Hop for beer obtained by modifying some plants of "Smoothcone" (New Zealand branch of Fuggle).
The name has two references, one geographical and one wine: Nelson, from the name of the central area of New Zealand, from which this type of hop comes from; Sauvin in honour of its aromatic and tasting characteristics, which resemble the fresh and fruity flavours of gooseberry, a feature that is often used also to describe Sauvignon grapes (the very famous vine variety of Bordeaux area).
It is a "winy" hop or, better, a hop which gives to the beer the fresh and fruity flavours of a good white wine, combined with other rich balsamic notes, which are reminiscent of the Tropics with the richness and uniqueness of their fruits.
|Ingredients||Hop; it may contain traces of BARLEY, WHEAT, OAT, RYE, SPELT.|
|Preservation||Store between 0°C and +5°C|
|Alpha Acid %||11,4|
|Country of Manufacturing||New Zealand|
|Beer-styles||Pale Ale, India Pale Ale, Imperial India Pale Ale|
|Info||Three-layer packaging made of food aluminium, very resistant.|
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