2014 Excalibur | Sauvignon Blanc
Adelaide Hills


Exquiste, varietal and moresish.

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Zonte’s Footstep has been on a quest to grow the world’s best white varieties for more than a decade.

Our ‘shining sword rising from the water’ moment wasn’t quite of Arthurian legend, but by misty dam early one vintage morning the first rapier-like cut of this Sauvignon Blanc inspired our Excalibur. Exquisite, varietal and moreish.


Excalibur Sauvignon Blanc is an exciting, fresh, food-friendly white wine (especially paired with seafood). At Zonte’s Footstep, we drink most of the Excalibur well-chilled, on a sunny afternoon with friends and family… usually followed by a second glass!

Wine Analysis

Wine Specs

Region :Adelaide Hills
Varietal :Sauvignon Blanc
Vintage :2014
Food Pairing :Chicken, Fish, Shellfood

Bottle Specs

Bottle Size :750ml
Retail Price :$18.00
Bottles in Case :12

Technical Specs

Alcohol % :13.5
Sugar :2.8 g/L
Acid :6.39 g/L
PH :3.21
Ingredients :Grapes and sulphur dioxide.

Other ingredients used in the winemaking process:
- Cultivated yeast.
- Yeast nutrients.
2014 Excalibur Tasting Note
Customer Reviews
Awards & Accolades

92 Points

Wine Genius, April 2015

“Pale steely green in colour, lightly grassy with blossom, lime and punchy sour pineapple. Shapely and ripe, a long and vibrant expression of Sauvignon Blanc, all underpinned by gentle minerality and refreshing acidity.”


91 Points/Best Sauvignon Blanc

Monterey Wine Competition 2015


91 Points

Wine Review Online, Rich Cook, 31st March 2015
“This is a fresh and flowery crisp white wine that delivers melon, lemon, light grass and herb notes, with a soft entry and a refreshing acid kick at the end that gets you salivating for more. There’s a cleansing mineral note in the finish, but it doesn’t cover the mix of flavours. Very well made at this price point. Best Sauvignon Blanc, and a Gold Award winner at the 2015 Monterey International Wine Competition.”


Gold Medal/90 points 

Critics Challenge 2015


88 points

James Halliday’s Wine Companion 2016, p. 755

2014 Excalibur Award Sheet