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Dog Point Section 94 is a barrel fermented Sauvignon Blanc produced in Marlborough from a single vineyard – hand picked and low cropping vines. A funky style of sauvignon blanc with distinct natural ferment aromas and proven age-ability. Learn more about how this wine is made by watching this video…

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    Dog Point Vineyard Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc

    Section 94 is widely regarded as the most distinctive and greatest Sauvignon Blanc being made in New Zealand today. James Healy and Ivan Sutherland were among the first to begin fermenting their Sauvignon in barrel with wild yeasts, a technique that along with the old vines they use, leads to a full-bodied wine that is less fruit-forward, more exotic, and has immense textural complexity. 

    Dog Point Vineyard

    Dog Point Vineyard Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Marlborough

    Section 94 is widely regarded as the most distinctive and greatest Sauvignon Blanc being made in New Zealand today. James Healy and Ivan Sutherland were among the first to begin fermenting their Sauvignon in barrel with wild yeasts, a technique that along with the old vines they use, leads to a full-bodied wine that is less fruit-forward, more exotic, and has immense textural complexity. 

    Dog Point Vineyard

    Dog Point Vineyard Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc 2015

    Marlborough

    Section 94 is widely regarded as the most distinctive and greatest Sauvignon Blanc being made in New Zealand today. James Healy and Ivan Sutherland were among the first to begin fermenting their Sauvignon in barrel with wild yeasts, a technique that along with the old vines they use, leads to a full-bodied wine that is less fruit-forward, more exotic, and has immense textural complexity. 

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    Dog Point Vineyard

    Marlborough, New Zealand

    Almost since its inception, Dog Point  has been recognized as among the very top (arguably the very top) wine producers in New Zealand.  Their two very different Sauvignon Blancs, their Pinot Noir, and their Chardonnay are all wines of astounding quality and complexity not just in the context of New Zealand wines, but globally.