The Boneline sauvignon blanc made in North Canterbury, New Zealand
Regular price $25.00
Aromas of beachy maran grass, pure lime blossom and spicy Thai basil supported by fuller depths of lychee and crunchy white peach. A complex yet concise palate of juicy green granny smith apple, a purity akin to gin and tonic — tightly wound by sunstruck river gravel and sea salt. Bright and vibrant acidity powers this intriguing shooting star of a sauvignon blanc — a wine of precision and drive. If ever a wine was made for food, this is it.
About The Boneline
The Boneline is named in reference to the nearby K-T boundary line that is evidence of the global catastrophe of an asteroid impact on the earth and the end of the Mesozoic Era and the extinction of the dinosaurs. Each of the wines’ labels features fossils discovered in the Waipara River dating back as far as 65 million years. The labels bear a tangible connection with the land on which the fruit is grown.
The vineyard’s natural amphitheatres allow a wide range of varieties to grow and ripen (considering the region and climate), creating incredibly diverse flavours. The Boneline is a member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand, which provides a framework for the best viticultural practices to protect the environment while efficiently producing premium grapes. Their vineyards are in the process of organic conversion, working within the Biogro system — harvest 2021 is expected to produce our first organically certified fruit.
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