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100% Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is a pale lemon-lime hue. A generous array of aromas and flavors suggest passionfruit, gooseberries and ripe cantaloupe that has been sprinkled with freshly crushed thyme. In the mouth it has a lively energy with a muscular tautness to its medium weight and a refreshing, tangy, dry lime zest finish.
The basis for the Main Divide's philosophy is individuality and harmony. They wish to produce distinctive, vibrant wines with lively fruit flavors, which at the same time are integrated and harmonious.
100% Sauvignon. This wine has vibrant fruit aromas of ripe gooseberries, citrus fruits, red capsicums, and passion fruit. The intense flavors of gooseberries and citrus fruits are balanced by the firm finish.
The coupling of innovative spirit with careful respect for local traditions is the guiding principle for our grape growers and winemakers. Their constant commitment is directed both at honouring our Winery, and at safeguarding a true heritage of tradition, culture, taste, style and history which are the vital essence of our agricultural reality.
70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Semillon. The color is pale gold with aromas of citrus fruit, greengage, gooseberry, and passionfruit. There is also a hint of struck match and freshly crushed thyme. The Semillon component helps fill out the palate, adding weight, and richness, while also acting to restrain the exuberant herbaceousness of the sauvignon blanc. The lees contact adds further creaminess and body.
An alternative and complex expression of New Zealand Sauvignon blanc with texture and length not often associated kiwi Sauvignon. A versatile food wine that can be aged.
100% Sauvignon Blanc. Brilliant yellow color. The nose is intense reminiscent of figs, elderflowers, grapefruits, and sage. Good character with flavors of citrus and melon and bright acidity with a long crisp finish on the palate - very opulent wine.
Falernia: Altitude with Attitude
100% Sauvignon. Light straw yellow with verdant hues. The bouquet charms with notes of bell pepper, peach, and sage leaves endowing it with distinct elegance. Full on the palate, fresh, very appealing, with complex varietal flavors.
“For the Bortoluzzi family sensitivity is important, as is tradition. You must always be forward-looking in order to improve, but without forgetting what history and experience have taught you.“