Produced entirely from grapes grown in Marlborough's famed Awatere Valley, the Tohu Sauvignon Blanc is an absolute triumph. It's brimming with ripe tropical fruit with a delicate herbal edge. There's a hint of citrus on the palate that gives the wine a refreshing lift to the finish. This is super quality Sauvignon Blanc.
Tohu’s owner, Wakatū, based in Nelson and Marlborough, is made up of 4,000 Maori families, all descendants of the four original tribes from the top of the South Island. We love their ethos – Kaitiakitanga (guardianship) is one of their core values that directs their business and relationship with their environment. With their regenerative agriculture approach, they are committed to protecting and enhancing the natural resources inherited from their ancestors and passing them on to future generations.