Frogs Leap Napa Sauvignon Blanc 2008
Wine Tasting Notes Our Sauvignon Blanc greets you with aromas of lemongrass, wet stone and delicate floral notes. This wine's deep connection to its Rutherford roots is revealed through the subtle flavors of minerality and slate that peer through the citrus and zest tones. Crisp and taut on the palate, this wine's bright acid makes it bracing and refreshing - a wine of engaging distinctiveness, much like the appellation from which it originates.
Vineyards farmed responsibly. Serious wine presented with a warm sense of humor. This is Frog`s Leap. Bring a bottle to your table. Stash a few in your Cellar. Lift a glass with friends. Drink it. We`ll make more.
External Reviews for Frogs Leap Napa Sauvignon Blanc
A tight, flinty, steely style, with firm citrus, fig, passion fruit and pear shadings that are sharply focused. Drink now through 2004.
Nicely focused, with a bright beam of lemon, grass, passion fruit and fig flavors that linger. Would show best with food. Drink now.
Light and zingy, dominated by grapefruit and lemon flavors. Bright and refreshing, with a hint of herb in the finish. Drink now.
Attractively earthy on the nose, fanning out to include fresh pea, fig, melon and grapefruit flavors on the palate. The blend in well integrated, though understated, coming up a little short on the finish. Drink now through 2001.
A banker of a wine, year-in and year-out, Frog's Leap Sauvignon shows true varietal character and crisp balance that surpass most others in the marketplace; great with linguini and clams.
Ripe, with very good depth and concentration to fig, melon, grass and green apple flavors framed by tangy citrus acidity. Drink now through 2006.
Grabs your interest for its intense varietal character and overall balance and harmony. Zesty lemondrop, gooseberry, fig and vanilla flavors dominate, leading to a dry finish that's rich in acids. Has the weight of a Chardonnay.
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