The Ned Sauvignon Blanc named in The Evening Standard's 'Best Dry Whites'

The Evening Standard is "smitten" with The Ned Sauvignon Blanc!

The Evening Standard, has just released their list of 'Best dry white wines' and the 'Best Classic New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc' was given to The Ned Sauvignon Blanc!

Here's what they had to say...
"Always reach for a New Zealand savvy b? Allow us to introduce you to your new favourite wine from one of the country’s fastest-growing wine brands.

Named after the tallest peak in the Wither Hills range, The Ned is made by Brent Marris, founder of Marisco Vineyards in the Waihopai Valley of Marlborough. The area’s unique soils and climate produce a classically elegant Sauvignon Blanc that is fermented in stainless steel with yeast strains specifically selected to capture the true essence of this wildly popular dry white wine.

This one has all the fruitiness you’d expect with a pleasing pop of lime, gooseberry and pink grapefruit plus a contrasting hit of minerality to keep things interesting. We’re smitten."

The London Evening Standard, formerly The Standard (1827–1904), is a local free daily newspaper in London, England, published Monday to Friday in tabloid format. Claimed to be London's most iconic news brand, “The Evening Standard is an iconic London brand with a rich heritage and an exciting future. Serving London for almost 200 years we are the gateway to the evening, a daily look at world affairs, a go to for what’s on in the capital, where to live, eat and shop, a daily news podcast fix and weekly magazine moment.” -

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