Crisp, bright, refreshing: three words that capture the essence of the 2008 Frog's Leap Sauvignon Blanc. Classic aromas of lemongrass, white flowers and subtle mineral notes are your introduction, followed by flavors of grapefruit, lemon zest and delicate white peaches. The wine's connection to its Rutherford roots is underscored with subtle flavors of wet stone. Lean and lively, the wine's low alcohol and balanced acid make for a totally engaging and pleasurable experience deftly suited for a table filled with "le fruit de mer."
This has got to be, hands down, the most food friendly Sauvignon Blanc produced in the Napa Valley. Its sharp acid instantly cleans the palate and prepares the drinker for the next bite. The aromas of cut grass with subdued hints of citrus mesh well with the minerality. My favorite Sauvignon Blanc.