Beringer Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley 2010
Aromas of citrus and fresh pineapple, kiwi, and honeysuckle are complemented by bright flavors of citrus, rind, and floral notes. The wine's lively acidity and crisp citrus flavors accent the refreshing finish.
92% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Semillon, 3% Viognier. In 1875 the Beringer brothers, Jacob and Frederick, came to Napa Valley from Germany with the goal of making wines that compared to the best in Europe. They established Beringer Vineyards in 1876 and began making world-class wines from this previously undiscovered region. Since then, Beringer has built a remarkable winemaking history and legacy crafting renowned wines from a prized collection of Napa Valley vineyards, celebrating the uniqueness of each site. As the longest continuously operating winery in Napa Valley, Beringer offers a trusted name and established record of quality. To understand this wine is to know that it was born in Napa Valley. Napa is the home of Beringer, and it's here that they've been making wines since 1876. From one generation of winemaker to the next, they've fostered a passion to let the soil and the grapes do the talking. It's no different with their Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc: you'll notice notes of citrus, lush stone fruit, and melon.