Always the more exotic, green and lively of the two Sauvignon Blancs, the 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Grassini Family Vineyard boast a vibrant light gold color to go with white Bordeaux-like notes of lychee, minerals, and honeysuckle. Fresh, elegant and lively, with terrific texture and fruit, drink it anytime over the coming decade or more. This cuvée was fermented in barrel and stainless steel, and spent 16 months in 10% new barrels. Unquestionably one of my favorite estates in Santa Barbara County, Dragonette is run by brothers John and Steve Dragonette, and friend Brandon Sparks-Gillis. (JebDunnuck.com)
The 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Grassini Family Vineyard shows the riper side of Sauvignon in its apricot, chamomile and honeyed nuances. Grassini naturally yields a pretty rich style of Sauvignon, and the drought conditions of 2014 seem to have amplified those qualities. This is in a decidedly generous, forward style, but it works beautifully. The creamy, silky finish only adds to the wine's considerable appeal. (AG)
The 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Grassini Family Vineyard opens with honeyed peaches and lemon curd on the nose with wafts of crushed stones and sautéed herbs in the background. The medium-bodied palate possesses a pleasant oiliness, with some dried apricot notes coming through and a toasty finish. Drink 2017 - 2019. (LPB)
There's a touch of reductive petrol on the nose of this wine, which is a 50-50 blend between Vogelzang and Grassini vineyards. It also offers lime zest, golden pear flesh and barely ripe peach. A cut-grass element shows on the palate as well as sour lime and Bosc pear peels. (MK)
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