Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 6pk 2022

Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 6pk 2022

Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 6pk 2022
Winery Details

    Pegasus Bay’s second label Main Divide maintains the same Donaldson approach to winemaking and represents exceptional value for money. Its philosophy is based on individuality and harmony. The aim is to grow grapes of the highest quality which fully express the features of the vineyard and to handle these with the utmost respect. The results are distinctive, vibrant wines with lively fruit flavours, which at the same time are integrated and harmonious.

Press Review

    Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 2022
    Flavoursome Sauvignon blanc with grapefruit, lemongrass, red capsicum and lime zest flavours. An initial hint of sweetness is nicely balanced by refreshing acidity. Together they build an appealing tension.
    Rating: 93 Points
    Source: Bob Campbell, The Real Review 


    Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 2022
    Pungent, fruity, herbaceous, varietal and vibrant bouquet. Aromas of fresh herbs and green melon, pineapple skin and passionfruit, apple and white orchard fruits. Equally expressive on the palate with a citrus, acid and herbaceous drive. Flavours of tropical fruits apple and honey dew melon mix with a crunchy textured acidity leading to a lengthy vibrant finish.
    Rating: 93 Points
    Source: Cameron Douglas MS, www.camdouglasms.com


    Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 2022
    Fresh and lively, the bouquet shows green apple, nectarine, grape fruit and lime peel aromas, leading to an intensely flavoursome palate offering bright fruit flavours with crisp acidity, finishing lingering and vibrant.
    Rating: 4.5 STARS
    Source: Sam Kim – Wine Writer, NZ, Wine Orbit, www.wineorbit.co.nz

    Main Divide Sauvignon Blanc 2022
    The 2022 Sauvignon Blanc Main Divide is lively, bright and full of life. It is clean, dry and aromatic, with abounding notes of gooseberry, elderflower and pear. Roundness meets raciness. Enjoy while young for its vibrancy and firmness. Always great value.
    Source: Rebecca Gibb MW, Vinous