Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc Case
$139.99 $291.00 52% off List Price
2011 Geyser Peak River Ranches Sauvignon Blanc
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Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar, May/June 2013, Issue #168 scores this wine at 87.
Quasi Rat Tasting notes would be great on a case purchase of the same wine. I love SB and need to stock up but without any notes hard to jump in…
looks like quite a deal
$11.50 a bottle for $8 grocery store wine
I usually get this on sale at the grocery store for less than 9.00 a bottle
Just a note. This is block selection Russian River Valley, while the $8 grocery store is from that esteemed appellation California. 2 different animals. I enjoy the $8 grocery store, but I would expect more from this offering.
Correct. this is a great deal for those wanting to stock up on a quality SB.
Just to be clear, this is our limited release River Ranches Sauvignon Blanc. This is NOT the California SB. All the fruit for the River Ranches comes from Russian River. This is our best selling SB at the winery and is not available in groceries. I’d snap this up as it’s an amazing price and is the perfect wine with holiday faire…for those of you on the west coast–crab season has just opened and this wine is an excellent pairing!
This is our River Ranches SB…all fruit from Russian River Valley. Very limited production, and not to be confused with our California SB.
I’m moderating the sites today, would you care for me to change/edit the sale or contact someone?
I reached out to my contact too. Yes, offer should read 2011 Geyser Peak River Ranches Sauvignon Blanc. Thanks so much!
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Hi thanks for jumping on bord. Does this wine have any RS or percoeved sweetness? I bougt a bottle oft he ca appelataion and got some sugr which I dislike. I preferSbs that are bone dry, cri, nd refreshing with high acidity Thanks!
Wines can easily have up to 4 g/l and still be considered “dry”, and given suitable TA, even up to 9 g/l. Given the pH and TA I would expect the only perceived sweetness here would be from fruit.
Yep, what rjquillin says. The stats on this is 1.9 g/l of RS, you should be good to go.
Sounds like an incredible wine offer. In Va where I live, SB is hard to find, let alone a good one.
As the other Wooter correctly mentioned, there is ripe, tropical fruit but no perceived sweetness. The firm acidity keeps the wine tight and racy.
A slight note of jalapeño comes through as well.
It’s all about the Viognier!
Thanks, Ron! I really shouldn’t be buying and You are not helping! Lol