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"It is an absolutely delicious wine that showcases the best aspects of the varietal. It is intensely fragrant and fresh with lively tropical melon fruit combined with a sweet vanilla character and the barest hint of varietal grassiness. It has a smooth, supple texture and juicy flavors that are long and generous." -- California Wine Merchant                

 

"Exceptional. Dramatic lime, gooseberry and pear aromas; soft and full mouthfeel, with crisp-leaning finish. Quite rich flavors that should pair nicely with mild seafood dishes." -- Dan Berger                

 

86 "Somewhat viscous but with good acidity, this wine serves up peach, melon and citrus flavors in a refreshing package." -- Wine Spectator

 

1997 Sauvignon Blanc

Mendocino County

0.71 T.A., 3.30 pH

14.2% alcohol

Bottled April 14, 1998

Released May 15, 1998

1700 cases produced

$11.00

 

Awards

Double Gold, Mendocino County Fair

Gold, California State Fair

Silver, New World International Wine Competition