The Sauvignon Blanc grape seems almost preternaturally suited for the Leyda Valley—here this spicy, fresh grape reaches levels of flavor that will make you forget all about fashionable New Zealand whites and book a ticket immediately for a different southern hemisphere destination. Notes of grapefruit and lime rind explode on the expressive nose; the mouth is pure and refreshing, with touches of wet stones (a nod to the granite soils), fennel and more sweeping grapefruit flavors. Very complex and lively.
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“The 2008 Sauvignon Blanc has an attractive nose of grapefruit and
passion fruit leading to a ripe, balanced wine with excellent
concentration and length.” — The Wine Advocate