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Dancing Crow – Sauvignon Blanc

United States
California
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins United States > California > Big Valley District

Appellation Lake County

Varietal Sauvignon Blanc

Cepage 100% Sauvignon Blanc

Winemaking Cold fermentation and lees stirring are employed to further the process by adding length and texture.

Alcohol Content 12.5 %

Production 6,500

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes This wine shows off a dazzling, electrum, gold appearance. That leads into aromas of freshly cut Bartlett pears, key lime and orange blossoms. On the palate an invigorating texture is apparent, with flavors of mandarin, white pineapple and poached pear. The mouthfeel is generous and bright, followed by a wisp of lime zest and minerality on the full-flavored finish.

Overall Refreshing, Sancerre Style

Mouthfeel Invigorating texture

Aromas Pears, key lime and orange blossoms

Selling Point Big Valley AVA SB, Chateau d'Yquem Clone, Sancerre Style

Pairings Fresh Goat Cheese, White Fish, Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

Awards 90 Wine Enthusiast (2020)

Sustainability Certified Sustainable t, Organic In Practice t

The Story

Our Sancerre-style Sauvignon Blanc from Lake County, CA, showcases a unique blend of New World and Old World influences, with Citrus and Stone-Fruit flavors supporting nicely-balanced acidity and a hint of minerality on the finish. 12.5% alc.

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Brand Story

One cool, Spring day in the shadow of Mt. Konocti, a family came to lay out their vineyard using straw to mark the vines. While feasting during their midday lunch they saw a murder of crows dancing around the straw, which made them laugh. Yet, when they looked again, the crows and the straw were gone. The family learned two things that day: be wary of dancing crows, and what to name their vineyard.


Brand Story

One cool, Spring day in the shadow of Mt. Konocti, a family came to lay out their vineyard using straw to mark the vines. While feasting during their midday lunch they saw a murder of crows dancing around the straw, which made them laugh. Yet, when they looked again, the crows and the straw were gone. The family learned two things that day: be wary of dancing crows, and what to name their vineyard.

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