Lemon zing and guava soft come together in this refreshing, slightly restrained Sonoma Valley Sauvignon Blanc. The color is a pale, bright gold. Tropical and soft citrus aromas flow up from the glass, guava, mango, and Meyer lemon. The lemon is more tart on the palate, juice and pith. Tropical fruits roll through the mid-palate, and citrus returns with a zing on the finish. Drink with Fresh trout. Highly Recommended. 90 points.

WHO: Davis Bynum
WHAT: Sauvignon Blanc
WHEN: 2017
DESIGNATION: Virginia’s Block
WHERE: Sonoma County, California
HOW MUCH: $25
POINTS: 90

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