100% Sauvignon Blanc from Lodi, California. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and has a residual sugar of just .4g/L.
This review is brought to you by The White Knight Wines.
The White Knight Sauvignon Blanc has an SRP of $12 and is available at that price. Sample submitted for review.
From the bottle:
Saving The World From The Tyranny of Chardonnay.
Swooping in to rescue your palate from the ordinary, this fresh, bright Sauvignon Blanc will excite the senses and tickle your fancy. Playful grapefruit and fresh grass tones lead to just a hint of perky lime on the finish. Vibrant. Passionate. Intriguing.
Here at Reverse Wine Snob, we love the Lodi region. And why wouldn’t we, with a wide range of wines that over-deliver for the price? Today we’ve got another to add to that list.
The White Knight Sauvignon Blanc begins with a very pleasant aroma of lime, lemongrass, melon, a little straw and touch of grapefruit. Tasting reveals a smooth, classic Sauvignon Blanc that goes down quite easy. Full of rich fruit and with a lively texture, the quaffability factor is very high in this summertime refresher. The wine ends with a long, pleasing finish of sweet lime and grapefruit notes that goes on and on. Summer calls for Sauvignon Blanc and this one from Lodi definitely delivers!