This New Zealand white was my choice to go with my seafood ravioli made for my secretary’s birthday. This is the lowest tier of Brancott’s wines, ($10) and for the price is a decent value. This wine has solid New Zealand style grassy S. Blanc aromas with mega-guava bouquet.
It is dry and acidic enough to hold up to most foods with a citrus backbone. It isn’t as well put together as it’s higher tier wines but then it isn’t the higher price either. It is a solid wine, and a good value. Raise a glass!