Nelson Sauvin - 1lb (454g)

  • Sale
  • Regular price

Bred in New Zealand. A variety named for the Sauvignon Blanc grape, with which it shares some aroma characteristics. Nelson Sauvin™ was developed at Plant and Foods Research and released in 2000. 

High enough alpha acid content to make it truly dual-purpose, but best known for its distinct gooseberry, white wine-like aroma. Nelson Sauvin’s lush tropical fruit character and low cohumulone levels have made it a favorite for IPA. Adds a lovely dimension to saison and wheat ales as well. 

Aroma & Flavor Characteristics: Striking and pronounced elements of cold-climate Sauvignon Blanc and freshly crushed gooseberries. Also look for Key lime, pine needles, earthy dill, and tropical fruit (lychee, papaya, passionfruit). 

Alpha Acid 12 - 13%
Beta Acid 6 - 8%
Co-humulone 23 - 25%
Total Oil 1.1 - 1.1 mL/100g
Myrcene 22 - 23% of total oil
Caryophyllene 10.7 - 10.7% of total oil
Farnesene < 1.0% of total oil
Humulene 36.4 - 36.4% of total oil
Geraniol 0 - 0% of total oil