2009 Sineann Sauvignon Blanc Ryan Reichert December 9, 2010 Tasting Notes 2 Comments An Oregonian meets a Sauvignon Blanc in New Zealand. The resulting marriage: a wine of clear, brilliant, medium gold yellow hue with tinges of green. A clean nose with medium-full aromatics jumping out of the glass that include peach pit, sour yellow cherries, pineapple, fresh grass, savory herbs, pungent white flowers, and wet chalk. On the palate it is dry and medium to full-bodied. Medium alcohol levels, mouthwatering acidity, and intense flavors including fresh squeezed lime, grapefruit, under ripe pear, crabapple, and apricot. The finish is tart and lingering. Incredibly refreshing, this wine would pair well with herb laden cream sauces, grassy olive oils, or fresh chèvre topped with stone fruit preserves.