Kim Crawford 2008 Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough (New Zealand) 

Spring presents perfect weather for sauvignon blanc. From the king of New Zealand comes another reliably charming wine ñ capped with a screwtop, no less. Its green grass aromas give way to dry, crisp acidity, ripe Granny Smith apples, zingy lime and plenty of refreshing grapefruit. The 2008 trumps previous vintages. Sw=1. $13. 5 stars.

This wine is featured in this week's Corkscrew column - The Whites of Spring.

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