Like Sauvignon Blanc smuggled from an exotic bazaar, this wine has a familiar taste, but with added characters of blackcurrant flower, mandarin and Morrocan spice.
To make our new and improved Governo blend, a portion of grapes are hand- picked early and air-dried, before wild fermented 'on skins'. The remaining grapes are basket pressed and wild-fermented in old French oak, stainless steel and a concrete egg. These batches are then combined and lees stirred occasionally for 7 months, prior to bottling cloudy to maintain a nice orange hue.
The result is a taste that goes beyond what you normally expect from Sauvignon Blanc, transporting your mood to far-flung lands.
Blind Corner is a notable wine estate located in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The estate is known for producing high-quality, artisanal wines with a focus on organic and biodynamic practices.
The estate's vineyards are situated in a prime location within the Margaret River region, benefiting from the region's moderate maritime climate and diverse soil types. These factors contribute to the production of wines that showcase the unique terroir of the area.