Price:  £11.95 £9.00 | Case Rate: £8.50
Ex Tax: £7.50

Warwick Estate - First Lady Sauvignon Blanc 2019


  • Country: South Africa
  • Wine Region: Stellenbosch
  • Wine Maker: Nic van Aarde
  • Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
  • Grape Percentage: 100%
  • Alcohol Percentage: 13
  • Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Food Matching

Food Matching

Like many South African wines, this one tips its hat respectfully to both Old World and New World styles of Sauvignon Blanc, and is delightfully versatile. It can be drunk on its own and makes a great party wine, and can take on all kinds of fish and shellfish in myriad preparations, including creamy and spicy sauces. It is a great accompaniment to big salads, and, though it doesn't really work with meats, could take on a chicken salad with a tangy dressing. While it isn't a match for most cheeses, try it with goats' cheese, on its own or in a salad. It can take on smoked fish but not anything too salty.

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Wine tasting notes

The wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, pear, grapefruit, litchi and green fig flavours on the nose that carry through to the palette. The mouth feel is mineral, crisp yet rich, fruity and coats the pallet evenly. The well balanced acid and fresh flavours ensures a long lingering aftertaste.

Winery Information

Warwick Estate

Warwick Estate is a family-owned and run winery. Managing Director Michael Ratcliffe is the 3rd generation family member to oversee this high quality boutique operation that has been lauded globally for excellence and consistency. Mike is passionately involved in many aspects of the South African and global wine industry and has held senior leadership positions in industry bodies. From 1771 til 1902, Warwick Wine Farm was known as the farm "De Goede Sukses". After the Anglo Boer war in 1902,.. read more

Vinification Notes

The grapes where harvested at different levels of ripeness depending on fruit characters, to ensure maximum fruitiness and complexity. The juice was handled reductively throughout the winemaking process and fermented very cold in specially designed stainless steel tanks.