Focused in the mouth with just a touch of creaminess, the Logan offers pear and nutmeg flavors, and a hint of green apple on the finish. It’s not a mouthfilling, overly flashy wine, but this could be a good thing if you’re pouring it with dinner. Try it with your first-course seafood dish.
Shows promise in its lightly toasty and citrusy aromas and lemon and green-apple flavors, but tails off rapidly on the finish. It’s lean and racy, obviously from a relatively cool-climate region, and should be served as you would basic Chablis, with oysters and the like.
Has a dryish, spritzy mouthfeel and flavors of unripe melon and stone fruits that vanish more quickly than we’d like. The nose has both light, feminine notes (apricot, honey) and more masculine scents of beef and musk. This Sauvignon was reviewed by two editors, with consistent notes.
The bouquet is sort of thin and odd, with herbal notes as well as molasses. Chocolate-covered strawberries is the flavor memory triggered by the oaky palate, and the finish veers toward bitter. With only modest acidity, this one comes off heavy and flat.