Flavors of bright citrus and passion fruit, adorned by fresh green beans and a touch of pepper, define this very refreshing sauvignon blanc. Last y... Read more
Are you looking for an inexpensive wine to keep on hand for cooking or for unexpected guests? Look no further. This versatile Sauvignon Blanc comes... Read more
Crisp and lean, with lime and lemon flavors and a clean finish. Not big, but fresh and lively. Drink now. Read more
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Flavors of bright citrus and passion fruit, adorned by fresh green beans and a touch of pepper, define this very refreshing sauvignon blanc. Last year's vintage hit Wine Enthusiast's Top 100 Best Buys list, and accolades for Montes show no sign of waning! Savor this Sauvignon with bacon-wrapped scallops.
Are you looking for an inexpensive wine to keep on hand for cooking or for unexpected guests? Look no further. This versatile Sauvignon Blanc comes from the Curico Valley in Chile. The cool climate gives it crisp acidity and good structure. It is full of citrus flavors with hints of apricot and crispin apples. It almost drinks like a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, but without the grapefruit or the price tag. This is a wine that can stand on its own as a pre-dinner quaff or can be paired with shellfish or a light cream sauce.
Crisp and lean, with lime and lemon flavors and a clean finish. Not big, but fresh and lively. Drink now.
Fresh and snappy, with aromas of pine, citrus and tropical fruits. Montes usually shows a good hand with Sauvignon, and they have in this case. The wine is full and melony but also racy and touched by a little green bean and asparagus. And that's as complex as it gets.
This could be Chile's most expressive, interesting white Sauvignon. It's got typical prickly pineapple, passion fruit, scallion and pepper notes, and pure citrus flavors backing it all up. The mouthfeel is zesty and spirited, but there's natural roundness, too. Some licorice adds complexity to the finish.
Ripe, with nice richness to the straw, peach, lemon zest and grapefruit notes. Nice, crisp finish. Drink now.
Light yellow. Sharply focused citrus and pear aromas, with a light dusting of minerals. Clean, light orchard fruit flavors offer good concentration and finish brisk, with good length.
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