Sunday, November 20, 2005

2004 Drylands Sauvignon Blanc

Mmmm, Mmmm, Good.
If you are the type of wine drinker that looks down upon the screw cap concept - think again.
From the first opening of this bottle, the aroma of grapefruit fills the air. This is a full bodied, sweet - not overly crisp - and almost perfumey wine. It's got one of the longest finishes I've ever tasted on a Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand. It envelopes your mouth....Definitely give this a try.

We're having this with crab stuffed haddock, potatoes au lait w/ mushrooms, and a garden salad.

Looking for food pairings?
Coming this week: What to drink with your holiday dinner!

1 comment:

Santa Rosa Wine Guru said...

So, what's your take on the top 100?