Wine Review: Josh Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Basic Information – Josh Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Producer – Josh Cellars

Vintage – 2016

Region – USA – California – Napa Valley – North Coast

Varietal – Sauvignon Blanc

Pricing – $15.00

Alcohol – 13%

Appearance

Wine is clear and pale lemon in color.

Aroma/Nose

Nose comes off clean with medium intensity aromas. The aromas consist of floral such as blossom, citrus fruits such as lemon, lime and grapefruit and some grassy notes.

Taste/Palate

Wine is dry with medium(+) acidity and medium body. The flavor profile consists of mainly citrus fruits like lemon and lime mixed with that subtle grass note we found on the nose. The finish is medium in length with mineral.

Overall Experience

This Josh Sauvignon Blanc 2016 is a good wine overall. The citrus notes are extremely refreshing on the palate. This is very much a typical bright and citrusy Sauvignon Blanc from the Napa Valley region. Not a bad choice for an everyday white wine for the summer.

Pairings

Food – Shellfish, Salads and light dishes.

Cigar – Tatuaje Skinny Monsters The Jason or Gilberto Oliva Reserva

Publication Ratings

N/A

Winemakers Notes

Bright aromas of lemon, lime and pineapple are the core of this wine with layers of white flower nectar, peach and tropical melon. The palate of the wine is fresh and alive with clean fruit flavors and a perfectly balanced, crisp finish.

About Josh Cellars – https://joshcellars.com