This is a more "serious" take on Sauvignon Blanc which can sometimes be too much, but it works here. Yellow gold in color, slightly cloudy. On the nose there is some grapefruit, spice/oak, and a bit of honey. Medium to full bodied. Good acidity but still round at the edges. On the palate, grapefruit, peach, ginger and spice. A bit of lemons on the finish. This drinks well on its own but can hold up to quite a bit of foods. Grilled trout would be a nice match.
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