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Best Sauvignon Blanc in the World for Rapaura Springs

Best Sauvignon Blanc in the World for Rapaura Springs in London


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Rapaura Springs Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2015 has impressed the judges and taken home the Sauvignon Blanc Trophy at the prestigious International Wines and Spirits Competition (IWSC) in London.

The IWSC was established in 1969 and is one of the world’s pre-eminent wine competitions, held in high regard with consumers and wine trade alike. The formidable reputation of its judging process, and judges themselves, set the standard for wine competitions globally.

Rapaura Springs owner Brendan Neylon says “it doesn’t get much better than receiving a TROPHY award from the IWSC. The best Sauvignon Blanc in the World is made right here by our passionate and committed team. This award gives our consumers around the world total confidence in the Rapaura Springs brand and is a great way to supercharge the launch of our 2015 vintage. At a regular price of $14.99, this is exceptional value for the best Sauvignon in the world.”

This wine has also collected a 5 Star & Top in Category Award from the influential Winestate Magazine tasting panel, further proof of a great wine from a great vintage. Outstanding!

Rapaura Springs, delivering consistently excellent wines! Available at good retailers nationwide and proudly distributed by Vintners New Zealand. RRP $14.99


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