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Invivo X, Sarah Jessica Parker Sauvignon Blanc 2020

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Ripe citrus, tropical fruit and a hint of something savory. Delicate oak adds another dimension. The striking palate immediately fills the mouth and finds a crisp finish to a long and balanced interplay of fruit and acidity. Delicate white wine tannins provide the framework and, combined with an approachable acidity, focuses the palate toward a long and elegant finish.

Brand: Invivo
Wine: Invivo X, Sarah Jessica Parker Sauvignon Blanc
Grape: Sauvignon Blanc
Type: White Wine
Style: Fresh & fruity white
Food Match: Appetizer, seafood and summer salads
Alcohol: 13.2%
Bottle Size: 750ml
Region: Marlborough
Country: New Zealand

Awards: Wine Orbit - 5 STARS & 94 POINTS / Melbourne International Wine Comp - GOLD & 94 POINTS / James Suckling - 90 POINTS

Following the phenomenal global success of the first vintage of Invivo X, SJP Sauvignon Blanc, Sarah Jessica Parker and Invivo co-founders Tim Lightbourne and Rob Cameron have made their 2020 second release together, virtually. In the world’s first ever virtual winemaking session, New York-based Sarah Jessica dialled Tim and Rob in from their winery in Te Kauwhata, New Zealand to create and sign off their latest blend, over a two-hour Zoom chat.

Sarah Jessica has pushed the style a little further this year, for a softer wine with more oak influence. For an increased oak touch, we used new French barriques and hogsheads as well as non-barrel blonde oak products and we employed more pre-fermentation maceration than in 2019.

We were really after an elevated phenolic structure with a hint of savory toast, but to be balanced we needed a great deal of weight and flesh among the structure. The vineyards provided this in abundance and with the addition of some extra solids during ferment, helped maximise the textual element. The final tool was a good amount of malolactic fermentation to naturally soften the wine and add that special character the malic acid conversion does.

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