western Cape wine lands. From the slopes of the Cape Mountains caressed by cooling sea breezes, the vines drink in the winter rainfall and bask in the long summer sunshine hours allowing fantastic ripe expression of variety and land.
The Tall Horse Sauvignon Blanc is best enjoyed within the first year or two of vintage when the fruit is most fresh and vibrant. Serve chilled for effortless social enjoyment or delicious with any fish, al fresco summer salads or fresh sushi.