Fruit from Marlborough, New Zealand’s mecca for Sauvignon Blanc, takes Infamous Goose Sauvignon Blanc to new heights of pure flavor. One of New Zealand’s sunniest and driest regions, with a relatively cool climate, Marlborough provides a long, slow ripening period that intensifies flavors in the fruit.
The wine is named for the Infamous Goose, a.k.a. the moa, a giant flightless bird that roamed the South Island of New Zealand well before humans appeared. Is the Infamous Goose really extinct? Rumors and legends abound. The only sure thing is this wine.