Discovering Rabbit Island Wine - A Delightful Experience
Rabbit Island wine is produced from grapes grown on Rabbit Island, which is situated in the Marlborough region of New Zealand. The island has a perfect climate and soil condition, which makes it an ideal location for grape cultivation.
The grapes grown on Rabbit Island are known for their exceptional flavour, fragrance and high acidity. The location of the island near the ocean gives the wine an extra dimension of oceanic salinity which adds to its character.
Rabbit Island wine is exclusively produced on the Rabbit Island of Marlborough, New Zealand.
The grapes are harvested by hand and then fermented in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures. This ensures that the wine retains its delicate and fruity flavours.
Rabbit Island wine offers a unique and intense wine experience that awakens one’s taste buds. The wine has fresh fruity aromas of gooseberry, passionfruit, and freshly cut herbs, with a zesty acidity and mineral undertones. It is a refreshing, crisp and an engaging wine that will get your senses going.
Rabbit Island wine pairs perfectly with seafood like oysters, mussels, grilled prawns, and fish tacos. It also goes well with goat cheese, asparagus, and salads like the Napa cabbage salad.
Rabbit Island wine is a dry wine with a medium body, which exhibits a good balance of fruit and acidity.
Rabbit Island wine is best served chilled at 7-10°C. This will enhance the fruity aromas and provide the perfect temperature to enjoy its refreshing flavour.
A bottle of Rabbit Island wine has an alcohol content of 13 percent.