Marlborough's Sauvignon Blanc is famous for packing a bit of a punch. But Framingham's take on this all-time classic has hidden depths, this is textural with tastes of earth and mineral rather than fruit. There’s a complex soul beneath that savage bravado. Fruit with good exposure to light was hand harvested from a discrete one-acre block on the estate that we call the Quail Trail.
This is one wine that won’t give it all away on the first sip.
“In a cluttered wine landscape where so many seem the same, we do things differently.”
Framingham love aromatic styled wines to accompany food. And over the years, their range has grown with a strong tradition of winemaking for balance, texture and complexity.
By combining small batches of fruit from different parts of the vineyard, Framingham build depth of flavour and texture into their wines. By using experimental techniques and blending options, they love to take risks. And the result? Rich, expressive wines we love to drink.