Inspired by the spectacular nature of Bali, New Zealand’s White Monkey Wines came swinging from one island to another until it reached Balinese sacred grounds to share its wisdom.
Focused on the art of craftsmanship and the importance of being true to its roots. White Monkey Wines embodies the rich grapes of New Zealand’s with long lasting craft culture. Each bottle of White Monkey Wines is a reminder of the rich culture of arts, ritual and stories the Maori people brought across the ocean with them. A strong symbol of the survival of craft culture; a true living art form.
White Monkey’s Sauvignon Blanc’s grapes are sourced from one of the largest and most important wine growing regions in New Zealand, Marlborough. It’s light body, herbaceous aromas and crisp tropical taste took Bronze Medal at in this year’s prestigious London Wine Competition ahead of 1300 entries submitted from over 36 countries, and judged by sommeliers and key buys from the trade.
Light straw in hue, this award-winning Sauvignon Blanc is alive with a myriad of tropical flavours dominated by guava, passionfruit and lime. It is intensely aromatic and lively with aromas of lychee and peach, with green herbs and a grassy nose at its core. White Monkey Sauvignon Blanc’s light body and racy acidity is a crisp refreshing, vibrant example of Marlborough.
Located on the north-eastern tip of the South Island, Marlborough is New Zealand’s largest and most important wine growing region. Between mountains and coastlines, with some of the highest sunshine hours and lowest rainfall annually, the diverse soil and mesa-climates of the Marlborough wine region produces grapes with intense, strong and acid expressions.
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