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The Setting Barrel Fermented Sauvignon Blanc 2019

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    750ml /
    Vintage: 2019
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    This is a unique vineyard within the Dry Creek AVA in Sonoma county, farmed by the Mauritson family for generations. The 2019 The Setting Barrel Fermented Sauvignon Blanc is a wonderful mix of clones that is heavily influenced by the Musque clone that adds an aromatic pungency and weight on the pallet distinguishing it from other Sauvignon Blancs. The specific part of the vineyard has a gravel streak intermixing with the clay that provides vine that has a bit more intensity and lower yields than its neighbors.

    1 review for The Setting Barrel Fermented Sauvignon Blanc 2019

    1. WA

      Mouthwatering and luscious, with intoxicating aromatics of melon, nectarines, white peaches and honeysuckle. The unique mix of oak barrels and native yeast add to the richness and complexity of this wine at the same time lifting the purity of the fruit and brightness of the wine. Tangerine, creme brûlée and hints of ripe kiwi come together with a long bright finish.

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    WA 92
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    Mouthwatering and luscious, with intoxicating aromatics of melon, nectarines, white peaches and honeysuckle. The unique mix of oak barrels and native yeast add to the richness and complexity of this wine at the same time lifting the purity of the fruit and brightness of the wine. Tangerine, creme brûlée and hints of ripe kiwi come together with a long bright finish.
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    Located in the heart of Napa and Sonoma County, The Setting Wines opened its doors in 2014, marking the beginning of a remarkable journey. With vineyards carefully chosen from the most esteemed regions in both valleys, The Setting implements sustainable farming practices to ensure the preservation of the land and the quality of their produce. Their commitment to excellence is reflected in the production of luxury wines that encapsulate the essence of the terroir. From rich, velvety Cabernet Sauvignon to crisp, elegant Chardonnay, each bottle embodies the craftsmanship of renowned winemaker Jesse Katz, who brings his expertise from his stints at illustrious wineries like Chateau Petrus and Screaming Eagle. The Setting Wines aspires to create memorable experiences, inviting wine enthusiasts...check our brand The Setting
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    Welcome to our curated Sauvignon Blanc wine selection at Famelounge, where we specialize in bringing you an exceptional range of white wines, characterized by their bold and structured profiles. With prices varying from $23 to $170, we ensure that our collection meets the diverse preferences and budgets of our patrons. Our selection spans the spectrum from zesty and light to smooth and bold, perfectly encapsulating the versatile nature of Sauvignon Blanc. In our pursuit of quality and distinctiveness, we've gathered highly-rated, unique wines, including those that are challenging to find. Our wines originate from prestigious vineyards in the United States, France, and Italy, offering a glimpse into the varied terroirs that contribute to the nuanced flavors and aromas of our Sauvignon...Please check Sauvignon Blanc Wine for more information
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    Nestled in Sonoma County, just northwest of the charming town of Healdsburg, lies the esteemed wine region known as Dry Creek Valley. Steeped in history, this AVA boasts a rich viticultural heritage dating back to the mid-19th century. Originally settled by Italian immigrants during the California Gold Rush, the valley's winemaking tradition was rekindled in the 1960s and 1970s after a period of decline due to Prohibition. Famed for its diverse terroir, Dry Creek Valley is defined by its variations in climate and soil types. The valley floor experiences cooler temperatures, while the hillsides bask in warmth. This... ...Check Region for more information

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