Defines a certain style of Sauvignon Blanc, namely the bone-dry, ultracrisp version whose firm structure frames a bright, zesty taste. The flavors are of lemons, limes, grapefruits, figs, white pepper and minerals, with a rich grassiness. This Loire-like wine is so versatile, you can have it with almost anything.
With a little Columbard, Viognier and Chardonnay, plus 2% other unnamed varieties, this sure is fruity. It’s a simple, charming glassful of apples, peaches, figs, melons and grapefruits; dry and well-acidified.
Scores high on the deliciousness factor. It’s just loaded with blackberry pudding, cassis, milk chocolate and licorice flavors, and it finishes soft and dry. Sure, it’s not a First Growth, but it offers real Cabernet pleasure at an everyday price.
This is a basic, everyday Sauvignon Blanc, affordably priced and juicy, with semi-sweet tropical fruit, fig, apple and spice flavors. Sourced from the Sacramento Delta and the Central Valley, it’s another Gallo brand that delivers value.