Tuesday, May 16, 2017

The Infamous Goose from Kobrand Wine and Spirits

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We had the opportunity to facilitate a review for a bottle of wine from Kobrand Wine and SpiritsKobrand called The Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc .



Sauvignon Blanc is a rich lovely fruit core of citrus and apple, balanced with fine acidity for a soft yet pleasantly dry finish. A pale lemon straw with a green hue, and a fresh aroma of fresh green herbs, white peach, blackcurrant bush and wet river stones. The wine is paired great with fresh white fish, salads and white meats and shellfish.

The source of Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc is Marlborough’s Wairau River Valley, where stony, sandy loam topsoil covers deep layers of free-draining shingle. This low-fertility soil reduces vigor, yielding lush, aromatic, ripe fruit. The grapes are picked at optimal ripeness, destemmed, and the free-run juice is cool-fermented in stainless steel tanks. Three months of aging on the lees and in stainless steel tanks provides body and complexity to the wine, before blending, fining, filtering and bottling. The weather conditions that were predicted for 2015-2016 growing season caused many to fear that it would be the worst harvest. However, conditions were mild across the spring followed by warm rains in January. This resulted in the largest berry wieghts on record for Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc at harvest time.

Points of Distinction for Sauvignon Blanc A fresh, high-quality Sauvignon Blanc Terrific pairing with all types of fresh seafood

Family owned since 1944, Kobrand attributes success to a single guiding principle that describes the people, products and relationships behind it: quality. Kobrand imports and markets a distinguished portfolio of hand selected brands representing virtually every major wine region of the world and its most iconic specialty spirits.

The portfolio is a collection of gems of New World and Old, including American wineries such as Cellars,Cakebread Sequoia Grove and St. Francis as well as the wines of European masters such as Champagne Taittinger and Maison Louis Jadot and the Portos of Taylor Fladgate, Fonseca and Croft.

A portfolio such as this grows out of the decades-long experience of passionate professionals who seek out the star viticulturists, winemakers and distillers who are its key contributors. Kobrand of today: a story of continuing tradition, strong commitment, innovative excellence and quality.

You can connect with Kobrand via Kobrand Facebook, @Kobrand_Wine, You Tube and Kobrand Website

1 comment:

  1. Sauvignon Blanc is another of the wines that I will sometimes drink! I really try to stay away from red or blush wines--for some readon I just don't like them. Just give me a white wine anytime and I am a happy camper!

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