La Crema

Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc

2021 | Sonoma Coast, Sonoma County, CA
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Description
You are not dreaming, this is real life – La Crema now makes Sauvignon Blanc. The newest wine in their line-up has been made with the classic La Crema mindset: coastal vineyards and artisanal winemaking. Sourced throughout Sonoma County, this wine is made using both oak and stainless steel, providing a wine that is crisp and fruit forward but maintains a classic texture and mouthfeel. Expect aromas and flavors of guava, grapefruit, melon, and orange blossom, with vibrant acidity throughout.
Acclaim
90
points
Wine Enthusiast Magazine
VB 10/2022
A white wine with aromas of guava, passion fruit, and orange blossom are followed by flavors of pomelo, honeydew melon. Wonderful texture and volume with crisp and vibrant acidity.

Aromas

  • Guava Guava
  • Passion Fruit Passion Fruit
  • Orange Blossom Orange Blossom

Flavors

  • Pomelo Pomelo
  • Honeydew Melon Honeydew Melon
  • Exotic Fruit Exotic Fruit
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About La Crema

The original name, La Crema Viñera, means “best of the vine,” setting the winery standard since 1979. The family-owned and operated winery is focused exclusively on cool-climate appellations, from its original home in the Russian River Valley, to Monterey and Oregon’s Willamette Valley. The winemaking team is continually exploring these very special regions—passionate in the belief that they make uniquely expressive and elegant wines. Vineyard site selection and boutique winemaking techniques ensure the consistently distinct, naturally balanced wines we are committed to producing. The La Crema Estate is nestled within the storied Saralee’s Vineyard in the heart of the Russian River Valley. Here, the winery has created a premier destination for unparalleled wine education and culinary explorations.

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