Better late than never

August 05, 2010

We've just picked up on the review by Matthew Jukes about the rather splendid Kayena Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2009 (£11.65) in last month's issue of Decanter.

 

"This has urgent vitality and a lack of tropical fruit notes which plague other Sauvignons.  Purity and finesse make this a less obvious style, but it's no less delicious.  Elderflower and lime fruit, a sharp finish and incredibly crisp acidity."

 

I can't really think of much we can add to that, I think we would agree with every word (the rest of the range is equally good should you be tempted).





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