Society Premium Selection Barton & Guestier Sauvignon Blanc 2012 Review

Posted: February 5, 2014 in France
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TWSSociety Premium Selection Barton & Guestier Sauvignon Blanc 2012

Style: Dry white

Region: Côtes de Gascogne, France

Tasting note: A pungent nose of cut grass and dare I say, cat’s piss (trust me, somehow it’s a good thing). The palate is truly a cut above the Savvy Blancs that have now flooded our retail shelves. No cloying, tropical sweetness this with is clean, crisp lemon with mouth-watering herbaceous notes and savoury spice.

Final Say: A slurpable wine that will also match with simple seafood dishes. $16.99 a bottle.

Score: 17 out of 20

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