The 2011 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc has bright aromas of Meyer lemon and key lime balanced, and made more complex, by notes of passionfruit, lychee, honeysuckle and fresh herbs. The wine is round on the palate with mouth-watering acidity and a light, refreshing finish.
"Smooth, fresh and juicy with tangy fruit and clean, balanced flavors; lively and crisp."
"Lemongrass, Meyer lemon, apple and tangy apricot flavors are aromatic, bright and very refreshing, with fresh ginger on the finish."
Too much alcohol... the fruit has dropped out of this wine in a few short years leaving an unbalanced and unpleasant glass of acidic grapefruit-rind-flavored ethanol. Used it to wash down a mid-day quiche, or better said, I used the quiche to wash down the wine... without the food to offset the alcohol and acid I couldn't have swallowed the whole bottle, and it would have been drainward bound.