The down-to-earth one
Immensely rich, yet modest. Advanced in years, yet persistent... Its most prominent attribute? The mineral-rich limestone soil on which Schliff thrives! With its deep roots, this Sauvignon can forcefully penetrate the scrap of earth upon which it grows. This deep-rooted attachment to Mother Earth is just what makes it so surprisingly rich in content – yet at the same time both structured and accentuated.