2013 Hall Wines T Bar T Ranch Sauvignon Blanc


 Product was provided for free however the review is my honest opinion.

Varietal’s like the lighter Sauvignon Blancs, Chardonnays, Viogniers, and white blends are served cooler and on a hot summer day they can be as refreshing as drinking cool-aid (maybe white wines should be called adult cool-aid).  I have many friends who only drink red or white wines and are not willing to explore the other and I understand because I used to be a lot like that as well.  I do encourage you however, to keep trying the other, because you’ll eventually find one you enjoy and you will start appreciating them and want to drink them more often.  I tend to drink white wines all year round; even in the winter when it is pared with a great meal from Chris.

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Pale color depth and an amber hue.

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The Sauvignon Blanc was very aromatic, young-fruity.  I could smell banana, pear, melon, green apple.  The wine reminded Chris and I of a day at the beach drinking a Pina Colada.

The Sauvignon Blanc was dry, medium-bodied, and the acidity was well-balanced.  The tannins were soft and I noted rich mid-palate flavors with a long, soft, and flavorful finish.

abv: 14.2%

How much:  Online $30 per bottle.

Region/Appellation: Alexander Valley

I saved the bottle to share with the girls the next day.  Eileen and Chris loved the Sauvignon Blanc so much I let them finish the bottle.

I rated the 2013 Hall Wines T Bar T Ranch Sauvignon Blanc three plus glasses.

Life is too short to drink crappy wine!

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