The brightness of a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc means it can stand up to rich & buttery flavours, which is great if, like us, you’re partial to a wine and cheese. Any of the foods below will go great on a platter with a cold glass of Marlborough’s finest!
For meat, think salty or even slightly spicy like salami or prosciutto. Smoked salmon is also a classic pairing.
- Artichoke hearts
- Sundried tomato
We like to have 3 – something hard, something soft & something funky!
- Something hard – a nutty gouda
- Something soft – a soft goats cheese
- Something funky – we would go for a creamy blue
Bread / Crackers
- Buttered sourdough
- Bread sticks
Summer fruits like strawberries, passionfruit, apricots, grapes are all great with a glass of sauv!