2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Estate Vineyard

Lively aromas of Meyer lemon, cucumber and melon burst from the glass. The bright and vivacious palate leads with lemon merengue, candied ginger and lemon verbena flavors, accented with racy acidity and ever-present wet-stone minerality.

$27.00 / Bottle

ABOUT THIS WINE:

Wine Profile:

Vintage: 2017
Wine Type: White Wine
Varietal: Sauvignon Blanc
Appellation: Sonoma Valley
Acid: .56 g/100ml
PH: 3.11
Alcohol %: 14.3
Vineyard Notes
Located in the cool, southern end of Sonoma Valley, Bartholomew Park Winery sits on the site where Hungarian nobleman Agoston Haraszthy planted the first vinifera grapevines in the United States. The three acres of the estate Sauvignon Blanc are split into two small blocks which are meticulously and organically hand-farmed. The blocks are harvested at three ripeness levels to capture the multitude of flavors layered within our estate grown fruit.

Winemaking
The grapes were hand-harvested in the cool morning hours and whole-cluster pressed. 90% of the juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks at a cool temperature and 10% in lightly toasted new and neutral barrels to add texture and roundness. Each of these techniques aided in achieving freshness and forward fruit quality.

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