Probably the most famous wine of the Milan Nestarec portfolio. The name was a working title from when the first edition was fermenting and the aroma was of juniper berries and had a bitter aftertaste - hence, G&T. But the name stuck.
Based on Sauvignon Blanc. Funnily enough many winemakers from this old-world winemaking region started making Sauvignon Blanc in the vein of the at-the-time-very-popular New World Sav Blancs.
Milan wisely didn't fall into the trap of making a wine like those that work for someone else, half-a-world away. This is a rich and flavoursome wine that doesn't taste like other Sauvignon Blanc. "Probably because I didn't try to assign any roles to it or shape it into some moulds; the only thing I cared about was to encapsulate and transfer the energy this wine had in the barrel." - Milan Nestarec
Electric Sauv Blanc energy.