(*Note: I am an Independent Consultant with Scout & Cellar*) You don’t know how hard this research project was! (Wink wink). Nevertheless, I made the sacrifice and tried each of these delicious Sauvignon Blancs from Scout & Cellar. Below I’m sharing my tasting notes and favorites with you!
1. 2019 Adelante Sauvignon Blanc (Chile): A good, grassy Sauvignon Blanc. This tasted very crisp and classic to me. No one picked this as a favorite, but it was the most interesting and very delicious!
2. 2019 Dove Hunt Dog Sauvignon Blanc (North Coast, California): I thought this one was the smoothest, with a hint of an oaky flavor. Both my husband and I picked this one as our favorite! If you prefer something not as sweet, this may be the one for you.
3. 2019 Gallivant Sauvignon Blanc (Lake County, California): This was super bright, sweet, and will be consumed in large quantities over the summer for sure! This was my dad’s favorite, and he is more of a sweet wine drinker.
4. 2019 Fiddleneck Sauvignon Blanc (Potter Valley, California): This was probably my least favorite of the group, although we still drank a couple bottles of it within a day or two – lol. It was definitely more citrusy/acidic.
Why Scout & Cellar? These clean-crafted wines are free from synthetic pesticides and chemical additives and sweeteners. Scout & Cellar also works directly with smaller-batch growers and family-owned farms. The result? Better tasting wine! Once I started primarily drinking Scout & Cellar wines, nothing tastes quite as good.