The color is pale, with barely a hint of color. The nose offers a blend of topical fruits and citrus fruits, pineapple, white grapefruit, and lime. Grapefruit and lime dominate on the palate, with leafy leafy herbs going through. Lime pith shows on the finish. Drink with fried fish. Recommended. 88 points.  DBH

WHO: Dos Almas
WHAT: Sauvignon Blanc
WHEN: 2017
DESIGNATION: Famiglia Zona, Gran Reserva
WHERE: Casablanca Valley, Chile

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