Long Meadow Ranch Sauvignon Blanc 2010
“The late cool growing season contributed to create wines of extraordinary complexity and vibrancy. The nose exudes layers of fruit, floral aromas and a hint of verbena. Stone fruits, grapefruit and tropical notes enhance the often present green melon, cut grass and honeysuckle. The structure and softness on the palate promote the expansion and persistence of all these fresh flavors. This vintage finishes with mouthwatering crispness and pure fruit. As a result, it pairs beautifully with a wide range of vibrant dishes, but also offers balance and completeness when sipped on its own. Enjoy while young.”
Long Meadow Ranch wines are renowned for their elegance and balanced style. Sommeliers at the finest chef-led establishments feature our wines on award-winning lists. Our sustainably farmed vineyards allow us to bring extraordinary flavors and integrity to your table.
Citrusy and crisp. The aroma had me taken aback at first - it didn't smell like what I envision Sauvignon Blanc to be. Nice heat, very smooth, a great drink.
Lemony and grassy nose. Nice balance mineral and herbal notes on the palate.
On the nose, a lot of flowery aroma, very pleasant. The flowery notes continue onto the palate along with some very nice melon flavors. Nothing special on the finish. I enjoy this wine for sipping on its own and not trying to match it with food.
Light gold color, grassy, herbal nose nose, easy drinking with nice acidity.
I definitely agree with the first review the nose took me back a second especially for other sauvignon blancs I've been introducted too, lemony and herbal, perfect acidity, drinks well. I feel it could be paired with salad and light fish meal.
This is my favorite sauvignon Blanc. It reminds me of a sancerre. It's very easy to drink-even my "red win only" friends like this one
Food Pairings for Long Meadow Ranch Sauvignon Blanc
Dietary Information: Organic
4686 cases produced.
Notes: 100% Stainless Steel Cold Fermentation
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