With 13.2% ABV and costing under $14, the 2019 Geyser Peak Winery Sauvignon Blanc is a really nice seafood wine, and it scored 16 points on the Dionysian scale of a possible 20.

Light grapefruit, citrus and it’s quite floral; the wine is a great buy. It’s meant to be drunk young, so I’d judge giving it three years from nits current peak, until it fades a little in 2023. (I do like older Sauvignon Blancs and would keep one) Its clear straw is the color SB’s should be.

We had it with halibut. It refreshed the palate and added greatly to the sea food dinner
making a cloudy chilly day a little brighter.Try it with Asian meals; yes sushi.

I reported on their Chardonnay a few weeks ago. The Sauvignon Blanc is even better. This wine has 3.0 Grams per liter of residual sugar with a pH of 3.37 balancing it nicely. The wine rested for eight months in three-year-old French oak to help round it out and add complexity.In Vino Veritas.