Sunday, June 24, 2012

Mike Press 2012 Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc

It’s hard to beat Adelaide Hills producer Mike Press when it comes to value for money. You always get plenty of flavour and immediate drinkability from Mr Press, as in this new-release  from the recently completed vintage.  It’s an awesomely fresh and lively wine, indisputably sauvignon blanc, but the exuberant fruit has a real “feelgood” factor. It’s a crisp, crunchy, dry young wine with green citrus, gooseberry and guava flavours; making it a perfect quaffer with its lively acid. It would be superb with pan-fried flathead or some spicy flash-fried prawns. $12-13.

1 comment:

Alex said...

I tried his Chardonnay a couple of weeks back - a bargain for just $10. I'll be keeping an eye out for both the Shiraz & the SB in the near future!