Gregory Dal Piaz

Location: New York, NY

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Sauvignon Blanc Tasted 6/2013

User Rank Wine Rating Price
1
15 Likes
Santa Barbara Winery Sauvignon Blanc Santa Ynez Valley (2011)
Previously available for $17.99
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2
10 Likes
Apex Cellars Sauvignon Blanc (2011)
Previously available for $16.37
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3
9 Likes
Peju Sauvignon Blanc (2012)
Average price: $16.95 from 1 store
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4
5 Likes
Tortoise Creek Wines Sauvignon Blanc Cuvee Jeanne Cotes de Gascogne (2011)
Average price: $8.99 from 1 store
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5
4 Likes
Viña Peñalolén Sauvignon Blanc Casablanca Valley (2012)
Previously available for $13.99
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6
4 Likes
Root 1 Sauvignon Blanc (2012)
Average price: $10.99 from 24 stores
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7
4 Likes
Paul Dolan Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc (2011)
Average price: $17.29 from 23 stores
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8
3 Likes
Glazebrook Sauvignon Blanc (2012)
Average price: $13.99 from 9 stores
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9
2 Likes
Tower 15 Sauvignon Blanc (2012)
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10
0 Likes
Vina Leyda Sauvignon Blanc Classic Reserve (2012)
Previously available for $14.99
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  • 451405annwrite I like Duckhorn, Mueller, Joel Gott, Cloudy Bay, but I want to try some of these on the list. Thanks!


  • 345791gentlemanjack45 Merry Edwards 2012 Sauvignon Blanc was amazing; floral, nice perfume, grapefruit, pear, fig, wonderful acidity, complex, good body. Bet you can't buy just one, this one you buy by the case!


  • 1143518Rob Stoddard Clos du Val offers a pleasant and reasonably priced Sauvignon Blanc -- more I think for American palates than for European or Aussie/New Zealand tastes. Even though they're known for their reds, this white is worth checking out. Thanks however for these great recommendations.


  • 1192955shark37 What about Marlborough?


  • 380030lcd123 Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc is always good. I am partial to New Zealand SB, but I'm open to trying some French versions.


  • 77774Lestat11331 Domaine du Rin du Bois from Loire Valley is a wonderful inexpensive Sauvignon Blanc for everyday drinking


  • 1298758macdermid2 Mohua is my favorite, but it's hard to find sometimes. Crisp, with lots of grapefruit, moderately priced. Have also enjoyed Frenzy which is reasonably priced.


  • 1300464Larry16 Fiddlehead Happy Canyon has been my favorite for years.


  • 491306YossiD My perspective is a bit different as I drink almost exclusively Israeli wines. I can recommend these: * Ella Valley SB 2012 - crisp, grassy, refreshing * Chillag SB 2012 (with 5% Viognier) - this one is atypical and very interesting * Barkan Reserve 2012 - typical refreshing SB at a bargain price * Henri Bourgeois Petit Bourgeois SB 2011 - obviously not Israeli but offered at a recent wine festival in Israel. Excellent almost fragile SB. If anyone's interested I've written about these in recent postings on my wine blog (yossiswinepage.wordpress.com). I hope it's ok to say that here - the blog is just for fun, nothing commercial.


  • 77774Lestat11331 For Israeli wines I do prefer the red. Yarden Cab or Galil Pinot Noir.


  • 417157vinomarta Te Kairanga New Zealand SB


  • 77774Lestat11331 Hi Yossi, I do drink Israeli whits, I only prefer the reds. Golan Heights Chardonnay and Moscato are found in my cellar and on my wine list. I also have Shvo Chenin Blanc, Pelter Unoaked Chardonnay, and Golan Moscato. Really good whites


  • 95889FineWineMike SB is my favorite white...favorites include Duckhorn, Groth, Frog's Leap, St. Supery, Rodney Strong Provenance and Ladera.


  • 1297388highnoon Veramonte 'La Gloria' 2011 from Chile @ around $10:00 has that fresh citrus appeal with sidebars of apricot that keeps us coming back again and again. .


  • 1301879MimiCama Love, love Oyster Bay Sav. Blanc


  • 1296095Lorrie503 I love Kim Crawford. Matua Valley is my everyday favorite.



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