Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc California 2010
Luscious, deep scents of lemon grass, grapefruit and passion fruit jump from the glass to proudly proclaim this wine's varietal. A generous, fruit-forward palate shows juicy citrus flavors of lime and tangerine, balanced by bright, crisp acidity. The pleasant finish persists on the palate with great length of flavor. - Geyser Peak Wines*Screw Cap*
Three and a half glasses
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Pungent grass, gooseberry, lime and guava notes are intense and bright, with a mouthwatering acidity and a long, lingering finish. Drink now.
This wine is so classic, so delicious and so refreshing, it almost doesn't need a review - after all, who doesn't already know and love the flagship Geyser Peak white? Instantly appealing to any Pinot drinker looking for an upgrade, or a New Zealand white drinker looking for something less jarring, any hostess looking for an all-around enjoyable party or dinner white. In other words, pretty much any white wine drinker would love the Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc! Medium-bodied, with great acidity and softer white peach and pear flavors rounding out the traditional grapefruit and dill.
Just like Old Faithful in Yosemite National Park, the 2005 Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc erupts with flavors of grapefruit and other fresh citrus fruits. This perfectly balanced wine would fair well on its own or with lighter dishes such as salads or seafood.
A good buy at this price for a dry, crisp wine of considerable charm. It's layered in Meyer lemon, lime, peach, green apple, honey and vanilla flavors, and finishes long and spicy.
Dry and crisp in acidity, this Sauvignon Blanc shows pineapple and lime flavors, with a strong hit of gooseberry. May be too green for some, but it gets those tastebuds whistling.
This California white is both flavorful and value-priced. Itrsquo;s tangy and refreshing, with passion fruit, grapefruit and lime flavors that wrap together in a crisp finish.
Racy and strong, and comes down firmly on the grass, hay and grapefruit side, brimming with bright, tart fruit. A touch of sugar puts it just this side of sweet, with an intriguing taste of white chocolate on the finish. Gets the nod because itrsquo;s so ultra-clean and zesty.
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