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Sense Of Out Of Place (2018)

2018 Sense Of Out Of Place

53% Sauvignon Blanc • 47% Chardonnay

In ancient times (say, pre-2010), many people thought white wine consisted of either Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay. Sauvignon Blanc was aromatic and rather acidic, Chardonnay was rich and full-bodied. In France, they passed laws saying you could only make Sauvignon Blanc in these places and Chardonnay in those places. Wine snobs everywhere decreed that all wine must exhibit a “sense of place”, and be “varietally correct”. Well, it’s 2019… and things are changing. Nowadays, at least in California, winemakers have more freedom to create innovative, complex white wines that do not conform to the traditional norms. We took full advantage of that to create this wine, which pretty much breaks all the rules. 93 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate; 93 Points – Jeb Dunnuck; Named by Forbes as one of the ``Top Ten Wines For Your Holiday Table``

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