This has 99% Sauvignon Blanc and 1% Semillon. A nice refreshing wine that is a great summer aperitif. Very pale, slivery green in color. The nose is interesting with orange citrus and lemon zest notes. A nice, slightly creamy texture. On the palate, flavors of grapefruit and grapefruit zest. Some warmth on the finish. With a bit of air, a Sweet-Tart quality comes out which is enjoyable. This drinks nicely on its own but worked with tomato Bruschetta. Drink over the next year. Nice value.
This is a "Bordeaux Blanc" styles wine from Washington state. It is 69% Sauvignon Blanc and 31% Semillon. Very impressive and a dead ringer for a Bordeaux white in style and quality. Light golden in color. The nose has apples, wax, sweet herbs, minerality and a touch of cedar. Light to medium bodied. Nice texture. On the palate, apples, slight citrus, wax with underlying minerality. Fresh and lively. Good acidity. Long finish. Versatile. This drinks great on its own and will work with with sea food, pork or fowl and also spicy Asian foods. Drink over the next few years for its
This comes off very much like a Loire Sauvignon Blanc. Silvery gold in color. The nose has cat pee/alfalfa/grassiness or whatever you want to call that quality. Also some lemon candied notes. On the palate, there is moderate acidity but a nice texture. Grassy with lemons. Shorter finish. Easy drinking this will work better with food. Crab or Tuna salad would be a good accompaniment. Drink now.
This is made from organic grapes in Argentina. Screw capped. Silvery gold in color, clear and bright. Very reflective as it picks up the color of anything nearby. The nose is initially tight, but with about an hour or air, opens nicely. A bit of lemon/lime notes. Medium bodied. On the palate, much more open initially. Concentrated. The lemon/lime comes thru turning mostly lime on the finish. Very refreshing. Dry. This was very popular and got better over two nights of tasting. That said, it probably should be consumed over the next few years. Nice on its own, this will work we
According to the label, this is a white blend of Chardonnay, Feteasca Regala, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscat Ottonel but also Cadarcă (known as Kadarka in Hungary) which is a red varietal. Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose is tight but with air opens up a bit. Some cantaloupe and a bit of minerality. Slightly oily texture. Bold flavors on the palate. This is dry with minerals, limes, melon and slight cherries. A long finish. This is a really serious wine that seems like it should hold up for five to seven years. There is a nice complexity to it now on its own but should also
Perhaps the best "non-sauterne" made, this is in a great place. Light iced-tea in color, clear and bright. The nose is very nice with honey, apricots and slight Crème Brûlée quality. Medium bodied but viscous. Sweet not cloying. On the palate, honey and caramel notes with good acidity. Long finish. Delicious. This drinks great on its own and will work with less sweet, non-chocolate desserts.
A Sauvignon Blanc from Austria, this was produced using sustainable farming methods. 12.5% ABV. Silvery gold in color with a slight copper hue. Clear and bright. The nose is initially mineral driven but with a bit of air, some green pepper notes emerge. With a bit more air, some lemons come out. Finally, after almost two hours of air, there are some grassy notes along with some tropical fruit (papaya). Fascinating to observe the evolution of the nose.