A little floral, a little mineral up front, with a subdued but zippy hum of acid. With a little aeration on the palate it opens up beautifully with melon and tropical fruit and has character consistent with stainless steel fermentation, which I appreciate greatly. She's a beauty.
Very strong fruit nose, with tropical fruits predominating. Wine was light on the palate, with relatively high acidity. It felt crisp and refreshing. This is an excellent Sauvignon Blanc, and one of the wines that made me sign up as a member at Goosecross when I tasted at the winery.
Suggestion to notes from rentmp3: The 2009 Goosecross Cellars Sauvignon Blanc was 100% stainless steel with no oak application. Disclosure: I am the owner of Goosecross Cellars. I never comment on the wine tasting experience of the individual and sincerely respect all reviews. I only comment when there is a technical detail that should be noted.
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