The color is bright with a fresh softly green hue.
The bouquet has subtle yet exotic notes of white peach and pink grapefruit, that complement gooseberry and passionfruit aromas.
On the palate is lifted stone fruit and citrus is framed by a finely textured palate and
zesty acidity with a classic Awatere flinty mineral background.
Food Matching: Baked whole fish, couscous and fresh tasty salads
The Marlborough region, at the north eastern corner of the South Island of New
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Light and zingy, with a warm-pebble aroma wafting through the lime and other citrus character, lingering on the bright finish. Drink now. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.
A reliable source for Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, The Crossings 2008 features melon and fig aromas that blend seamlessly with more citrusy, herbal flavors. It’s a medium-bodied wine with a refreshing finish of grapefruit and wet stones.
We have arrived at The Crossings in 2002 after a seven year development journey. This began in 1995 when an exceptional site in the upper reaches of the Awatere Valley was identified. The site, with its massive clay cliffs acting to trap heat, its low frost incidence and the devigorating outwash gravel soils, was just perfect to produce classic Awatere wines of outstanding quality.
The first vineyard development was made possible by the investment from a... View More