About the Wine
The Roaring Meg range from Mt Difficulty are all made from fruit from vineyards located in the Cromwell basin of Central Otago.
The Roaring Meg Sauvignon Blanc might be a little atypical to the types you'd usually see coming from the area - a lemony, sherberty, fruity wine with a little touch of acidity and herbs.
For anyone that loves a New Zealand Savvy B, this one is definitely worth a try. It's ideal for drinking in the warmer month and perfect to share around with your loved ones - or keep it all to yourself.
About Mt Difficulty
Mt Difficulty is comprised of many vineyards, all across Central Otago - from Gibbston to Bendigo.
The Central Otago region has a fantastic climate and unique soils perfect for growing Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris.
Despite making fantastic wines of the above varieties, they still like to push the limits and experiment with their winemaking. Current Chief winemaker Greg Lane, hailing from South Australia, earned himself the title of New Zealand Young Winemaker of the Year in 2018 and has no plans of holding back on establishing Mt Difficulty as the benchmark of Central Otago winemaking.