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“Excellent & Best Buy” - Wine Press Northwest - June 01, 2007 2005 Two Vines Sauvignon Blanc Columbia Valley
Chefs, particularly those who favor seafood, rave about Sauvignon Blanc’s acidity. Here’s an example and a bargain, starting with aromas of mineral, grapefruit, peaches and cream with cloves, and white pepper. Tremendous acidity hits the tongue along more peaches, some green apple Jolly Rancher candy and lime tartness. Grill up some halibut.
“Highly Recommended & Excellent Value” - Northwest Palate - June 01, 2007 2005 Two Vines Sauvignon Blanc Columbia Valley
Clear and appealing aromas of pear and citrus are complemented by a light herbal quality that lends a savory touch. Though light-bodied, this wine is packed with different flavors; melon, fig, citrus and herb notes are focused on the mid-palate, while apple, talc and an appealing oiliness appear toward the finish. Good acidity gives power to the flavors, yet a restrained quality brings the citrus and apple characters to the fore on an elegant finish. ^
86 points - Wine Spectator - June 15, 2006 2004 Two Vines Sauvignon Blanc Columbia Valley
Light and fragrant, with juicy pear and herb aromas and flavors, echoing nicely. Drink now.
88 points - “Best Buy” - Wine Enthusiast - June 01, 2006 2004 Two Vines Sauvignon Blanc Columbia Valley
There is nothing subdued here, no effort to make a sweet, tropical, California-style Sauvignon Blanc. Grassy and penetrating, this is more like New Zealand than Napa, a snappy effort with green apple, lime, citrus and gooseberry. A great seafood wine.
“Best Buy” - Wine Press Northwest - March 01, 2006 2004 Two Vines Sauvignon Blanc Columbia Valley
Sauvignon Blanc is a most underrated white, lost in a sea of Chardonnay, which is too bad because it goes so much better with food than many other wines. If you're new to Sauv Blanc, start with this one, as it has aromas of sweet herbs, pears, and oranges and flavors of bright lemons, passion fruit and starfruit. Bright acidity props up the flavors and helps this pair with shellfish, grilled chicken or pasta in a white sauce.