Tiki refers to the large wood and stone carvings of human form that celebrate the Maori mythology of the “first human”, the essence of New Zealand’s history. Tiki Sound gives a nod to the traditions of New Zealand, while implementing modern, sustainable, viticultural methods.
In the North-Eastern corner of New Zealand’s South Island, lies the winegrowing region of Marlborough. Here, a magical synergy of climate and soil, create the perfect conditions for growing Sauvignon Blanc. Tiki Sound’s Sauvignon Blanc grows in an alluvial silt Lome, with an average vine age of 10 – 20 years.
2015 Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough - 15.99
There is an array of classic Marlborough aromatics, such as lime zest, grapefruit, and lychee. On the palate, this wine presents refreshing, clean citrus notes of zesty lime and ripe grapefruit, lively acidity, and a hint of both lychee and minerality on the finish to create great balance and complexity. Also available on tap.
88 points, Tasting Panel