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Sauvignon Blanc - Top Wines Sauvignon Blanc has played second, and even third fiddle in the wine world for years. With the emergence of great Sauvignon Blanc from both the old and new world it's not surprising to see these wines beginning to grab the attention of wine lovers everywhere. The beauty of Sauvignon Blanc is that it can produce an impressive, unique expression virtually anywhere it's planted.

That variety of style and expression makes Sauvignon Blanc one of the food friendliest wines around. From lean, mineral and grassy to lush, round and tropically fruited, there is a Sauvignon Blanc for every occasion. These are a few of my favorites from a recent tasting. I love Sauvignon Blanc from almost every corner of the globe so reviews of wines from as far afield as New York and New Zealand are in the works, but this tasting focused on Californian versions.

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  • Snooth User: JonL
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    Didn't realize that Snooth was an such advocate for the California wine industry.
    While I do like California wines, there is a very nice New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc called Oyster Bay.
    It was rated within the last 2 years very highly by Wine Spectator.
    Everyone I have introduced it to concurs.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 11:45 AM


  • Here are the best Sauvignon Blancs as per the Concours Mondial du Sauvignon Blanc http://schiller-wine.blogspot.com/2...

    Oct 07, 2010 at 12:03 PM


  • Snooth User: missfitz
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    Dry Creek Vineyard has always had decent Sauvignon Blancs. I have also enjoyed their under-appreciated and very affordable dry chenin blanc.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 12:16 PM


  • Snooth User: larrylee13
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    Must also add; Why only California??

    Oct 07, 2010 at 12:26 PM


  • Snooth User: llokey16
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    While my wife and I are pretty much only red wine advocates, we've found a Sauvignon Blanc in the Central Coast of CA that we think ranks as some of the best we've had. That is, Happy Canyon from Fiddlehead wineries in Lompoc. Nice, dry white that pairs well with so many dishes. You want to give them a try.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 12:57 PM


  • Snooth User: moonjockey
    339877 49

    Can you say Kim Crawford

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:01 PM


  • What happened to the rest of the world SB? New Zealand, etc.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:26 PM


  • Snooth User: leif
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    I think Veramomonte from Chili makes an interesting Sauv Blanc

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:36 PM


  • Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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    The rest of the world is coming! Sorry if anyone feels slighted but this is just the way this worked out. I love Sauvignon Blanc from almost every corner of the globe so reviews of wines from as far afield as new York and New Zealand are in the works!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:38 PM


  • Snooth User: khd
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    Why does all the wines mentioned here have above 13% alc? I believe many SB's can be found in the more nicely placed 10-12% range (sorry cant give any examples at the moment).

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:51 PM


  • Snooth User: tonystro
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    I am baffled by your selection of California sauvignon blancs. I've had several that you've cited and regularly opt for wines from New Zealand which are frequently superior wines as well as better values.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:53 PM


  • Where's the classics??? Groth, Cakebread, Provenance ???

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:56 PM


  • Snooth User: tonystro
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    I'm baffled by your selection of California sauvignon blancs. I've had several of these wines but frequently opt for selections from New Zealand which are often superior wines and better values.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 1:56 PM


  • I have grown tired of NZ with their overwhelming gooseberry, grapefruit, leeche and lime characteristics. No question NZ is extremely popular and good values, I just don't like their flavor profiles compared to California.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 2:16 PM


  • Snooth User: Johner
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    I find Sauvignon Blanc so extremely versatile. And what makes it even more interesting are the styles you can achieve from the same vineyard / vintage just by choosing the desired picking date or doing a totally different style of vinification. So if you don't like the too intense gooseberry, grapefruit flavours...
    Well selling our NZ Sauvignon Blancs to our German market makes us think about it all... so we changed to a totally different style... and also ended at over 14% vol...
    I actually don't find the alc. levels of tasted wines here too high... It's all about balance and structure... and if you've got a really good one... enormous shelf life :-)

    Oct 07, 2010 at 2:33 PM


  • I'll take a SB over a CH any time !!!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 2:41 PM


  • Snooth User: lpschock
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    It's the Loire Valley or bust for me...the true benchmark for all SB's!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:24 PM


  • Snooth User: Arnoldus
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    Suggest u taste Diemersdal SB , South Africa...........................

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:27 PM


  • Snooth User: lpschock
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    Let's please not forget the exceptional Sauvignon Blancs from Friuli...world class!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:31 PM


  • Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:35 PM


  • Snooth User: big kid
    241195 2

    I've had several SB's from the list and agree , they are great. I also question the geography. Washington state has some great SB's. Kestrel is one source that has a super SB.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:44 PM


  • Snooth User: pg1
    603883 1

    Try the 2009 Raymond Reserve Sauvignon Blanc. It's been my summertime favorite this year, and a great value at $15 per bottle.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:49 PM


  • I enjoy SB from everywhere. It is consistently good, interesting, pairs well with food or by itself, and is a good value.

    I agree that Calfornia SB tends to be a little more restrained than its NZ counterparts, which I like most -- but not all -- of the time.

    But I too prefer red wines, with SB being my go to white wine. Isn't it odd that many red wine afficiandos tend to like SB if they are choosing a white wine. At least I find that to be true. I wonder why that is?

    Oct 07, 2010 at 3:55 PM


  • I also did not know that Snooth advocates California..............South African makes incredible Sauvignon Blanc at great prices and of course New Zealand...............no wood - there is nothing to hide, just pure Sauvignon Blanc, crisp and fresh - out of stainless steel!
    Neil, Wine Guru Selections, Canada

    Oct 07, 2010 at 4:06 PM


  • Snooth User: big kid
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    Good observation from PRElliotti. Had not thought about it but is certainly true for me; when I drink white wines, SB is my first choice.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 4:08 PM


  • Snooth User: akhyatt
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    New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, great wine, about $15.
    California Sauvignon Blanc, average wine, about $25.
    You choose!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 4:17 PM


  • Snooth User: tmw912
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    Agree with the other on wondering why only california.
    There is a fantastic Sauvignon Blanc from NZ called Nobilo.
    Really fruit forward and crisp. delicious.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 4:42 PM


  • I live and work in the vineyards in Marlborough, NZ but I am from Charlotte, NC. I have tried many sav's from everywhere and while the sav from cali is drinkable it will never compare to a french or NZ sav.

    Oyster Bay is one square kilometre under roof and has 21 million litres in tank that they only use 5 labels for. Their marketing is amazing. Kim Crawford is another big one seen in the states which is better than OB if you can find.

    The best most available sav in the US though, in my opinion, is Saint Clair. They have a varied range of sav's because of their production. They ferment every 'parcel' (137) of sav separately and then blend or bottle their 'Pioneer Blocks'. The reserves and Pioneer Blocks are worth the extra couple dollars but you will not be disappointed with all of their labels.

    Keep buying NZ wine!!!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:16 PM


  • Snooth User: CJNJ
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    Obviously few hit the read the article link and actually read the full text of the article where you clearly stated that "...THIS tasting focused on California versions".... Anyway, I agree with FineWineMike on Provenance and Cakebread - both great. NZ's are wonderful - Lawson's Dry Hills, Huia and Spy Valley my personal favorites. Matua's Paretai is great.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:18 PM


  • Snooth User: notekie
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    Ti Point at $7.99 from COSTCO is excellent and one of the best bangs for the buck around. The bad part is that it sells out too fast.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:22 PM


  • Snooth User: rkolsen
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    I understand that France, South Africa, Chile & even New Zealand make some pretty good Sauv Blanc .... cheers

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:28 PM


  • Snooth User: Fred Martin
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    Even if it's now planted in many of the world's wine regions, Sauvignon Blanc originates from the Bordeaux and Loire regions in France.
    In Bordeaux, Sauvignon Blanc is especially grown in the maritime climate of Entre-Deux-Mers, Graves and Pessac-Leognan as a dry wine.
    Along with Sémillon, Muscadelle, Sauvignon Blanc is one of only white grapes allowed in the production of white Bordeaux AOC.
    Have a look at at one of the Concours Mondial du Sauvignon Gold Medal:
    Château Les Vergnes blanc sec 2009, A.O.C. Bordeaux
    http://www.snooth.com/wine/chateau-...
    Cheers!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:32 PM


  • It's almost impossible to find a bad Marlborough, NZ SB. Here in Holland we pay something like US$8 per bottle - particular good ones are:
    - Montana
    - Yealand
    - Flaxbourne

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:44 PM


  • Snooth User: Bennybear
    465276 33

    They must not have tried the Cade Sauvignon Blanc. It's a little pricey $25 but the finest things in life are like that..:)

    Oct 07, 2010 at 5:51 PM


  • Snooth User: kentrosi
    511324 22

    I love Groth and Peju!!

    Oct 07, 2010 at 6:00 PM


  • Snooth User: VaderSS
    587245 16

    So far, I've only found one white I really like, Winterhawk White, which is a "Heinz 57" of a blend. Sadly, they only made 70 cases and it is gone now. I only have a case to last me until next year.

    The quest continues...

    Oct 07, 2010 at 7:07 PM


  • Snooth User: kat329
    602660 5

    IMO Loire Valley is by far the best. Where are the French wines on this list?

    Oct 07, 2010 at 7:16 PM


  • LOVE OYSTER BAY BUT WHITE HAVEN IS STILL MY FAVORITE IF YOU CAN FIND IT ENJOY

    Oct 07, 2010 at 9:09 PM


  • Snooth User: phoenix32
    551054 8

    The late great William F. Buckley said it best, "California white wines are either prohibitively expensive or prohibitively awful. There is nothing worse than attending a party and asking for nice white wine and seeing that giant jug pulled out and held over a defenseless glass." New Zealand and the Casablanca Valley in Chile make some incredible Sav Blancs and they are basically free. South Africa makes nice stuff too with a green pepper overtone.

    On NZ - I'm seeing several offer up Oyster Bay and White Haven - both are fine. I really like The Rock, Spy Valley, Starbourough, and Matua. All have a great exotic fruit aroma that goes much deeper than the grapefruit of White Haven. The taste continues the refreshing grassy, minerally base with pineapple/passionfruit/lime overtones. All are $12-$20

    Chile - Veramonte can be found anywhere for $10 and is tasty. The owner there also has Quintessa in the US. If you find wine from a winery called Emiliana down there it is great. They make a few different levels but I found all to offer great flavor, aroma, and low price.

    Oct 07, 2010 at 9:49 PM


  • Snooth User: BVWineS
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    I really like Auxerrois from Northern Michigan. To me it's like "Old World" Sav. Blanc, but it is local. Favorite - by Bel Lago. This wine just FANTASTIC!

    Oct 08, 2010 at 12:52 AM


  • Snooth User: Daphne1
    349590 1

    Hi,
    There is an even better New Zealand wine than Osyter Bay, It is Blind River and a beautiful wine, they also produce a marvellous Pinot Noir. Truly great wines both of them.

    Oct 08, 2010 at 1:44 AM


  • Snooth User: Johner
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    91816 22

    I guess all this discussion would have been easier if the title would have been.
    "Californian Sauvignon Blanc - Top Wines"

    Now as there are so many comments promoting mass-production low price Sauvignon Blanc....

    Is there anybody who can recommend one with aging potential? 10years+

    Has anybody got experience with such old Sauvignon Blancs?

    Oct 08, 2010 at 6:06 AM


  • Dear Johner: I would not try aged sauvignon blanc unless it was mixed up with Semillon, as in expensive white bordeaux such as Graves and Pessac Leognan. This combination can be very exciting, but I would be leery of bottles under $20, and want a vintage now of 2007 or earlier, as it will be developing the full gamut of flavours, slightly rich like cheese but spicy and long as it goes down the thoroat
    On pure sauv blancs, those from Fruili and N Italy will possibly last a third year as they have a bit of extra complexity. Also some from Languedoc (or 'Oc) in southern France will make it that far.

    But hey, all this California wine is not as available in the rest of the World as it is in USA - so it is nice to see internationalist americans recommending the competition

    Oct 08, 2010 at 8:54 AM


  • Snooth User: Johner
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    Hi William,
    thanks for your reply! But it implicates that there seems to absolutely no winery in the world that can produce such a thing??? This summer i had to send some of our old SauvBlancs to a group of Sommeliers in Munich... They just loved them... :-)
    Cheers
    Patrick
    PS... Germany also has some unknow jewels...
    http://www.best-of-wine.com/grand-p...

    Oct 08, 2010 at 10:35 AM


  • I find part of the appeal of SB is the great range it shows depending on the region; how many varietals range from lush and tropical (Napa) to withering tartness (NZ)? However, if there is a better expression of it than in Sancerre, I have yet to discover it.

    Oct 08, 2010 at 1:02 PM


  • Agree with aylwin-forbes that Sancerre embodies the best balance of all the styles of SB. Unfortunately, can't find it for less than $20-25. NZ definitely offers the best value in my book. Just got back from a vacation in South Africa, and had some pretty good SB there, including a suprisingly good one on the plane (SA Airlines) in economy! Wish I could remember the name. One revelation from this trip was how reasonably-priced the wines are in the restaurants there -- typical markup over retail was about 50%, compared to the ridiculous 200% or more you see in this country (US).

    Oct 09, 2010 at 3:22 PM


  • Snooth User: BG422
    343567 19

    If you can find it, Grey Stack Bennett Vally SB -- wonderful stuff!

    Oct 10, 2010 at 1:12 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    ....hy Greg did you find anything intresting in Italy for wath concern Sauvignon?..

    Oct 11, 2010 at 1:58 PM


  • Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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    Haven't had too many Italian Sauvignon Blanc. Depoli's Voglar is one of my favorites though and I always have liked Livio Felluga's version.

    What can you suggest?

    Oct 11, 2010 at 2:33 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    Castello di spessa
    Villa russiz
    San michele appiano
    Venica e venica
    Vie di romans
    Valle
    Le Vigne di Zamò
    Cantina Terlano

    These are the names of the producers, many of them make 2 Sauvignon, 1 is the top quality....guess wich one?!?!?!...the most uneconomical....

    Oct 11, 2010 at 3:52 PM


  • How about the moderately priced, Nobilo, Icon Series, SB's? ...or even Whitehaven for that matter!

    Oct 12, 2010 at 2:29 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    ....sorry from this side of the ocean we don't know so much about wines coming from outside europe....it's rare to find american or new zealand or other wines, in shops and also there are few tasting.....thats wy i'm trying to learn something reading this kind of articles...

    Oct 12, 2010 at 4:04 PM


  • Snooth User: kose
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    ....JACKSON ESTATE - New Zealand for me ... one of the best ! ;)

    Oct 13, 2010 at 3:29 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    thanks next job is find it...

    Oct 13, 2010 at 4:51 PM


  • Sorry, english isn't my mother tongue.
    I think cat's pee is a mistake, I agree a little flavour of tomato leaf only a bit, but I cannot drink cat's pee. I love Siormeni, Sauvignon doc friuli by Gigi Valle.

    Oct 13, 2010 at 4:57 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    eheh somebody discovered that Friuli sauvignon aren't so bad...
    Cat's pee dipend on how mature it's the grape. now to keep some flavoures you have to get the grapes early, but you also get "that taste", so you go for a complete maturation...and you loose some flavoures...solution is half earvest early and Half at complete maturation...
    anyway it's not so simple as you can understand....



    ..as you can see ...
    english isn't (also)my mother tongue.

    Oct 13, 2010 at 5:13 PM


  • Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
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    Ciao Guiseppe.

    Ho piaciuto il vostro sito internet! Sei a Padova? Arrivero in Italia fra un mese. Devo andare primo nel Puglia, e poi c'e due giorni in tranasito da Bari a Trentino, dove ho parenti.

    I think one of the biggest factors is also leaf cover. More leaf pulling allowing more light to shine on the grapes reduces the level of pat's pee.

    Oct 13, 2010 at 5:41 PM


  • Snooth User: luca chevalier
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    Saluto anche io il Sig. Giuseppe sperando di incontrarlo prima o poi ..nn su internet ma magari qui a milano in qualche degustazione.
    Buona Notte...
    PS Greg , it' s a long trip from bari to trentino, take it easy, meanwhile you're there, try Feudi San Marzano Primitivo Sessantanni...

    Oct 13, 2010 at 6:15 PM


  • I agree with several other postings that to have an article headed 12 top SBs without mentioning New Zealand's best is Hamlet without the prince(s). Here in London many wine writers agree that NZ produces the best in the world, overall. These include Villa Maria (especially single vineyards) Isabel Estate, Jackson Estate, Astrolabe, Lawsons Dry Hills, Nautilus, St Clair, Seresin, Spy Valley, Vavasour and of course, the most iconic SB in the world, Cloudy Bay. Incidentally, as a wine writer I interviewed Kevin Judd the chief winemaker there until recently, and he told me that he had decided to stop adding semillon in the early days as he felt it was better without it, and that, if he had to choose, he'd prefer the CB chardonnay to the SB! Wayne de Nicolo

    Oct 14, 2010 at 2:50 PM


  • Excellent choices of SB guys, but Mondavi is laughing all the way to the bank after changing their labels . ... from Sauvignon Blanc to Fume Blanc
    Wines not bad either!!
    Belize-Merv.

    Oct 15, 2010 at 5:59 PM


  • Snooth User: JFioreIII
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    and believe it or not Joseph Phelps!

    Oct 20, 2010 at 1:11 PM


  • Snooth User: weinspitz
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    I'm missing the wonderful Sauvignons from Styria/Austria, you should try some, like Sattlerhof, Hannes Sabathi, Polz, Tement, Jaunegg, Riegelnegg etc.

    Greets
    Helmut O. Knall
    wine-times.com

    Oct 21, 2010 at 1:51 PM


  • Snooth User: cschneider76
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    How can a discussion about Sauvignon (Blanc, Gris) not include Merry Edwards? She genetically developed her own Sauvignon clone! What about Honig? Peter Franus? Cliff Lede? And, more of a newcomer, Star Lane? And, don't even get me started on Joullian from Carmel Valley.
    From Italy, the Venica and Venica is fantastic. Movia's Sauvignon presents a flavor profile I have never experienced in wine.

    Oct 23, 2010 at 4:33 AM


  • FROM SMILING DOG

    Snooth really jeopardizes its reputation and looks like a California shill by publishing such a trash article. Listen to the other more experienced bloggers who took you to task. The California SB's I've tasted would rate a score of 83 of compared with most NZ SB's

    Oct 24, 2010 at 9:54 PM


  • Snooth User: listening
    623001 2

    Fortress Sauv. Blanc is amazing....I can't believe such a small production outfit found it's way into your line-up, with such industry giants. They also have a lovely late harvest Semillion.

    Oct 27, 2010 at 7:28 PM


  • Snooth User: Richard Foxall
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    I have to apologize if I didn't wade through all the comments, but it's pretty clear this article was only about a tasting of Cali SBs--so everyone calm down, all right?

    People are accusing Greg of being a shill for California, and yet I sat right across from GdP at dinner last night while he grilled a Cali winemaker about some very fundamental aspects of grape growing that he and I perceive as being ignored in California--if Greg weren't so charming, it could have been viewed as pretty hostile. Hardly uncritical. I'm not sure why all of this vitriol and slander.

    Unless people are really passionate about their SB, which I think people are, beyond reason in this case. Now, I grew up drinking California SB (or "Fume Blanc") and still prefer it to almost any Chardonnay, and esp Cal Chardonnay. (Okay, Chardonnay lovers, turn your attention to me like a rodeo clown--I think any Chard made outside Chablis or Mersault, more or less, is not worth my time.) That said, I hardly drink any Cali SB anymore. Why? My tastes changed. Doesn't mean that, for its style, it isn't good, it's just not my style anymore. Is it crap compared to NZ SB? Well, NZ SB has a particular style (more of its wines fall in a narrow range than Cali's, IMO) and, if you like that style, it's the greatest thing in the world. Some people, including people who really know their stuff, don't like that style. Doesn't mean that people who like those wines are "shills" for NZ or anything of the sort. (BTW, folks, California is too big for anyone to shill for the whole state, except our Senators and our Governor. Next time I see Jerry, I'll ask him if he identifies as a shill for the state--he'll either look at me like I'm nuts or make a joke. I'll report back.)

    Me, I don't like NZ SB particularly well. I guess if I was really thirsty I would drink it, or I would do so to be polite, and maybe some winemaker can change my mind, just as a winemaker changed my mind about Port-styled wines. But I don't think denigrating people who do like it is reasonable. What is this, Congress?

    And since when did a shill give a top score of 92 points? I would bet that GdP has rated SBs higher, but it's not even worth my time to look. Remember, these were his TOP CALI SBs. Everything else in this state, which still makes lots of insanely great wine--sorry, but every blind taste test I have done shows that--would rank lower, according to him.

    Of course, GdP is a complete idiot ;-) for leaving out Mauritson's Dry Creek SB, the white that everyone in the biz in DCV/RRV drinks, and Joel Gott's ridiculously tasty and reasonable "California" bottling, a brilliant blend from three outstanding SB vineyards in different appellations. Oh, and that special bottling of SB that Stolpman did that was all stainless-steel, no oak at all and was only a point less good than one of the best Sancerres I have ever had--too bad none of you proles will ever get to taste it, because it was really limited edition stuff and they are never doing it again. No matter that Greg ran the wine program at one of the biggest and most impressive retailers in New York and has loads of experience--more experienced bloggers? Please!-- because Greg does not include my favorite wines, he should be flamed.

    I hate to see this place get personal--especially by anyone adopting the name of my favorite domestic animal. It's just wine and Snooth's reputation isn't in any danger because GdP wrote an article about Cali SB that you happen to disagree with.

    Instead of "How can you," how about, "if you haven't tried... you might enjoy?" Really, not that hard to change the tone.

    Mar 06, 2013 at 4:36 PM


  • Snooth User: redwine89
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    I am still a big believer that New Zealand and Australia are the only ones that can truly make a awesome Sauvignon Blanc's

    Mar 06, 2013 at 7:56 PM


  • Snooth User: redwine89
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    Whitehaven, Kim Crawford and DryLands (very affordable) just to name a few

    Mar 06, 2013 at 7:59 PM


  • I did weigh through all the comments. The to-ing and fro-ing from the various forces of opinion are all there. The thread is lacking the general damning indictment s of the mob that you fear. Life's rich pageant always shows up when emotions are involved. Relax, Foxall.
    I have a wine business in China (shanghai.) I sell more Chilean SB than anything else (of that grape), with NZ in second place. In fact a Chilean SB overtook an Aussie Chardonnay last year as my top selling white: it's all about price here, as there are pretty mammoth-sized importation taxes to deal with. A free trade agreement makes all the difference. NB. China has them with both NZ and Chile.
    SB is still on a plateau following an impressive ascendancy here, but I expect oversupply (some of dubious provenance) to impact that supremacy. I offer, but sell no US SB. There is simply no market for it, despite the healthy numbers of US expats here.

    Mar 13, 2013 at 11:52 PM


  • Though I might add, Foxall, it is very nice to see you standing up for Greg, who does appear to be lambasted rather more than he ought, by a few with nothing better to do. Such impatience sometimes....dear me...why not write your own blog, if Greg isn't covering all the ground quickly enough for you. Seems a simple remedy.

    Mar 14, 2013 at 2:36 AM


  • Snooth User: CarBuyWhiz
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    nice one

    Aug 17, 2013 at 2:25 AM


  • awesome

    Sep 06, 2013 at 1:04 PM


  • nice one

    Sep 11, 2013 at 2:01 AM


  • Snooth User: winkscete
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    awesome

    Sep 24, 2013 at 1:24 AM


  • Thats excellent...

    Oct 09, 2013 at 5:23 AM


  • Snooth User: baldytrip
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    Thats excellent...

    Oct 21, 2013 at 11:08 PM


  • awesome

    Dec 13, 2013 at 4:06 AM


  • thanks next job is find it...

    Jan 15, 2014 at 11:41 PM


  • Snooth User: gamysplash
    1487309 35

    Very good

    Apr 04, 2014 at 4:55 AM


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