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.
Food Pairings for Scholium Project Sauvignon Blanc Sonoma Mountain the Prince In His Caves Farina
Top California Lists
Best Wine Deals
Villa Pozzi Nero d'Avola (2013)Rated
Jean-Jacques Vincent Pouilly-Fuisse Marie-Antoinette (2012)Wishlisted
Whatcha drinking tonight?Replied
Beringer Private Reserve Chardonnay (2012)Reviewed
OK, Am I Lame, or What?Replied
SevenFifty.com ; first Snooth post RE SevenFifty.?Replied
Dorato Marche IGT Bianco Passito Garofoli (2011)Rated
Cavicchioli Malvasia Since Sparkling White (NV)Rated
Laurent Miquel Verite Viognier (2012)Rated