Clarence House was built in 1830 on land which was originally the market garden for the City of Hobart. The present owner, David Kilpatrick, first planted vines on the north-east slopes of Clarence Plains in 1998. This Sauvignon Blanc was made by Julian Alcorso at Cambridge as a dry, crisp wine which expresses the vegetal and fruit chracteristics of the variety. Perfect on its own or as an accompaniment to salads, shellfish, chicken, pork and other white meats.
Notes provided by Clarence House.