I enjoy Sauv blancs. They have a lovely bouquet and are very food friendly. They pair well with fatty, spicy, and asian dishes as well as fish. Very versatile. Previous posts have pointed out a number of inexpensive Chilean sauv blancs This is another wine from the iYellow 44 wine event on May 26th. The wine is pale in color with a lovely varietal nose of lemon, and grass. On the mid pallet the wine is bang on with lemon and grassy flavors to match the beautiful nose. On the finish the wine has a lovely bit of crispness to it with a finish on the lighter side of medium. Very well done. I would give it an 89-90 or so … It is not in the LCBO but goes for $30 at the winery. Pricey but quite good!
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