$6 CARTA VIEJA CHILE ‘18
-our best selling Sauvignon Blanc. Great bang for the buck.
$10 THRESHER CHILE ‘18
$10 LA FLEUR DES PINS, LANGUEDOC, FRANCE ‘18
$10 MAHU, CHILE '18
Mahu was born because of winemaker Pablo Morandé’s efforts to achieve recognition for each appellation in Chile. These are value driven wines from one of the most talented winemakers in South America. The Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from the Casablanca Valley, where the soils allow for the distinct minerality and structure in this wine.
$11 LINE 39, CALIFORNIA '17
$12 LEESE FITCH, CALIFORNIA ‘17
$12 SAND POINT, LODI, CALIFORNIA ‘17
-This Sauvignon Blanc has focused aromas of bright green apple and vibrant citrus notes that are softened by a mellow melon character. The lively aroma carries through to the palate as lemon zest flavors melded with slight tropical fruit undertones. The crisp finish makes this a refreshing wine from beginning to end.
$12 VIGNOBLE GIBAULT , LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘17 O/S
-With a pale yellow color, this wine is expressed intensely on white flowers with a hint of citrus. The palate combines flexibility, scale and finesse on blackcurrant bud notes. The finish is fresh and minty. Very aromatic wine with a long finish. Aged in stainless steel tanks and fiber.
$12 BARNARD GRIFFIN, COLUMBIA VALLEY, WASHINGTON '16
$12 FOUCHER-LEBRUN “PETIT LE MONT”, LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘18
Made from organically farmed vineyards on the edge of the Touraine territory, this racy and energetic Sauvignon Blanc is the baby brother to the Foucher Sancerre Le Mont. Yet another astonishing Loire value from Maison Foucher.
$13 SILENI, MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND ‘18
$13 ECHEVERRIA “Reserva” CENTRAL VALLEY, CHILE ‘18
$13 SEA PEARL, MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND ‘18
Sea Pearl Sauvignon Blanc is named after this New Zealand treasure Crafted from fruit grown in the southern Wairau River valleys of Marlborough, within close proximity to the sea. This vineyard takes a purist approach to winemaking, making certain the vineyards are in perfect condition and harvesting at optimum ripeness, letting the fruit express itself with minimal intervention in the winery.
$13 TE HENGA, MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND ‘17
The clean, green, unspoiled environment of New Zealand is nowhere epitomised better than at Te Henga - the wild and rugged surf beach on Auckland’s West Coast. The Maori named this beach Te Henga for the way the sand dunes formed, like the upturned hull of a canoe. The beauty and romance of this beach have been captured and are reflected in our wines. Te Henga Wines are a pure expression of New Zealand.
$12 MASSEY DACTA. MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND '18
-his is our new "go to" Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc-great value 100% ESTATE BOTTLED
$12 TERRE GAIE “KALIS” VENETO, ITALY ‘17
-absolutely fabulous sauvignon from the vento!
$15 CHATEAU ST.JEAN, CALIFORNIA ‘16
$14 CHARME DE LOIRE, TOURAINE, LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE “17
$15 MOHUA, MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND '17
$16 DOMAINE MARC PLOUZEREAU,CHINON, LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘18
-Since the takeover of the vineyard from his father in 1999, Marc goes into organic farming in order to respect the environment, protect her health and that of its employees and give the wines the spirit of their land. Today the vineyard of 20 ha is divided into three types of soil (gravel, Clay limestone and flint clay) that give rise to very different wines.
$16 BABICH “Black Label”, MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND ‘17
$17 KLEIN CONSANTIA, CONSTANTIA, SOUTH AFRICA '17
-wow! Absolutely fantastic South African Sauvignon Blanc
$19 ALAN SCOTT , MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND '18
$22 DOMAINE REVERDY-DUCROUX “Vigne de Silex” LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘17
$25 DOMAINE VINCENT VATAN POUILLY FUME “SILEX”, LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘15
The grapes that go into Domaine Vincent Vatan come from all the different types of soils found around Pouilly. This gives the Vatan family a great deal of freedom when putting their blends together, and as a result, their wines are balanced and very typical of the appellation.
$27 LUCIEN CROCHET SANCERRE, LOIRE VALLEY, FRANCE ‘17
$27 MARC DESCHAMPS POUILLY FUME "LES PORCHERONNES" '15