Morro Bay Split Oak Estates Sauvignon Blanc Sur Lie 2012
This wine gets into my accidental food pairing Hall of Fame. I originally paired this with my shrimp alfredo dinner. It went ok. But later in the evening I still had some wine left and started munching on Garden of Eatin' Chili-Lime tortilla chips and wow. what a pairing. the lime of the chips mixed with the sour citrus of the wine was a perfect match. I highly recommend this pairing. One other thing is the acidity is razor sharp to the point of possible heartburn when paired with something else highly acidic.
I just "found" this wine last week while on a trip to San Luis Obispo County. I also paired it with a shrimp pasta, but used the wine in the sauce and added fresh lemon juice with fresh tomatoes and parsley (a touch of garlic too). It was fantastic. I agree that it would go well with lime too. I enjoyed the subtlety of the wine, I found it to be a refreshing change from a typical Sauvignon Blanc. I will be buying a case of this wine!
Food Pairings for Morro Bay Split Oak Estates Sauvignon Blanc Sur Lie
Best Wine Deals
Sauvignon Blanc Top Lists
J. Vidal-Fleury Cotes du Rhone Blanc (2012)Cellared
Botter Di Maria Prosecco DOC (NV)Reviewed
Michel Poinard Crozes Hermitage (2012)Cellared
Barone Fini Pinot Grigio Valdadige (2009)Cellared
Santa Barbara Coast Oil LeakReplied
Brazilian Cuisine is Begging for WineCommented
In the VineyardReplied
Abacela Tempranillo Umpqua Valley Umpqua Cuvée (2008)Wishlisted