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Review Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Sauvignon Blanc 2017

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medium bodied, dry
Combination of tropical fruit and mowed grass / citrus
Warm climate Sauvignon
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Description
Grapes Sauvignon Blanc
Profile Dry, medium bodied
Match with White Meat, Soft cream cheese, Spicy Oriental, Rabbit
Year 2017
Region Upper Galilee
Country Israel
Production
Speciaal 
Conventional
Otzar Beit Din Shmittah wine 

 

Bright yellowish in color, the wine displays prominent characters of passion fruit, lychee, fig and feijoa, with a background of citrus and cut grass. With gentle and balanced acidity, this summery and flavorful wine exhibits a long and mischievous finish.

Technical Data: After a selective hand-harvested process, the grapes were gently squeezed in full clusters. The wine underwent a three-week fermentation process at temperatures ranging between 12-18°C. Immediately after fermentation, the wine was separated from its heavy sediments and kept for several months in stainless steel tanks on light yeast lees.

Harvest: The growing season preceding the harvest began with a rainy winter, and the grapevines reawakened to moist ground and good growth conditions. The spring began earlier than usual, which led to early maturity in most of the plots. The beginning of the spring was characterized by vigorous grapevine growth, which placed pressure on the winegrowers to complete their tasks on time. Throughout the season, the weather was moderate with no extreme events, and the fruit’s maturity was uniform and moderate. The vintage shows signs of very high quality.

Storage and Aging: Store in a cold, dark area. If stored under proper conditions, the wine should stay well preserved for 2-4 years from the time of harvest.

Serving Temperature: Best served at about 8-10°C.