Invivo 2012 Sauvignon Blanc

18-Oct-2012

Since Invivo Wines was established in 2007 and releasing its inaugural wines in 2008, the company has been taken on an amazing path of growth as the brand and wines have become a feature in some of the world's most important markets. Part of the impact can be attributed to the distinctive compass points-inspired label designed by the Zambesi fashion house. Invivo is the operation of winemaker Rob Cameron and marketing specialist Tim Lightbourne, Rob with considerable experience in Europe and Tim as a strategist with global branding. Together, they make wine from fruit from their vineyards in the Dashwood and Awatere districts of Marlborough and from growers in the different sub-regions of Central Otago. Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir are the major varieties made, with the range supported by Pinot Gris and rosé wine. In 2010, Invivo launched their ‘Belle' 9% alcohol, low calorie wines which they aim to provide the same quality as in the regular wines. I review three Invivo Sauvignon Blanc wines from the 2012 vintage, including the first Organic wine. www.invivowines.com


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  • Invivo Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2012

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