Sauvignon Blanc

Central Coast, California (AVA)


Sauvignon Blanc


Central Coast AVA – 70% Monterey, 30% Paso Robles


Sauvingon Blanc is a grape variety that demands optimum growing conditions.  Seventy percent is grown from vineyards in the Monterey region that benefits from direct sunshine and shelter from the Pacific winds by the Santa Lucia Mountains.  This is where the low temperatures during the nights and the warm days are just perfect for Sauvignon Blanc.  The other thirty percent is sourced from Paso Robles, this inland AVA sits along the golden slopes of the Pacific hillsides and enjoys beautiful sunlight conditions with a hot growing period and enough seaside fog to become one of the world’s most dynamic winegrowing regions.


The Sauvignon Blanc is fermented in stainless steel tanks at cold temperatures to retain the grape’s natural tropical flavors.  This style of winemaking keeps the fresh, fruit forward flavors of the grape intact during the winemaking process by keeping the juice away of oxygen exposure.  100% non-malolactic fermentation maintains the wine’s delicate varietal flavors and crisp acidity. Alcohol: 13.7%

Tasting Notes & Food Paring

Our Sauvignon Blanc is crisp and dry with notes of white peach and tropical fruits. This is a perfect match for classic Sauvignon Blanc pairings, including fresh sushi, oysters, seared scallops, roasted lime chicken and lemon sole fillet.


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UPC: 0 89832 41200 7