Wild Cape Sauvignon Blanc
Wild Cape in Focus: Sauvignon Blanc
The photo that represents Wild Cape Sauvignon Blanc is called ‘Void’. Photographer Andrew Semark describes the captured wave succinctly as “force, rare and relentless”.
Senior Winemaker Matt Byrne describes this wine as “a relentless wave of flavour. Purity and energy – Margaret River Sauvignon Blanc in all its glory."
Light and vibrant with a youthful lime green tint.
A super bright and lifted nose with layer upon layer of seductive, juicy Sauvignon Blanc aromas. Lime leaf, fig, lychee and mango skin, overlaid with elegant notes of cut grass, lime zest and white flower.
Flavoursome, long and delicious with a salivating, refreshing acidity bursting with lychee, lime cordial and tropical fruits. A crunchy, textural element adds complexity from a small parcel being wild fermented in used French oak puncheons.
Wild Cape is a celebration of the raw beauty of Western Australia’s South West.
Through ocean photographer Andrew Semark’s epic and dramatic photography, Wild Cape embodies the essence of the region where dramatic waves crash into the cape and world-class wines are produced in this remote, pristine part of the world.
The range focuses on the three varieties that Margaret River is known for – Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.