Vinified in stainless steel (70%) and neutral oak (30%). Clear, bright, medium golden yellow color. Clean nose with medium intensity aromatics of peach, orange, sweet floral, and cream. Dry on the palate with medium acidity, medium-full body, and flavors of peach, pear, candied lime, orange, and honey. Medium finish. Serve with fresh veggies topped with greek yogurt and dill. Recommended.

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WHO: Grochau Cellars
WHAT: Sauvignon Blanc
WHERE: Rogue Valley, Oregon
WHEN: 2009
HOW MUCH: $18 (at winery)

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