Rich and delicious, we review the Matanzas Creek Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc.
90% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Sauvignon Musque and 5% Semillon from the following spots in Sonoma County, California: 57% Knights Valley, 25% Alexander Valley, 9% North Coast, 8% Bennett Valley and 1% other. The wine was matured in French oak for 27 days and has just 1.5 g/L of residual sugar.
Sample submitted for review. The wine has an SRP of $25 but is available for as low as $15.
Our Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc is crafted to express the innate and vivid aromatics of the fruit. We farm each vineyard block individually and primarily ferment in stainless steel, unlocking delicate floral aromas and lively flavors of passion fruit, honeydew melon and grapefruit, culminating in a crisp, refreshing finish.
Vinted and Bottled by Matanzas Creek Winery
The 2021 Matanzas Creek Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc opens with an inviting aroma of melon, tropical fruit and a little bit of a herbal/grassy note.
Taking a sip reveals a rich, delicious and balanced wine with a smooth mouthfeel and good acidity. It features similar flavors to the nose with the tropical fruit dominating in the mouth.
It ends crisp, dry and very long on the lip-smacking finish. This is really good Sauvignon Blanc.
2021 Matanzas Creek Sonoma Sauvignon Blanc
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