Named after an ‘extraordinary’ family relative of Seresin’s founder Michael Seresin, the OSIP wines are the result of a decade-long project to remove additions in the winery.  Winemaker Clive Dougall has used wild yeasts, and absolutely no sulphur or other non-naturals have been added.  Seresin have been producing certified organic and biodynamically grown wines since aeons ago, and this is a sauvignon that’ll definitely appeal to those who prefer softer acidity, a hint of seabreeze, lemongrass, smoke and a subtle, peppery watercressy texture on the finish.