Connoisseurs' Guide to California WinesDuckhorn's Sauvignon Blancs have typically steered away from overt herbaceousness and have instead been defined largely by rich, oak-sweetened, ripe melon fruit. This latest effort runs true to form, and its frontal, squeaky clean fruit is free of any grassy intrusion. It is rounded in feel and pulls up just a bit short with a touch of finishing coarseness taking hold, but service with roast chicken will smooth its way.
User Tasting Note
Fellow Drync'rDrank at parents, gift from Dan. Don't like white wine much, but not bad.