Wine of the week
Sea Glass Sauvignon Blanc
Reductive style winemaking keeps the fresh, fruitforward flavors of the grape intact during the winemaking process by keeping the juice void of oxygen exposure. 100% non-malolactic fermentation maintains the wine’s delicate varietal flavors and crisp acidity. SeaGlass Sauvignon Blanc is fermented in stainless steel tanks at cold temperatures to retain the grape’s natural tropical flavors. The wine is bottled early and sealed with a Stelcap closure to preserve the wine’s freshness.
Our Sauvignon Blanc vineyard is nestled in Santa Barbara’s rolling hills. The cool ocean air and abundant fog of Santa Barbara County allow Sauvignon Blanc grapes to ripen slowly and evenly while developing complex tropical flavors and crisp acidity.
Pair this exceptional Sauvignon Blanc is perfect with shellfish, lighter pasta dishes and summer salads.
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