Scholium Project Sauvignon Blanc Sonoma Mountain the Prince In His Caves Farina 2010
Sauvignon Blanc smells great.
Adored it. Opened up to a cloudy orange-yellow that resembled flat beer. Initial, strong aroma of pink grapefruit juice concentrate. I got some rock salt, too. Flavors of thick grapefruit juice and guava nectar. There are honeyed notes as it opens up, and minerality and citrus pith as it warms. I kept thinking that this was a wine that they would recognized in the Middle Ages. I'm confident based on reading the descriptions that it was mostly thick, mostly cloudy. I know its technically flawed with that opacity, and God knows it would be hard to determine what it was if tasted blind. But I still adored it and am glad I have more to drink on nights when all I ask for is a non-boring wine. This is most definitely NOT boring.
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