Lot 708 | 2018 Atlas Peak
Apex quality Sauvignon Blanc produced by some of the top winemaking talent in Napa Valley - only 300 cases available!
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- Atlas Peak
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2022
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Lot 708 is sourced from a producer whose winemaking and vineyard teams have a staggering pedigree that boasts experience spanning the globe, from one of the four Bordeaux first growths to local Napa Valley royalty. Like the wines produced from neighboring Stagecoach Vineyard, today’s release showcases the beautiful mountainside fruit concentration and minerality that the appellation is so famous for. At $15/bottle, it’s a full 80% off the original producer’s price.
Intense Atlas Peak mountain top Sauvignon Blanc at its finest – yours for a fifth of the price.
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I was hoping to be able to get more it for the summer but it is already gone...
A bit of citrus but not too much. This Sauvignon is BIG. (well, ... WAS big. Sigh!)
Great wine for summer drinking. Light flavor with a hint of melon.
A nice everyday wine
Wish I'd Ordered More
I could drink this all summer! Fresh, light and perfect for outdoor drinking/dining. I'm disappointed I didn't order more bottles and will be watching to see if it comes back in stock.
Lots of Summer Fruit
This boasts of lots of different summer fruit. Perfect for this time of year.
Citrus and Lime, Yum
Fabulous SB that feels more like a French wine with bigger mouthfeel and minerality. One of my favorites whites from Cam!
Really nice wine, some of the flavors almost over-powering. Delicious notes of guava, passionfruit, melon.
Nice Summer wine
This was a well balanced wine. It was refreshing drink during a hot day.
Great representation of California Sauv Blanc
Not overly ripe, pleasantly dry with glorious flavors of grapefruit and melon. Love to
Drink it again.
Great value SB
Amazing deal. This is my first time trying a CH Wine, and I am pleasantly surprised. This SB takes hints from the New World camp (hints of citrus and grapefruit, grassy pyrazenic qualities, bell pepper, vegetal) but is much less "juicy" than Sauvignon Blancs from New Zealand. Think capri sun, not a bowl of fruit. This wine is racy and lean without any cloying qualities. Dry, medium body, medium+ complexity. I would buy this wine again!