2009 Twenty Rows Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc - 4 Pack

by Wootbot

Sweet, sweet excess

I’m going to need more than four bottles of this Sauvignon Blanc.

Hey listen, I’d like to return this Sauvignon Blanc 4 pack. Well, yeah, of course the four bottles are empty! Did I say I had a problem with the wine itself? No, my problem was that I only got four of them, and unless I read something wrong, I believe I was promised twenty rows of 4 packs, so 80 bottles total. And since you didn’t make good, I’d like a full refund.

What were you thinking? You can’t just give me four bottles of this medium-bodied sauvignon blanc, with its flavors of succulent melon, ripe pear, and fresh lemon grass mingling together. I want acres of melon patches, whole orchards of ripe pears, field after field of lemon grass. Fresh lime peel? Subtle mineral quality? What about giving me enough bottles to make several whole lime rinds? Or a mine’s worth of mineral deposits? Yeah, I could taste the layers of honeysuckle and tangerine, but I want enough layers to build an entire tangerine and honeysuckle planet!

So, I’d like my 39.99 back now, unless, of course, you’d like to make good on your initial promise of the twenty rows…

2009 Twenty Rows Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc

  • Grapes Harvested in September
  • Brix:  23.5%
  • 500 Cases Produced
  • Released May 1, 2010
  • Blend:  100% Sauvignon Blanc 
  •  Appellation:  Napa, Pope Valley
  • Fermentation:  Temperature controlled stainless steel
  • Alcohol: 13.4%

Succulent melon, ripe pear and fresh lemon grass mingle together in this medium-bodied Sauvignon Blanc. Fresh lime peel complements the subtle mineral quality while added layers of tangerine and honeysuckle round out this crisp, aromatic wine.


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