Kim Crawford's philosophy on making good wine is simple: focus on flavor. The exceptional grapes were selected from small batches and crafted into our Small Parcels range. With grapes grown between the latitudes of 34 degrees and 47 degrees, Kim Crawford's growing regions cover a distance of 1,000 miles from the northern tip of New Zealand to the southern coast. Within these regions the climates vary and allow winemakers to select from an assortment of grapes producing the diverse and flavorful wines Kim Crawford is known for. Our Spitfire Sauvignon Blanc takes its name from a famous site in Marlborough that was used as an Air Force base during WWII. This white wine is complex with layers of tropical fruit and ripe citrus flavors. It has crisp acidity and a lingering finish that rounds out this stunning wine.