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.
Pale color depth and an amber hue.
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.
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!