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Life style Sauvignon Blanc from around the world, the first place was given to the Sauvignon Blanc wine by Brancott Estate. The next day, the whole wine world talks raved about the phenomenon – the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. And, the most eminent wine magazine Decanter devoted a whole turn to the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. Today, Brancott Estate is one of the largest wineries in New Zealand, producing about a third of the volume of all New Zealand wines. They were not only the first in their region, but now continue to dictate fashion – the winery uses the most modern technologies to produce wine, as well as technologies for cleaning the earth. The winery uses the most careful technology for picking and processing grapes to get the cleanest possible material to create their wines. Separately, it is worth mentioning that both leading grape varieties of New Zealand – Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir – are excellent for culinary art, perfectly complementing any meal. When choosing a food pairing with these classic Brancott Estate wines, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, we recommend the following: for salads, especially with arugula, seafood, and asparagus, the classic Sauvignon Blanc would be perfect; for duck dishes, game with red berry sauce, mushroom risotto or asparagus, red meat with freshly ground black pepper, and pastas, the Pinot Noir would be the right choice. The more premium line of Letter Series wines, which are distinguished by handpicking grapes from only one premium vineyard, as well as aging in French oak barrels, we recommend a more complex gastronomy: pairing a white wine with fatty white fish meat, seafood, especially a grilled scallops dish, asparagus on the grill, risotto with white mushrooms, dishes with cream sauce; pairing a red wine with duck, game, lamb with red berry sauce with black pepper. Brancott Estate is the number 1 brand in the category of wines from New Zealand in Russia and England, exporting to 50 countries, and since September this year, their wines are represented in Kazakhstan. You can find them in the best restaurants and stores of our country. supported by EUROBAK 57