• Angel funding allowed Scott to go to town on this wine. He worked tirelessly to create a unique Sauvignon Blanc that’s rich, ripe and refreshing.

  • Scott fermented this wine as cold as he could, for as long as he could to entice all the delicate nuances of juicy tropical fruit. The result is a masterpiece.

  • You just HAVE to drink Scott’s Sauvignon Blanc outdoors, fully chilled and in large glasses. You can’t beat eating chicken with this wine, simply roasted with lemon and thyme is good, but some crispy, buttermilk fried chicken is an out-and-out winner!

The Facts About This Wine

Aging advice
Drink in 2016

Serving advice
Chill completely, toss back

Local food match
At the farmers market, outside preferably.