Wow, I didn’t know that American SB could be this good. Nose of grapefruit and maybe a peachiness. In the mouth, great bracing acid, grapefruit and lime. Finishes nice with a lingering citrus blend.
This wine would fool anybody in a blind tasting. They will identify it as coming from New Zealand. I say this with caution, because a lot of people have grown tired of Kiwi S.B as being a bit cookie cutter. Don’t let my comparison scare you away from this wine.
Super food friendly, a great example of Sauvignon Blanc.
$24 direct from winery.
This is by far my favorite domestic SB. Not sure if I would compare to to a NZ SB; from my experiences with a year of age the wine will gain some creaminess and pick up some more weight. I have had similar experiences with white bdx and I think the heavy dose of Sauvignon Musque gives it this gorgeous mouth feel similar to white bdx.
Had this 2 days ago for the 4th time. By far the best steal among domestic SBs, and they still have a few cases left. I just asked Jen how people who want some can get it. All you have to do get up to a case is…