Costing about $16, and scoring a commercial 14+ points on the Dionysian Scale of 20, the 2016 Estacioni Porvenir Blanco is a 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Mexico.
It was clean, clear, and had a white grapefruit nose. It’s a wine to consume as soon as you buy it. The wine was very pale; I think they used a little too much sulphur to preserve it and washed out the color.
It’s a neat label, and a pleasant wine, and at three years old, it was at peak. Trying different wines is half the fun of enjoying wine and its culture. In Vino Veritas.