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José Pariente Sauvignon Blanc 2019

José Pariente Sauvignon Blanc


Wine region

Rueda (Spain)



Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

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£ 8.23

/ btl 0.75 L

Details for José Pariente Sauvignon Blanc 2019


Alcohol content


Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2019

Braised vegetables / Sashimi / Roast turbot

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 5ºC and 6ºC
  • Decanting:Decanting is recommended

Customer reviews

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by: Ches Hilson (12 Aug) - Vintage 2019

Pretty good.

I found that most of the Sauv. Bl. from this region had a limited bouquet. Perhaps it is just me. This one was smoothe, with quite a good flavour, but not memorable. The bottle, strangely, had more flavour on the second day.

by: warren (12 Jun) - Vintage 2019

What a Sauv

I think i like this over the Albarinos and thats saying something. Halfway between the great Loire and New Zealand Sauvs , this is all you need on a hot summers day

by: Vinissimus Customer (7 Feb) - Vintage 2018


We used this for a Hogmanay party and it was much better quality wine than we could get at a similar price in supermarkets.

by: Keith Taylor (09/12/2019) - Vintage 2018

Excellent value

An above average Sauvignon Blanc and well worth its price. Good enough to enjoy by itself or as part of a meal. Happy to recommend it.

by: Edoardo Fittipaldi (12/11/2019) - Vintage 2018

After Poully Fumé, my favorite Sauvignon

Personally, I dislike this grape because of its notorious connection to cat's... I am very well acquainted with New Zealand's and South Tyrol's ones, in my opinion, this really excellent. If you consider its price, it is just unbelievable. I have already purchased plenty of bottles of it.

Bodegas José Pariente

Bodegas José Pariente

Bodega José Pariente started up in the 1960s, realising the dream of a vine grower, José Pariente. Passionate about his land and its star variety, the Verdejo, he began to produce hand-crafted wines. In 1998, his daughter Victoria, having inherited that same passion and being a qualified oenologist, established the present winery with the intention of making superior white wines and thus paying homage to her father. And so the story continues: Martina is the third generation ...