Color - Luminous Ivory.
Aromas - Boisterous tropical notes, fleeting citrus and touches of dried herb.
Flavors - A core of grapefruit pith and a smattering of peach and guava, with some fleeting citrus rind, green papaya and hints of sage.
Structure - Clean, focused, bright acidity binds together a plush mid-mouth with a long linger on the finish.
The undeniable core and intensity of fruit is indicative of the potential for Lake County Sauvignon Blanc. The Lodi fruit develops a textural component, while the Monterey portion offers complexity and nuanced flavors not prevalent in Lake County and thus, when carefully blended, reflect a balanced Sauvignon Blanc true to its California roots