Feline, anyone? From the pungent first whiff through the dry, acidic, citrusy finish, this is that kind of Sauvignon Blanc. You either like it or you hate it. It wouldn’t be my first choice.
Rather dark and full-bodied for a blush wine, with candied raspberry and cherry flavors and a spicy, vanilla-sweet finish. I like the flavors, but the heaviness and sweetness are awkward.
Nice flavors, with cherry-pie filling, raspberry, root beer, gingerbread, smoke and vanilla spice flavors. But it’s made in an exaggerrated modern style, so soft and apparently sweet that it really fails to find balance.
Despite the single-vineyard designation and relatively high price, this is a simple Sauvignon Blanc, with direct flavors of pineapple jam, fig and smoky vanilla. The main problem is excessive sweetness.