Friday, October 14, 2005

Brancott Sauvignon Blanc 2004 (PB)

This New Zealand white was my choice to go with my seafood ravioli made for my secretary’s birthday. This is the lowest tier of Brancott’s wines, ($10) and for the price is a decent value. This wine has solid New Zealand style grassy S. Blanc aromas with mega-guava bouquet.

It is dry and acidic enough to hold up to most foods with a citrus backbone. It isn’t as well put together as it’s higher tier wines but then it isn’t the higher price either. It is a solid wine, and a good value. Raise a glass!

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