Posts Tagged ‘Sauvignon Blanc’

La Petite Perriere Sauvignon Blanc 2011 wine review by (PB)

Pale golden hue with big aromas of grassy, grapefruit and an undertone of ripe melon. Palate–A structure with a lethargic presence, subdued and slightly off grapefruit flavor with a flaccid spine that makes this less than appealing. This only cost $8 and in this case it is what you paid for. Pass on this and […]

Dona Paula Sauvignon Blanc 2010 wine review by (PB)

Ripe tropical fruit with S. Blanc grassy edge and vanilla. Palate–Tart ripe pineapple edge front palate with mouth watering acid. Finishes with fleeting citrus. This Argentinian white is classic grassy S. Blanc better with food than by itself due to it’s racy acidity. Will cut through the greasiest or fattiest food you can throw at […]

Book Review: Wines of the Southern Hemisphere, The Complete Guide

Malbec is from Argentina, Carmenere is from Chile, and Shiraz is from Australia. Oh, New Zealand makes good Sauvignon Blanc, and South Africa produces a brooding wine you can’t find anywhere else called Pinotage. What more do you need to know about wines from the Southern Hemisphere? Turns out, there’s plenty more to discover from […]

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