Manifesto Sauvignon Blanc Suisun Valley 2007
Notes on the Manifesto Sauvignon Blanc Suisun Valley 2007 : NVWE NOTES: This is a bright and perky Sauvignon Blanc and a very fine value, with focused aromas of key lime, citron, gooseberry and honeydew melon. As expected, it is zesty and forthcoming on the palate, with lots of soft-edged melon, gooseberry and kiwi. The finish is dry, sleek in texture, refreshing and balanced. A classic picnic wine, it will be great with grilled foods, especially seafood. 15,583 cases produced.WINEMAKER NOTES: A vibrant nose of citrus peel, grapefruit, and pine needles with secondary aromas of pineapple, guava, and gardenia. Flavors of ripe Meyer lemons, pink grapefruits, and orange peel coat the palate with a perfect dose of food-marrying acidity. MANIFESTO SAUVIGNON BLANC SUISUN VALLEY 2007
The nose is bright with lime and grapefruit, a bit of buttery oak. Not very complex though. Good acidity on the palate, nice mouthfeel. The finish is nice and long with a solid grapefruit note.
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The Suisun Valley east of Carneros is perfect for Sauvignon Blanc, which benefits enormously from the region's diurnal temperature difference. The wine has a slightly grassy and very aromatic nose, which gives way to a clean palate that is devoid of oak and has lots of bright, mouth-watering acidity.
Fun and simple Sauvignon Blanc made for easy pairing or enjoyed on its own! Big citrus aromatics and a real vibrancy on the palate. Pairs well with many styles of cuisine. Manifesto! has taken a sort of Ben & Jerry's approach to wine-making; they're about truth in product, truth in advertising.Henri Gabriel and Jamey Whetstone founded Manifesto! on the premise that they would identify and work with a handful of growers to produce great wine without charging a whole lot of money. They wanted to make wine that tasted like what's in the grape, not like something that has passed through the kidneys of a beaver. Too many wines these days have too much wood. They asked two friends, who are food industry gurus, to help them pioneer Manifesto! and together, as a fearsome foursome, they have introduced America to a food-friendly, environmentally-conscious wine.
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