Wine for the weekend - Seresin Sauvignon Blanc

London-based cinematographer Michael Seresin (Angela's Ashes, Prisoner of Azkhaban and others) turned a private passion for wines into a business back in the mid-Nineties after buying up land in his native New Zealand.

Now well-established as a quality operation which plays up its organically grown grapes and pursuit of wine-making the old-fashioned way, the results can be seen in this 2008 vintage of their flagship Sauvignon Blanc - crisp and creamy with a subtle nutty note from the oak barrels, and a strong citrus finish combine to elevate it above the rest of the sauvignon Marlboroughs pack. £14.99 at www.armit.co.uk 

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