Tamra Washington made this on the vast Awatere Valley estate where weeds are kept in check by baby sheep. Well, yes you would love to be served this in a blind tasting. Light and vaguely sweet on the end with, if you screw up your eyes very tight, just a suggestion of something vaguely mineral. Leaves me cold, I’m afraid but it would definitely do the business for Marlborough Sauvignon fans and doesn’t have any of the dreaded canned asparagus aromas. Yet? Scored within its category as usual.