White Wine New Zealand
McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough
What Makes This Wine Popular?
McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough is a crowd-pleaser like no other! Bursting with zesty citrus and tropical fruit flavors, this wine's vibrant acidity pairs perfectly with its balanced minerality. It's the perfect accompaniment for any occasion, whether it be an outdoor picnic or a romantic dinner. Plus, it's sustainably produced and certified organic, making it both delicious and environmentally friendly. No wonder it's so popular!
A Little Trivia
The McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough is made by two sisters who are the first African-American sisters to be co-owners of a wine label in the US!
History of This Wine
The McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough is a wine that celebrates the unique bond between two sisters, Robin and Andréa McBride. The sisters grew up on opposite sides of the world—Robin in California and Andréa in New Zealand—but were brought together by their shared passion for wine. In 2004, they decided to combine their talents and create a line of wines that would reflect their individual styles and cultures.
The first vintage of McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc was released in 2006, and it quickly became one of the most popular wines from Marlborough. The wine is made with grapes sourced from some of the best vineyards in the region, including Wairau Valley, Awatere Valley, and Omaka Valley. It has a bright acidity and notes of citrus fruits, tropical fruits, herbs, and minerals.
Since its release, McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc has been recognized with numerous awards at international competitions. In 2017, it won a Gold Medal at the International Wine Challenge in London. It has also been featured in Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s “Top 100 Wines” list multiple times since 2009.
What To Serve With This Wine?
The McBride Sisters Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough is a crisp and refreshing white wine with notes of tropical fruit and citrus. It pairs well with lighter dishes, such as salads, seafood, poultry, and creamy pasta dishes. It also goes well with goat cheese, light appetizers such as sushi or tartar, and grilled vegetables.