2006 Wattle Creek Sauvignon Blanc


January 30, 2008|By MICHAEL DRESSER


Mendocino, Calif.



Serve with:

Grilled seafood

This is not a flashy wine. It's just a very pure, fresh, penetrating sauvignon blanc that is true to its varietal character without going overboard in any way. It's pleasingly herbal without straying into shrillness. There are attractive notes of slate, juniper and citrus fruit. The finish is clean and satisfying.

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