Tenor 2017 Sauvignon Blanc (Columbia Valley (WA))

Cellar Selection

Barrel fermented and aged in 600 L puncheons, this 100% varietal wine was macerated on skins for over 24 hours. The aromas intrigue, with notes of lemon pith, wet granite, papaya, herb, grapefruit and the underside of a pineapple. The palate is full, almost creamy in feel, redolent with tropical fruit, herb and citrus flavors, carrying some heft. It extends on the finish. A stylistic interpretation of the variety, it should do well with a bit of time in the cellar, drinking best on its third day open. Best after 2020. Sean P. Sullivan

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  • Alcohol
    14.7%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    White
  • Date Published
    12/31/2019
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