2020 Sauvignon Blanc

$21.00

Can a Sauvignon Blanc taste like a Sauvignon Blanc because this wine is loaded with traditional and typical aromas and flavors. It screams SB from the aromatics to lingering tart finish. Lemon, star fruit, a light hay or fresh cut grass note. The flavors are warm and inviting. Slightly sweet notes start and cover your mouth before the acidity kicks in. Peach and pear flavors linger. Well balanced and easy drinking

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Tasting Notes

Can a Sauvignon Blanc taste like a Sauvignon Blanc because this wine is loaded with traditional and typical aromas and flavors. It screams SB from the aromatics to lingering tart finish. Lemon, star fruit, a light hay or fresh cut grass note. The flavors are warm and inviting. Slightly sweet notes start and cover your mouth before the acidity kicks in. Peach and pear flavors linger. Well balanced and easy drinking.

Vineyard Designation

Coyote Canyon Vineyard – Horse Heaven Hills

Vineyard Review

The start of 2020 was wet for Eastern Washington standards, some snow accumulated, and a few showers meant there was plenty of snowpack in the mountains and plenty of moisture in the soils to ensure vines got off to a good start. The spring continued the trend and vines started to push a little earlier than average. This early season growth seemed to set us on a path to early harvest, but the summer was consistent and did not make harvest start to early. Overall, the heat units were up but limited days in the triple digits had vines ripening at a steady pace. It was another season that saw smoke impact some areas, we seemed to miss the worst of it at our vineyard. The white wines were picked in early September and harvest went all the way to the end of October. The quality is amazing, and we can’t wait to share the wines with you.

Winemaker Notes

The start of 2020 was wet for Eastern Washington standards. There were a few inches of snow that accumulated during winter. The spring saw a few showers down at lower elevations while the mountains continued to get snow, this meant there was plenty of snowpack in the mountains and plenty of moisture in the soils to ensure vines got off to a good start. The spring continued the trend and vines started to push a little earlier than average. This early season growth seemed to set us on a path to early harvest, but the summer was consistent and did not make harvest start early. Overall, the heat units were up but limited days in the triple digits had vines ripening at a steady pace. It was another season that saw smoke impact some areas, we seemed to miss the worst of it at our vineyard. The white wines were picked in early September and harvest went all the way to the end of October. The quality is amazing, and we cannot wait to share the wines with you.

Awards

Silver 2020 Savor Northwest Wine Awards

Vintage 2020
Wine Style White Wine
Varietal Sauvignon Blanc
Varietal Composition 100% 
Appellation Horse Heaven Hills
Pick Date August 23rd, 2019
Cases Produced 112
Residual Sugar 6g/l
Alcohol % 13.2%
Size 750 ml

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Weight 0.0 g

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