Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc 2008
Wine Tasting Notes Intense varietal character with aromas of lemongrass, guava and boxwood. Fresh and crisp, with lively body and a lingering finish. Best served chilled, this Sauvignon Blanc makes an excellent aperitif and complements a number of dishes.Excellent with light-sauced poultry,shellfish and seafood dishes, as well as spicy Asian cuisine.
nice citrus flavor.
External Reviews for Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc
Bright character of grass and lemon-lime balances subtle tones of melon and peach in this clean and firm California white, with the flavors fading pleasantly on the moderate finish. Nice for the price. Drink now.
Does a brilliant job of stimulating the palate and preparing it for spicy fare. The flavors of this sleek, ultra-clean wine are citrus, melons, fresh herbs and spices.
Here's a tasty California white, starting off with hints of passion fruit and peach, then following through with pretty lemon-lime and herb flavors. It's fresh and light on the palate, with a long, flavorful finish. Good price and lots to go around. Drink now.
Quite tasty, with ripe, bright grapefruit, passion fruit, lemon and herb flavors. It's light and refreshing; long and clean on the finish. A terrific quaffer.
A crisply sweet medley of melon, sweet pea, grapefruit, fig and herb notes, all coming together harmoniously into an elegant, multi-tiered white wine that's drinkable now. The price is right.
Pale, but not lacking in aroma and flavor. Grapefruit and gooseberry on the nose and palate, but with soft manner. Not sharp in the mouth and finishes decently. A varietally correct crowd-pleaser.
This wine is dominated by crisp grapefruit tones with a touch of spice and grass; the finish is medium and fairly simple, but pleasing.