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Surpassingly fresh, vivid aromas of white flowers, ripe melon and citrus fruit introduce rich, zesty flavors of pink grapefruit, melon and guava, leading to a long, crisp finish buoyed by bright acidity and refreshing citrus and mineral tones. Irresistible now, this classic Napa Valley sauvignon blanc will age gracefully for the next 3-5 years and beautifully accompany seafood, poultry, vegetable and salad dishes.
Our Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc has aromas of lemon, lime, grapefruit, honeydew melon, orange peel, and white flowers. On the palate, there is more vibrant citrus with melon, honeysuckle flavors followed by a crisp acidity and touch of minerality. A bit of Semillon and Viognier in the blend add another layer of complexity to the wine with flavors of kiwi and lemon cream pie. By fermenting in stainless steel, French oak, and concrete, we build layers of complexity. The barrel fermentations add texture, density, and viscosity to the mid-palate of the wine, while the concrete adds a touch of flint and minerality to the finish along with mid-palate richness. Stainless steel fermentations preserve the natural Sauvignon Blanc aromatics, vibrant acidity and crispness.
Blend: 84% Sauvignon Blanc, 16% Semillon
Two different lots of vines 15-50 years old. Lots of cigar-shaped barrels used for this wine. Very fine and confident and first growth like. Pure and clean and lean. Long. Sophisticated. Much my favourite of the Dagueneau wines. Clean and razor sharp and with so much fruit to compensate for the acidity and bone dryness. -Jancis Robinson
The Auchere family’s winemaking tradition has been passed from grandfather to father to son for generations. At the head of the family estate Jean-Jacques Auchere personally approves each wine to assure quality and consistency. Nose combines mostly fruity aromas of citrus and exotic fruits (grapefruit, lychee, white peach aromas). Clean and crisp on the palate, balanced with a good richness. Persistent, fine and elegant finish. A classic Sancerre!
Bright, lifted citrus aromatics of kaffir lime and grapefruit abound, supported by ripe nectarine-like stone fruit notes. An elegant, concentrated palate reveals ripe, juicy stone fruit and lemongrass, supported by a lovely minerality.
Bright acidity lends a crisp freshness to the flavors of peach, passionfruit, and lemongrass, artfully balanced by a touch of freshly squeezed grapefruit and lime. Juicy and refreshing, with aromas of jasmine, peach, and grapefruit rind. Medium-bodied, with a lingering finish.
"Grapefruit, lime and lemon zest flavors are crisp and elegant, with a pretty note of chamomile on the finish. Drink now."-Wine Spectator
This vibrant wine greets us with the delicate fragrance of jasmine, honeysuckle and cherry blossoms, along with blood orange and lime zest. Ripe white peach, nectarine, Pink Lady apple and Asian pear add intriguing dimensions. Toasted brioche, hazelnut and hibiscus tea further expand its elegant nature. The palate is a heightened reflection of aroma, bursting with more citrus and stone fruits and showing a bit of the wet-stone minerality that will develop with time. The long, layered finish follows through with just a hint of sweet pink grapefruit.
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Typical fruity and floral aromas. This wine also offers notes of goose berries passion fruit and white grapefruit on the nose, all wrapped in harmony with honey suckle, jasmine and fresh spicy aromas of boxwood, sage, anisette, sambuca. Complete and complex on the palate.
Try pairing with pasta with clams, salami, frico (fried Montasio cheese), grilled prawns.
This rare and enticing Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc was made using fruit from a storied single vineyard in Sonoma County’s Knights Valley. Left to patiently ripen for an extra month, these grapes produced a rich, concentrated wine with alluring tropical aromas, pure sweet peach flavors and balancing acidity. To add complexity, it was aged on the lees for ten months in new oak.
Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc, this dazzling late harvest wine begins with a beautiful nose of fragrant honeysuckle, jasmine, lemon blossom and caramel candy apple. On the palate, it is rich and silky, with notes of brown sugar and baking spices underscoring mouth-filling layers of lemon cream and citrus, all of which carry through to a lush and lingering finish.
With a classic blend of late harvest Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, Dolce is the only American winery dedicated to producing a single late harvest wine. Dolce has brought forth a wine in every vintage, yet in small, unpredictable quantities; witness to the incredible difficulties presented every year in the effort to make Dolce.
Dolce is an extraordinary wine bred from a combination of sunshine, soil, fog, expertise and dedication; a wondrous luxury, limited by nature to always being a gift of absurd rarity.
Brilliant, bright pink hue with salmon highlights, the wine has a powerful bouquet that combines red berry fragrances (strawberry, cherry, red currant) with spicy nuances. On the palate, the balance of freshness and smoothness is immediately appreciated and the wine shows a lovely full characterand long lasting aromas. The floral and fruity aromas nicely line the palate and the finish is light and long.
Turnbull Wine Cellars is a small, family-owned, multi-generation business with 145 acres of vineyards within the Oakville Viticultural Appellation. The grapes are first picked over three passes. Next, the whole cluster fruit is lightly pressed to preserve freshness and fruit aromatics. The resulting Sauvignon Blanc is then fermented first in terracotta amphora, and finally aged in seasoned French oak and acacia barrels, and a small stainless steel tank. The wine rests on the lees for four months, with weekly battonage and the final product sees delicate aromas of white stone fruit blossoms, lychee, and a hint of wet flint. It displays a soft entry, with crisp acidity and a thrilling structural core.
AL Sauvignon Blanc is the newest addition to Wrath. We've got nothing against corks or bottles but sometimes, a can just gets the job done. Whether hiking, boating, or by the pool... whenever cans of beer go into a cooler, a can of wine should be there too. Enjoying the convenience of canned wine shouldn't have to mean sacrificing quality. Grapes used for AL are sourced from our estate San Saba Vineyard and are treated with the same care and respect as our bottled wines. So go play, relax, enjoy and recycle!
Light pink with a salmon tint. The crisp and clean nose has carries minerals, orange zest, melon, spice and roses. It is light to medium bodied, is dry, and has a nice stiff acidity. On the palate cherries and stony mineralogy jumps out first with nice spice and organ zest kicking in on the back end. The wine fills out nicely on the finish, which has very good length.
Serve with salads, charcuterie, white meat, Asian and Italian Food
Just east of Sancerre is the village of Chavignol, home of Domaine Paul Thomas. It is a small estate on the slopes of the Les Mont Damnés, from which they produce beautiful wines from the deepest, purest outcropping of Kimmeridgean limestone in Chavignol. Domaine Paul Thomas is run by Raphael Thomas, son of Paul. Raphael originally intended to pursue a career in physics, but after his father tragically passed away at the end of the harvest in 2000, he made the decision to carry out his father’s legacy by returning to Chavignol and taking over management of the winery.
Light red fruit andminerality make for a refined, delicaterose. The wine is ideal as an aperitif or with seafood.