Momo

Momo Sauvignon Blanc 2020

$22.50

Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
Alcohol: 13.0%
Region: Marlborough, New Zealand

Recognition

Appreciated by most Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Organic Wine drinkers. 

Organic
Organic
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Certified Organic
Certified Organic
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Low Sulphites
Low Sulphites
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Vegan
Vegan
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Biodynamic
Biodynamic
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Sustainable
Sustainable
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Natural
Natural
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Gluten Free
Gluten Free
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A classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc displaying a vibrant nose with aromas of ripe tropical fruit, herbaceous notes and a lashing of citrus. The palate is lush, generous and textural, with subtle notes of lemon blossom and passionfruit. The finish is refreshing, crisp and dry.

Blessed with a glorious, dry Summer, 2019 harvest commenced remarkably early, on March 1st. Vintage 2019 will be remembered as relatively trouble free, and a long harvest period – after the last few years when all varieties ripened at once, the slow, steady and spread out nature of 2019 was welcomed. Wet conditions at flowering gave us loose and lighter bunches, the following hot dry summer allowed berries to ripen considerably faster. Fruit was harvested an optimum maturity with the intention to maintain fresh and vibrant acidity to balance concentration of the fruit. We completed harvest on April 13th.

Certified organic grapes were harvested in cool temperatures throughout the night, where possible. The fruit was chilled, crushed, destemmed and left for a period of 72 hours, to settle. The clear juice was then carefully racked into a variety of stainless steel vessels. The vessels were largely inoculated with specialist yeast, Alba Fria. A small proportion was left to ferment naturally, to help build texture and natural balance into the wine. A long, cool fermentation proceeded, to enhance the pure, distinctive flavours that are the hallmark of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. After a short period on lees, the wine was stabilised and filtered prior to bottling.

We are working on finding our best Pairing for this beautiful Organic Wine. Also open to some suggestions from you. Get in touch with us with your favourite pairing and we can talk about what we love. Email us at info@naturalliquor.com

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Organic
Organic
Organic wine are grapes grown on an organic vineyard without genetic modification (GMO’s), and without routine spraying of synthetic pesticides or herbicides. It is a holistic style of viticulture that prioritises the health of the soil and surrounding habitat focusing on long-term nourishment for the land. The winemaking process is also done with less additives and preservatives such as sulphur dioxide - also known as sulphites.
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Certified Organic
Certified Organic
Certified organic wine are grapes grown on an certified organic vineyard that has been checked, audited and certified by a trusted certification agency with a set of standards to comply with. Organic wine is made without genetic modification (GMO’s), and without routine spraying of synthetic pesticides or herbicides on the vineyards. It is a holistic style of viticulture that prioritises the health of the soil and surrounding habitat focusing on long-term nourishment for the land. The winemaking process is also done with less additives and preservatives such as sulphur dioxide - also known as sulphites.
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Low Sulphites
Low Sulphites
Low sulphite practices are when winemakers either use no added sulphites or very minimal quantities during viticulture, winemaking and bottling. This means the wine you drink tastes roughly the same as the day it got bottled. This is great for people with sensitivities to sulphites.
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Vegan
Vegan
Vegan wines are the absence of animal derived ingredients. Common non-vegan ingredients used in some winemaking are blood and bone marrow, chitin (fibers from crustacean shells), fish oil, isinglass - made from dried fish bladders, gelatine, casein (a protein derived from cow’s milk) and albumin from egg whites. These are mostly used for the filtration process. It can be difficult to spot a vegan drink by the label as producers are under no obligation to list animal products used in the production process.
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Biodynamic
Biodynamic
Biodynamic wine uses all the practices of organic viticulture and adds onto this, more complex farming practices that utilise the astrological calendar and elemental forces. Each biodynamic calendar day coincides with one of the four classical elements of Earth, Fire, Air and Water that have been used since before Plato’s era: Fruit Days: Best days for harvesting grapes, Root Days: Ideal days for pruning, Flower Days: Leave the vineyard alone on these days, Leaf Days: Ideal days for watering plants. It's believed that Biodynamic wine tends to have notably exceptional flavours, appearance and overall quality.
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Sustainable
Sustainable
The aim of sustainable wines is for the viticulture and winemaking process to be environmentally conscious and socially responsible - whilst maintaining economic feasibility and high quality wines. This includes building and maintaining healthy soil, managing water wisely, minimising air, water and climate pollution and promoting biodiversity by keeping wild ecosystems intact instead of clearing land etc. When grapes are grown, harvested and made into wine these environmental factors are prioritised to avoid damaging impacts - without sacrificing productivity or profitability.
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Natural
Natural
Natural wine is an approach that doesn’t sit in a well-defined category but more of a set of agreed-upon characteristics. In its simplest form, natural wine is made from fermented grape juice, where the grapes are hand-picked without being sprayed with pesticides and herbicides. The wines are made with native yeast and minimal intervention in the vineyards and in the cellar. They use no or low amounts of sulphites.
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Gluten Free
Gluten Free
Gluten Free is the absence of the seed storage protein (gluten) found in certain cereal grains. Wine is naturally gluten-free, however some practices include using gluten during the filtration process or aging it in oak barrels sealed with wheat paste, which could add tiny amounts of gluten to wine. Gluten free wines are best suited for drinkers who are highly allergic to gluten.
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