Whole clusters went to press, and the juice was settled overnight, racked off lees to stainless steel tanks, fermented to 4˚ brix, and was allowed to complete fermentation in neutral French oak barrels. The stainless steel fermentation allowed us to preserve varietal expression. The wine was aged in barrel for seven months to gain complexity, richness, and texture.
Food Pairing Notes
The crisp taste of our Sauvignon Blanc goes exceptionally well with white meats such as grilled fish or chicken. The wine also brings out the best in Asian cuisine and salads. If you’re looking for a special pre-dinner treat, try pairing our Sauvignon Blanc with fresh goat cheese for a delicious appetizer.