Grant Burge Sauvignon Blanc is a vibrant wine that goes well with fresh fish and salad dishes.
Grant Burge is a 5th Generation Vigneron. The history of the Burge family and their long association with winemaking in the region can be traced back to March 1855, when noted tailor John Burge immigrated to Lyndoch in Australia with his wife Eliza and their two sons, Meshach and Henry. This elegantly structured and beautifully balanced wine is a wonderful example of cool climate Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc. On the palate this wine has intense up front flavours of citrus and tropical fruits, with a touch of creamy complexity and a crisp lingering finish. A vibrant wine that goes well with fresh fish and salad dishes.
- Style -
- Alcohol Content 13%
- Brand Grant Burge
- Region Of Origin Adelaide Hills
- Country Of Origin Australia
Meet the Winemaker: Craig Stansborough
Craig's passion for winemaking started early on in his life as he grew up in Gawler, on the edge of the Barossa Valley - an area renowned for its wine industry.
He began his career as a cellar hand with B Seppelt & Son in 1983, working at Château Tanunda and later at Seppeltsfield. After gaining valuable experience, Craig joined Grant Burge Wines in 1993 as a Cellar Manager and quickly rose through the ranks to become Assistant Winemaker in 1994, Winemaker in 1995, and Senior Winemaker in 1997.
His exceptional talents, leadership skills, inquisitive mind, and unrelenting passion for winemaking were key factors in his meteoric rise within the company. Today, Craig continues to pursue his passion for winemaking and tends a small vineyard on his property in Williamstown.
Grant Burge Wines is proud to have Craig as part of their team, and his contributions have played an integral role in shaping the brand's success.