J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc Wine

J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc Wine

J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc Wine

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Introducing J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc, a refreshing and vibrant white wine that captures the essence of the Arroyo Seco appellation in Monterey County. Crafted with precision and care by J. Lohr Estates, this Sauvignon Blanc is a testament to the winery's commitment to producing wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region.

In the glass, Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc displays a pale straw color, inviting you into a world of crisp and bright aromas. The nose is an aromatic delight, with notes of tropical fruits, citrus, and a hint of green apple. This enticing bouquet sets the stage for a lively and refreshing tasting experience.

On the palate, the wine unfolds with a zesty and citrus-driven profile. Bright flavors of grapefruit, lemon, and tropical fruits dance on the palate, creating a well-balanced and invigorating character. The vibrant acidity adds a refreshing quality, making Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc an ideal choice for warm days or as a companion to a variety of dishes.

The finish is clean and satisfying, leaving a lingering impression of citrus and a touch of minerality. This Sauvignon Blanc is a versatile wine that pairs effortlessly with seafood, salads, or enjoyed on its own as a delightful aperitif.

J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc is not just a wine; it's a journey through the sun-soaked vineyards of Arroyo Seco. Whether sipped on a sunny afternoon or shared with friends over a meal, this Sauvignon Blanc invites you to experience the crisp and vibrant flavors that define J. Lohr's winemaking legacy. Elevate your wine experience with the refreshing charm of Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc. Cheers to the art of winemaking.

Appearance:
J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc graces the glass with a pale straw color, reflecting the bright and vibrant character within.

Nose:
The aromatic journey begins with a burst of freshness, revealing tropical fruit notes, citrus, and a subtle hint of green apple. The nose is lively and inviting, setting the stage for a refreshing tasting experience.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc unveils a zesty and citrus-driven profile. Bright flavors of grapefruit, lemon, and tropical fruits dance on the palate, creating a lively and well-balanced character. The vibrant acidity adds a refreshing quality, making this wine a delightful choice for warm days or as a companion to a variety of dishes.

Finish:
The finish is clean and satisfying, leaving a lingering impression of citrus and a touch of minerality. The wine's refreshing qualities persist, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a crisp and invigorating white wine.

Sauvignon Blanc is most famously produced in Marlborough, New Zealand and France, where (in the former) its telltale gooseberry and grapefruit notes shine most brightly. It also does well in Australia, particularly Margaret River in the far west of the country, in addition to the Adelaide Hills.J. Lohr produces three distinctive Chardonnays, all of which are considered dry wines in that almost all of the available grape sugars have been converted into alcohol during the fermentation process.
Coupled with a crisp dryness, light body and mellow colour and you can see why so many of us enjoy it. Sauvignon Blanc is almost always dry and young in style and rarely aged, although it is used in France to make refreshingly delicate, sweet dessert wines.
Sauvignon Blanc is typically high in acidity, full-flavored with mineral, grass and grapefruit notes, and has light to moderately high alcohol, depending on the climate (12.5–14% alcohol by volume).Sauvignon Blanc is a wine that has expressive and aromatic aromas ranging from tropical notes to crisp citrus and grassy. Additionally, its memorable, refreshing acidity leaves a lasting impression on the palate.Lohr, we have sustainably farmed for decades in our chosen appellations of Monterey, Paso Robles, and Napa Valley. Cool-climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from Monterey's Arroyo Seco and Santa Lucia Highlands. Cabernet Sauvignon and other Bordeaux grapes, as well as Rhone varieties from the warmer climes of Paso Robles.
For the most part, you can count on Sauvignon Blanc being a medium-bodied dry wine, which means it'll feel like it has some weight to it and no sweetness. Also, it's perhaps best known for its pronounced acidity, so don't be surprised if it makes your mouth pucker just a bit.

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