Saint Clair has picked up two trophies at the 2019 International Wine Challenge (IWC) held in London. The brand’s Saint Clair Wairau Reserve 2018 received both the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc trophy and the International Sauvignon Blanc trophy.

Neal Ibbotson, managing director, said that the win was overwhelming. “It’s great to be recognised internationally at a highly acclaimed and influential wine competition such as IWC for our flagship wine. We are fortunate to have exceptional selected vineyard sites and a great team of highly skilled people creating a wine that can claim to be the best of its variety in the world.’

Saint Clair Wairau Reserve Sauvignon Blanc is Saint Clair’s flagship wine, created using an open-minded viticulture approach and unique stringent wine quality assessment.

This is not the wines first wine. Saint Clair has previously taken home IWC trophies in 2008, 2007, 2005 and 2003.