I’ve pretty much switched over to white wines for the season at this point. The Geyser Peak 2010 (Sonoma) Sauvignon Blanc was $9.99. It’s worth noting that they have been making wine since 1880 according to their website. In California, that’s equal to 1,000 years.
Geyser gave us a great first impression. It has a crisp taste, clean finish with hints of grapefruit. It’s bright and airy which is ideal for this time of year.
Today it’s just as bright as day 1. The flavor hasn’t changed much. It’s still slightly tart and citrus-y. Not much sweetness to speak of. Still liking this wine. The RoodonFood official wine of the summer is yet to be determined but this is a great sauvignon blanc option.