Lightly grippy Sauvignon with a real wild side. This is definitely not your run of the mill Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc and that’s a good thing. Aromas of lemon balm, nectarines, and basil-like tones are at the forefront with lingering green pear on the back end. The wine is more herbal on the palate, but by no means green, with a cascading fruity side that again reaches into the apple/pear section of the supermarket. There is a great deal of complexity here that really shows with some air all leading to a deeply penetrating and saline-doused finish.