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Spottswoode – Sauvignon Blanc

United States
California
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins United States > California

Appellation Napa County

Cepage 96% Sauvignon Blanc, 4% Semillon

Winemaking Clones 1 and 6, Rauscedo 3, Sauvignon Musqué, Tofanelli Sémillon

Alcohol Content 14.1 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Layers of tropical fruits and floral aromas invite you into this intriguing and dynamic Sauvignon Blanc. Notes of fresh lime and grapefruit add tension and bring freshness on the approach, while yellow and white peach intermingle with subtle oak and a creamy meringue mid-palate. Hints of minerality and saline contribute to its long finish and complete this complex wine. Medium bodied, layered, and refreshing!

Overall One of the few Super Sauvignons

Mouthfeel Layered & Refreshing

Aromas Fresh lime zest, grapefruit, creamy meringue

Selling Point Aristocracy of domestic Sauvignon Blancs

Pairings Enjoy with shellfish, leafy green salads, pesto pasta

Sustainability Certified Biodynamic t, Certified Organic t, Certified Sustainable t

The Story

Fermented in small stainless steel and French oak barrels, an amphora, and one ceramic and two concrete cuves

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Brand Story

Established in 1882, Spottswoode Estate is distinguished by the pre-Prohibition Victorian home depicted on the wine label. Spottswoode was christened by Mrs. Albert Spotts in 1910 and later acquired by Mary and Jack Novak in 1972. Mary released Spottswoode’s first Cabernet Sauvignon in 1982, exactly one hundred years after the estate’s founding. Today, Mary’s daughter Beth Novak Milliken manages the winery, and daughter Lindy Novak serves as the winery’s Marketing Ambassador. Committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.


Brand Story

Established in 1882, Spottswoode Estate is distinguished by the pre-Prohibition Victorian home depicted on the wine label. Spottswoode was christened by Mrs. Albert Spotts in 1910 and later acquired by Mary and Jack Novak in 1972. Mary released Spottswoode’s first Cabernet Sauvignon in 1982, exactly one hundred years after the estate’s founding. Today, Mary’s daughter Beth Novak Milliken manages the winery, and daughter Lindy Novak serves as the winery’s Marketing Ambassador. Committed to producing wines with integrity that faithfully reflect their grape origins, Spottswoode wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.

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