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.
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.