James Suckling Review
Guava, grapefruit pith, pear skin, cedar and smoked almond on the nose. It's full-bodied with bright acidity and a textured, phenolic palate. Spicy, concentrated and flavorful. Complex expression. Drink now or hold.
Wine Tasting Notes
The Caryn Renae Sauvignon Blanc is a seasonal shift in the glass. From the first encounter with its brilliant citrine hue to the abundant aromatics, it is love at first sip. Aromatics of lithe tropical fruits - think barely ripe pineapple, kiwi and mango - comingling with classic boxwood, gooseberry and sea spray notes transport you to the sea in an instant. The palate boasts a myriad of flavors from fresh lemon juice and grapefruit zest to glace apricots, with a scintilla of creaminess and bright minerality and a whisper of wildflower honey and honeysuckle - all coalescing in a crescendo of great focus and great intensity. The perfect jumping off point into an evening or a great conversation, adept at pairing with everything from your favorite nori maki rice crackers to fruits of the sea and beyond!