Levantine Hill's Sauvignon Blanc Semillon bears more in common with
the great dry white wines of Bordeaux than it does with 'Savvy' as we
generally know it in the antipodes. The focus is on texture,
mouthfeel and barrel-derived complexity rather than straightforward
varietal characters. It is simply made for food. Seafood of
all types with a creamy sauce would work, as would lighter white meat
dishes such as Chicken Kiev. Drink now or cellar for up to a
(Armadale Cellars tasting note).