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Review of our ’09 Sauvignon Blanc by Michael Oliver



I picked up this review of our Sauvignon Blanc 2009 from Michael Oliver, on the iMod blog. Here are some extracts from the review:

"The price: expect to pay somewhere in the mid R30s

First Impression: Tropical grapefruit.

The Story: Leopard’s Leap started off a couple of years ago as a small production brand. Now it is flying off the shelves here and overseas. Big Big South African brand now.

The Taste: Fruity – of the tropical kind, nice crunchy ripe green melon and grapefruit. Fresh New World style of Sauvignon…

…The small print: Grapes from Villiersdorp [nice cool climate] and Durbanville. Extended lees contact to build middle palate flavour. 13.5% alcohol.

Sounds like a good bottle for the hot holiday season!"

via imod.co.za

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