Peaches, citrus, and white florals come out on the nose. Apple and peach, cut grass and lemon, all show on the palate. Lemon and white grapefruit linger. It comes off as slightly fat, more round that acidic. This Kosher for Passover wine is fruity and full. Drink with chicken soup. Recommended. 87 points. DBH

WHO: Galil Mountain Winery
WHAT: Sauvignon Blanc
WHEN: 2016
WHERE: Upper Galilee, Israel
HOW MUCH: $17 (media sample)
POINTS: DBH

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