External Reviews for Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc California
This tastes bone dry, and it offers acidity that’s so clean and racy, it makes your mouth feel like it’s shining. The flavors of limes, lemons, hay, white pepper and vanilla are delightful.
An everyday favorite year after year, the Geyser Peak has softer tropical fruits mixed in with the classic lemon and grapefruit. The herbal notes are not overpowering but well-integrated, and add a layer of depth to an otherwise crisp and easy-drinking white.
Geyser Peak winery has a long history and their winemaking philosophy is the same today as it was more than a century ago. They create top quality wines combining traditional Old World practices with modern techniques and offer value. This Sauvignon Blanc is a blend of grapes from Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino and Solano Counties, and even far-off Clarksburg. Blending from these diverse appellations ensures the multi-layered flavor profile that is a signature of Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc. A perpetual award winner, Wine Enthusiast Magazine named it #15 on their Top 100 Best Buys of 2013. With a score of 90 points they said "This tastes bone dry, and it offers acidity that’s so clean and racy, it makes your mouth feel like it’s shining. The flavors of limes, lemons, hay, white pepper and vanilla are delightful."
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