Citrus, pineapple, and gooseberry, all with a grassy background, are reminiscent of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc before the Kiwis started filtering everything through the litter box. Flavors are clean, citrus bright, but it is slightly fat, not quite in balance. The gooseberry comes out stronger, tilting into "where's that darned cat?" as the wine warms up, so serve it while it is still chilled, or keep it cool. Finish is mid-length. Drink with any very fresh white fish, or just with a very hot day.
This is a very pleasant Sauvignon Blanc. It is neither overblown with oak nor starkly acidic and reeking of cat urine. Rather, it has grassy flavors with white grapefruit and just a tiny background hint of gooseberry. It has a smooth glycerin mouth-feel and food-friendly acids.