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Luna Lunera Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Luna Lunera Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Type White
Grapes Sauvignon Blanc
Country/Region Spain
Food pairing Salad, Chicken
Vintage 2018
Alcohol 12.5%
Product number: 227995
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£6.00 £5.40
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Dispatched from Spain
A white wine to amaze your senses. Intensely aromatic with citrus and tropical aromas, such as maracuya and grapefruit, and notes of fennel on the nose and palate. This is a very pleasant wine with high acidity, which brings freshness and vivacity, balanced at the same time by a slightly sweet finish.

A pleasant, fun and easy-drinking Sauvignon Blanc that invites you to have another sip. Enjoy with light appetizers and meals.

About the wine

Grapes: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Region: La Roda

Colour: A bright pale yellow hue
On the nose: Intensely aromatic with citrus and tropical aromas, coming through together with herbal notes of fennel.
On the palate: Fresh finish with citrus and tropical aromas and fennel notes.
Delicious with: Light appetizers and meals

About the vineyard

There are few places in the world where you can contemplate such a special union between two such different worlds. On one hand, wine; on the other, ornithology. Dehesa de Luna Biodiversity Reserve is a protected area of almost 3000 hectares where not only can you taste some of the best wines of Spain but from its hills you can also observe and enjoy an endless number of birds, such as imperial and royal eagles, curlews, Bonelli’s eagles, goshawks, kites, peregrine falcons, bustards and red partridges, among many others. This is why our wine labels are as they are.
At Dehesa de Luna Biodiversity Reserve, they have applied a series of measures based on less intense exploitation and minimal human intervention. It may be that these practices don’t help the profit and loss account at the end of the year, but they balance the exploitation of resources with the conservation of biodiversity.