Kinfolk Sauvignon Blanc 2018 | Britt Nichols Secret Stash
Kinfolk Sauvignon Blanc 2018 presents a light, bright golden hue. Aromas of citrus and tropical fruit—Meyer lemon, grilled pineapple, papaya, and blood orange. While together leaping from the glass in a fresh and intriguing symphony. Across the medium-bodied palate, the tropical and citrus theme continues, revealing hints of kiwi, fresh green herbs, and grapefruit zest. A delicious value that will be a perfect, versatile “anytime” white for the next three years. Drink now – 2024.
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Notably, Sauvignon Blanc with all the layers of Meyer lemon, grilled pineapple, papaya, and grapefruit zest. While cut through by hints of tarragon and wet-stone minerality, that you usually associate with $45 bottles. In addition, aromas of tropical fruit and fresh-cut grass.
Secret Source and Secret Sauce!
The source of this one, like all the Kinfolk wines, has to remain a secret. While coming from one of the most awarded, critically praised producers in all of Sonoma County…
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Situated on a hillside in the most northern reaches of Dry Creek Valley. So this estate-grown Sauvignon Blanc is from a vineyard naturally irrigated by an underground spring giving the vines all the water they need and not a drop more. The fruit, as a result, is concentrated. Naturally packing a serious punch allowing it to age gracefully for years longer than most Sauvignon Blanc. Nearby redwood groves help moderate the temperature and provide a hedge against warm days, which means that the wine has as much ripe fruit as acidity. The tension between the two is striking, and far more typical of a wine that costs three or four times as much.
Winemaker Britt Nichols
Winemaker Britt Nichols has more pedigree than many winemakers twice her age. Notably, with time spent at Jordan Winery and alongside legends Nicolas Morlet and Philippe Melka.