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Wines of New Zeland / Southern Ocean

Southern Ocean New Zealand

Discover Southern Ocean, a Sauvignon Blanc white wine that will transport you to the shores of New Zealand. True to its origin, this Sauvignon Blanc captures the essence of grapes grown in the maritime climate of Marlborough, known for its exceptional vineyards and ideal climatic conditions.

Made from carefully selected grapes from the Awatare and Wairau valleys, Southern Ocean offers a unique sensory experience. Its tropical fruit and citrus aromas mingle with notes of fresh herbs and a mineral touch, creating a perfect balance on the palate.

Sauvignon blanc
Still wine
Alcohol Graduation
Serving Temperature
Best served chilled


New Zealand is a premier new-world wine country, producing award-winning wines that reflect the clean air and sunshine. Marlborough is a well-known wine-producing region in this country. A combination of a cool yet high sunshine climate, low rainfall and free-draining, moderately fertile soil produces uniquely vivid wines. The most popular varietal is Sauvignon blanc, closely followed by Pinot noir and Chardonnay.

Tasting Notes

This wine has the classic aromas of juicy tropical fruit and zesty citrus with intense flavours of passion fruit and zippy gooseberry.

Food Pairing

Enjoy with salads, seafood, like oysters or shrimps, salty snacks or delicious tapas.

Technical Information

After crushing, the must is left for maceration for 6 to 8 hours at low temperature to achieve the maximum expression of aromas. The fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks at 14-16º C. The wine making process includes careful handling at every stage.


2024 Internacional Wine Challenge: Southern Ocean NZ 2023 **95 POINTS**
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2023 Challenge International du Vin: Southern Ocean NZ 2022