Ever have one of those days when nothing seems to go your way? I’ve had a few of them over the years. Turns out today was another one of those challenges – from a difficult commute to unpleasant developments at work, and so on. I won’t bore you with the details. But it’s on this kind of day when I’ve had my fill of surprises that I don’t want a wine “adventure” when I’m winding down at home. I want something I can rely on. That’s when I reach for a consistent performer like the Geyser Peak winery and their Sauvignon Blanc.
Notes: The hue of this one was an extremely pale yellow. In the bouquet I detected scents of tropical fruit, citrus and grass. Acidity was lively, alcohol was at 13%, and heft on the tongue was light. Flavors I tasted included citrus, pear, grass, and a hint of banana. I’m happy to say that I found it an enjoyable glass of Sauvignon Blanc. What about you?