Mission Hill Sauvignon Blanc 2008
Situated north of the 49th parallel, British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is one of the world’s ideal locations for Sauvignon Blanc grape cultivation. The long, warm summer days allow for bright fruit notes to ripen perfectly. The cool early season temperatures help to impart that wonderful crispness and refreshing balance that Sauvignon Blanc fans love.
Mission Hill Family Estate, a modern take on old-world architecture, is one of the most impressive wineries anywhere.
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Lively and fresh, this citrus infused Sauvignon Blanc is grassy and zesty. Pink grapefruit, lime and green apple notes combine with a hint of mandarin accentuating the dry clean finish.
<p> <p>In the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, north of the 49th Parallel, is where you will find this Sauvignon Blanc. The long, hot summer days are perfect for allowing bright fruit notes to ripen perfectly, which combined with a cool early season helps to impart a wonderful crispness and refreshing balance that makes this well balanced Sauvignon Blanc. </p> </p>
Aged in Steel.
|Total Acidity: 5.9 grams per liter|
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