Rating 92
Style White
Variety
Vintage 2021
Appellation
Virginia
USA
ABV 12%
Price $24.00  Buy This Wine
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Reviewed 2022-07-19

Perfect For

Drinking Outside the Lines, Summer Sipping, Wine And Cheese Night

Drink If You Like

Assyrtiko, Sauvignon Blanc , Verdejo

Stinson Vineyards 2021 Sauvignon Blanc 2021 Review

Virginia is here! The Commonwealth has been making wine since the 17th century, but it’s the winemakers of today, right now, in the hills and shores of the state that are breathing new life into its wine country. Rachel Stinson Vrooman and her husband Nathan Vrooman make wine out of a three-car garage on the property of a historic colonial house. It’s a small operation, and the results are just awesome. This is a new style of Savvy B. A Monticello style with a waxy nose of subtle melon aroma along with the dry, sweetness of peach skin. There is a lively channel of acidity running through the body of the wine, giving it a comfortable grip on the palate. It is so well-balanced, you may be surprised when the bottle is done. So maybe grab a couple.

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Stinson Vineyards 2021 Sauvignon Blanc 2021
Virginia is here! The Commonwealth has been making wine since the 17th century, but it’s the winemakers of today, right now, in the hills and shores of the state that are breathing new life into its wine country. Rachel Stinson Vrooman and her husband Nathan Vrooman make wine out of a three-car garage on the property of a historic colonial house. It’s a small operation, and the results are just awesome. This is a new style of Savvy B. A Monticello style with a waxy nose of subtle melon aroma along with the dry, sweetness of peach skin. There is a lively channel of acidity running through the body of the wine, giving it a comfortable grip on the palate. It is so well-balanced, you may be surprised when the bottle is done. So maybe grab a couple.

Reviewed On: 07-19-2022
92
POINTS
Stinson Vineyards 2021 Sauvignon Blanc 2021
Virginia is here! The Commonwealth has been making wine since the 17th century, but it’s the winemakers of today, right now, in the hills and shores of the state that are breathing new life into its wine country. Rachel Stinson Vrooman and her husband Nathan Vrooman make wine out of a three-car garage on the property of a historic colonial house. It’s a small operation, and the results are just awesome. This is a new style of Savvy B. A Monticello style with a waxy nose of subtle melon aroma along with the dry, sweetness of peach skin. There is a lively channel of acidity running through the body of the wine, giving it a comfortable grip on the palate. It is so well-balanced, you may be surprised when the bottle is done. So maybe grab a couple.

Reviewed On: 07-19-2022