This classic white Bordeaux-style Sauvignon Blanc of medium body is
delicious on its own as well as the perfect complement to salads, light flaky
fish, and any savory first course. A lively nose of kiwi, pink grapefruit and a
hint of lychee leads to a grassy, flinty ensemble on the palate. Cleansing and
whetting the palate between bites, this pleaser offsets the spice in Thai
cuisine. It also goes well with cream chowders, Münster cheese, Caesar Salad,
smoked salmon, lobster, French onion soup, brie, grilled asparagus spears,
and spinach salad.