Seems I haven’t yet exhausted my archival notes. So while it appears that Joel Gott Wines is now selling it’s 2015 Sauvignon Blanc, please step into my time machine for a trip back into the not-so-distant past. Can we find a bottle of the 2013 on our store shelves? Probably not. Does the quality of this vintage provide a sense of what may lie waiting for us in the 2015? Well, it can certainly give us an idea of the quality we can expect. You can also click on the link above and see what the vintner has to say about his new Sauvignon Blanc. In the meantime ….
Winemaker: Joel Gott
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
Notes: Aromas of tropical fruit and citrus rose from the glass of this pale golden-hued wine. On the tongue, the heft was light with a definite coat-the-tongue sensation. Acidity was brisk, and alcohol was at 13.9%. As far as flavor, my palate found Meyer lemon, grass, a hint of hot pepper (from the acidity, no doubt), and a saline note. I certainly enjoyed this Joel Gott selection quite a bit, and I think it would have been a great pairing with scallops or a light fish stew. Perhaps I need to cook up some scallops and grab the current release for an awesome meal.