White Wine by Pezzi King from Sonoma County, California. The hot days and cool nights of the Dry Creek Valley bring out the bright tropical notes. Nectarine, guava and apricot entice the nose while fresh pineapple and honeydew melon prevail on the palate. The crisp acidity and long finish leaves lemon zest and herbs lingering and your mouth begging for another refreshing sip. Pair this Sauvignon Blanc with fresh fruit and soft cheese or baked white fish with a light lemon cream sauce.
White Wine by Delaney Blue from Napa Valley, California. Delaney Blue is a vibrant and complex wine crafted from Napa Valley Grapes. This Sauvignon Blanc has an alluring aroma of Meyer lemon zest and tropical fruits with a refreshing palate of grapefruit, nectarine and lemongrass. Bright with a long, clean finish. This crisp, non-oaky Sauvignon Blanc is a versatile food partner as well as the perfect aperitif. It's one of the few wines that pair with green vegetables such as asparagus or artichokes. Seafood? That's a natural. Try with shrimp kabobs, grilled sea bass and oysters.
White Wine by Sivas-Sonoma from Sonoma County, California. The 2013 Sivas-Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc exudes a juicy, green apple and appealing herbaceous aroma complemented by bright citrus and melon flavors, a hint of minerality and refreshing acidity. Additional subtle flavors of Meyer lemon, guava and grapefruit meld seamlessly on the palate and contribute to a multilayered mouthfeel that is, at once rich and creamy, yet crisp and bright. The long, refreshing and crisp finish lingers on the palate. The versatility of this Sauvignon Blanc allows for pairing with a wide variety of dishes. Enjoy this elegant wine with fresh sole in a lemon caper sauce or grilled shrimp and avocado salad. For more substantial fare, pair with rosemary roasted chicken and potatoes.
White Wine by Schug from Sonoma County, California. This well-balanced Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from cooler vineyards in the southern end of the Sonoma Coast AVA. The Hi-Vista vineyard in western Carneros and the Grossi vineyard north of Petaluma contribute spice and brighttangy acidity. The Leveroni vineyard south of Sonoma contributes the unique floral character of the Sauvignonmusque clone. The resulting blend has a bouquet of nectarine and grapefruit zest, leading to lush fruit flavors ofkiwi, lime and grapefruit. It finishes with a refreshing minerality and zesty acidity that makes it an idealaccompaniment to a wide range of soups, salads and shellfish dishes.