Wine Advocate 87 points - The 2014 Sauvignon Blanc shows a really vegetal nose with a core of lemon juice and green apples plus a chalky undercurrent. Touches of tropical fruit and bell pepper character show up on the palate along with a crisp acid backbone. It finishes long and straightforward (Dec 2014)
MUD HOUSE WINERY 2014 MUD HOUSE SAUVIGNON BLANC
"This wine delivers just about everything you’d possibly expect from the variety and the region—grassy aromas, a bountiful mix of herb and tropical fruit flavors, ample weight and texture, and a long finish built around a solid core of grapefruit." Wine Enthusiast 90 points (2013 vintage)
|Established in 1996, the Mud House name reflects the origin and link to the earth, where the wine begins. The vineyards are nurtured to ensure that the grapes reach optimum ripeness, varietal character and flavor. The winemakers then finely craft the wine to capture the essence of its origin. All Mud House wines are produced sustainably. Mud House touches the earth in their three wine growing regions of New Zealand’s South Island. Stephen Dempster, Mud House’s viticulturist and his team of vineyard managers nurture the grapes along their journey to becoming wines that reflect a sense of place.