Usana, The Doctor's Journey Sauvignon Blanc 750ml 2018

South Africa, Stellenbosch
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Winshaw Vineyards says that the origin of the name of this wine comes from their great grandfather, William Winshaw. The stories that Dr. William Charles Winshaw could tell of the first quarter of his life are enough to fill a book. But, for his itchy feet and adventurous heart, this was not enough. After studying medicine at Tulane College, the young doctor travelled across the Atlantic to study Tropical Diseases at Berlin University. One year after returning from Germany, and he was back across the Atlantic. This time in a more Southerly direction, the tip of Africa. Ready for a whole new set of adventures.

Tasting notes:
'The Usana Sauvignon Blanc has a lively acidity with a nice fresh finish. On the nose and palate there are hints of fig, gooseberry and passion fruit. The lees contact adds lovely texture to the palate. The Usana Sauvignon Blanc is a superb wine for drinking on its own on a nice warm summer afternoon or it can be perfectly partnered with salads, fish and chicken dishes.' – Winemaker

Alc: 13% | RS: 3.6 g/L | TA: 5.1 g/L | PH: 3.27

About Usana:
Usana, founded in 2003 by brothers JP and Pierre Winshaw, is located in Klein Welmoed in Stellenbosch. Usana meaning ‘a baby’ or ‘a new beginning’ in Xhosa, represents the start of a new venture for the family. They produce a range of wines as well as pasture-reared beef, lamb and eggs on the Winshaw Family Farm.
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Alcohol 13%
Technical analysis RS: 3.6 g/L | TA: 5.1 g/L | PH: 3.27
Variety Sauvignon Blanc
Blend information 100% Sauvignon Blanc
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Producer information Usana, founded in 2003 by brothers JP and Pierre Winshaw, is located in Klein Welmoed in Stellenbosch. Usana meaning 'a baby' or 'a new beginning' in Xhosa, represents the start of a new venture for the family. They produce a range of wines as well as pasture-reared beef, lamb and eggs on the Winshaw Family Farm.
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