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RegionMarlborough, NZ
WinemakerDr Andrew Hedley
AromaBright aromatics; grapefruit, sweet herbs and nettle.
PalateYellow citrus on the palate, with red capsicum and a splash of more tropical fruit. The wine is dry, but not austere. Easy to drink on its own, or to match with food.
Vinification/MaturationWinemaking is all about preserving each of the five vineyard site’s individual identity, so it’s kept simple. Juices from each vineyard are kept separate, and fermented with an appropriate yeast in stainless steel tanks. Individual wines are then blended according to our idea of a complementary whole.
Alcohol/Vol12.5%
pH3.35pH
Acidity (TA)6.8 g/L
Bottles per Case6
Peak DrinkingMade for immediate drinking
Recommended Food PairingVersatile on the table; try green lipped mussels or other shellfish or Ceasar salad.

Proudly introducing New Zealand’s exciting and indvidual wine brand, Framingham Wines and its punk rock inspired range Nobody’s Hero. Inspired by winemaker Dr Andrew Hedley’s favourite punk rock band ‘Stiff Little Fingers’, the range is about celebrating individuality and being who you want to be – not anyone’s hero. Nobody’s Hero wines are encased by a label that dares you to look beyond the bland and celebrate individuality through good music and great wine!

Nobody’s Hero Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is a bright, fresh, fruit driven wine in an easily recognisable Marlborough style, made in the Framingham way. Wine for those who just want to be themselves.

Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 27 x 18 x 35 cm

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