Anthony Gismondi's guest note:
The thing about all these Garzón wines is the purity of fruit and expression of the origin. Ironically, it is an Alberto Antonini trademark, even though he would tell you if you feel his presence in the wine then he has failed. I would suggest we do not feel his presence but rather his reluctance to be one of the ordinary sauvignons, leaving a us a perfectly correct core of fruit with bright citrus/apple flavours, a touch of tropical fruit and plenty of refreshing acidity. An easier introduction to the varietal than its aggressive Kiwi counterparts, all grown at the same latitudes. Perfect with shellfish, especially steamed mussels.