Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc Wine

Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc Wine

Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc Wine

Regular price $11.99
  • Expert Packaging
  • Secure Payments
  • Guaranteed Authenticity
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Introducing Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc Wine – a crisp and refreshing expression that embodies the signature style of The Hess Collection. Sourced from renowned vineyards in California, this Sauvignon Blanc is a vibrant testament to the winery's commitment to quality and innovation. With bright citrus notes, lively acidity, and a clean finish, it's an invitation to savor the bright side of white wine.

Vineyard Selection: Sourced from carefully selected vineyards across California, the grapes for this Sauvignon Blanc benefit from the diverse terroirs that contribute to the wine's complexity. The cool coastal influences and meticulous vineyard practices ensure a balanced and expressive expression of the varietal.

Winemaking Expertise: Crafted by The Hess Collection's skilled winemakers, this Sauvignon Blanc undergoes a precise winemaking process. The grapes are gently pressed, and the juice is fermented at cool temperatures to preserve the vibrant fruit characteristics. The result is a wine that captures the essence of the varietal, emphasizing freshness and varietal purity.

Versatility: Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc is a versatile companion for various occasions. Whether enjoyed on its own as a delightful aperitif or paired with a range of dishes such as seafood, salads, or light appetizers, its bright and lively nature enhances the overall dining experience.

Bottle Presentation: The bottle design of Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc is a visual representation of the wine's vibrant and refreshing character. The clean label and modern aesthetic reflect both the winery's commitment to quality and its dedication to creating wines that resonate with contemporary tastes.

Immerse yourself in the lively elegance of Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc – a wine that captures the essence of California's vineyards and invites you to savor the brightness of each pour. Whether shared with friends or enjoyed in solitude, this Sauvignon Blanc is a celebration of the artistry that defines The Hess Collection.

Hess Select Sauvignon Blanc opens with an enticing array of citrus aromas, including zesty grapefruit and tropical hints of passion fruit. The palate is invigorated by lively acidity, showcasing flavors of lime, green apple, and a touch of lemongrass. The wine's crisp and refreshing character culminates in a clean finish that leaves the palate refreshed and ready for another sip.

A Pioneer by Nature, Donald Hess was determined to defy convention and pursue winemaking at elevation in the Napa Valley. He established the Hess Collection winery on the steep slopes of Mount Veeder in 1978 and began a legacy of luxury wine making.
Pinot noir is grown around the world, mostly in cooler climates, and the variety is chiefly associated with the Burgundy region of France. Pinot noir is now used to make red wines around the world, as well as champagne, sparkling white wines such as the Italian Franciacorta, and English sparkling wines.
Typically, Pinot Noir is dry, light- to medium-bodied, with bright acidity, silky tannins and alcohol that ranges between 12–15%. The best Pinot Noir taste has complex flavors that include cherry, raspberry, mushroom and forest floor, plus vanilla and baking spice when aged in French oak.To identify Pinot Noir, we must first examine its shoots, which have internodes with red stripes. Its young leaves are green or yellow, and the tips of its young shoots are moderately to densely covered in flat-lying hairs. Its adult leaves are dark to very dark green and whole, with three or five lobes.
Pinot Noir is essentially produced using the red winemaking process of fermentation and barreling (yes, it is almost always oaked - ideally in French Oak barrels). It may surprise some readers to discover that Pinot Noir is one of the three grapes used in making Champagne.
Pinot Noir means "black pine cone" in French, named for its dark color and compact, conical shape. It isn't known whether Pinot Noir was imported into France or developed in situ from the wild vinifera grapes that grew in Europe before Roman settlement, but it's agreed that Pinot is among the oldest of French grapes.
As the birthplace of Pinot Noir, France is rightfully the most recognized Pinot Noir country in the world. United States: Pinot Noir is grown throughout the U.S., but the best Pinot Noir wines are grown and produced in Sonoma Valley, particularly the Russian River Valley region, and Napa Valley in California.

Recently viewed