This vibrant and subtly nuanced wine warrants pairing with oysters, fleshy white fish, poultry, Thai and Indian food. Like most New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs it will not benefit from or require aging. It should be considered to be in the classic New Zealand style. Ie fruit-forward, above-average to high acidity, expressing citrus and peach notes in the nose and pairing well with food, especially Asian food. It is a flavor profile that New Zealand has made uniquely it’s own.