Sauvignon Blanc - Rombauer Vineyards
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Experience our Sauvignon Blanc or as we call it “Sunshine in a glass!”

Our Sauvignon Blanc is a light, bright, fruit-forward wine with tropical notes and subtle green hints mingling in the most delicious way.

It is a blend of fruit grown in sunny Napa and cooler sites in Sonoma, resulting in a wine that is distinctive and delightful.

Drink it chilled with fresh oysters (add a bit to the mignonette), pesto chicken pasta, grilled whitefish, and more. Of course, you could always enjoy it our favorite way- simply on its own!

90 points

*Awarded to the 2021 vintage

90 points

*Awarded to the 2020 vintage

91 points

*Awarded to the 2019 Vintage

Serving and Storage Questions

Serving and Storage Questions

    • Ready to drink? This Sauvignon Blanc tastes best when it is chilled to 45 degrees F. Pull from the refrigerator or keep in an ice bucket for the perfect sip.

 

  • Not drinking this soon? Store in a cool, dark place to protect it from damage, ideally between 57-62 degrees F. Since there is no cork, you don’t need to keep the bottle on its side. Don’t wait too long to drink. This wine is meant to be enjoyed young.
Sauvignon Blanc Bottle

Immerse yourself in California wine country as you watch Winemaker Richie Allen share what makes our Sauvignon Blanc so delicious.

Like all Rombauer wines, this Sauvignon Blanc is incredibly food-friendly and versatile. Here are three of our favorite pairings.

Fried Fish Tacos

Forget Taco Tuesday, we’d be happy eating these tacos every day of the week. The toppings are suggestions; feel free to add whatever you have on hand. Our crisp Sauvignon Blanc is a dream match with these fish tacos.

Learn How to Make

Salade Ni├žoise

Savor the flavors of the Mediterranean with our Nicoise salad recipe, expertly paired with our Sauvignon Blanc. Light and bright, it’s the perfect addition to a sunny day.

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Zucchini and Goat Cheese Tart

Leverage late summer’s zucchinis harvest for this delightful appetizer. The bright acidity of this wine cuts through the creaminess of the baked goat cheese and caramelization of the zucchini.

Learn how to Make

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