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Kent Rasmussen Esoterica 2010 Sauvignon Blanc - 3 Pack

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Kent Rasmussen Esoterica 2010 Sauvignon Blanc - 3 Pack
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cpugo


quality posts: 1 Private Messages cpugo

And here I just this very night told two separate people that there was NO way wine.woot would put yet another white up in the next few days. Don't regret being the second sucker!

ratnikov


quality posts: 11 Private Messages ratnikov

This looks very interesting. I am a big fan of Kent's Roussanne and am really looking forward to trying his rose. However, I cannot quite picture Sauvignon Blanc together with the round mouthfeel and elegance that I loved in Roussanne Esoterica. I guess I'm torn.... help?

natergatorfan


quality posts: 1 Private Messages natergatorfan

Kent Rasmussen and my favorite white varietal?

Yes please, in for 2.

KRWINE


quality posts: 35 Private Messages KRWINE

Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.

So, today we are offering the 3rd (and final) offering of Esoterica whitish wines, my 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. I am writing now as I will only have a couple of minutes in the morning to respond to questions before I get on a plane for a trip with my son to the "rust belt"….a fine way to spend a vacation….Detroit, Flint, Cleveland, Toledo and Pittsburgh. It will finally give me a chance to see who all those people I am constantly voting against really are…..but that isn't point of this note.

This SB was an experiment for me. Celia and I spent three weeks in New Zealand last year and did a lot of wine tasting. I loved the Pinots on the South Island, but even more, I thought that what they were doing with Sauvignon Blanc in the North was fabulous. Some of you may remember, back in the late 80's and early 90s I made a huge name for myself with Sauvignon Blanc…..a rich barrel fermented full-of-cat-pea SB that was completely over the top. Huge ratings, lots of puffs, and so on. By the mid-90s we were still getting the scores, but nobody was buying the wine…..and, with some sadness, I quit making it. That said, my tastes changed too and while that style still held a tiny bit of water for me with Chardonnay, I found that the SBs I really enjoyed were far more austere, flinty and mineraly….not butterbombs. In New Zealand last year I thought…." I wonder if I could make this kind of wine with California SB?" With this wine, I gave it a try.

So, what I did….I approached a SB grower that I know and asked him if I could differentially pick his vineyard for the LEAST RIPE grapes…..he thought I was crazy, but was more than happy to comply. The clone that he grows is the Sauvignon Musque clone that has the tiniest bit of Muscat character (a compound called Linolool (great Scrabble word by the by). We night harvest these grapes and brought them into the winery absolute ice cold. Immediately we whole-cluster pressed them and the juice went to tank very cold. Fermentation was at 51 degrees (just high enough to keep the yeast alive). The fermentation took about 6 weeks. As soon as fermentation was over I racked the wine and a few weeks later bottled it. The result was fantastic….it was exactly what I had wanted…..huge bright fruit, tight clean acidity, wonderful clarity of SB character…..a total success.

All the above said…..if you want the perfect clean, crisp, refreshing, fruity, steely and absolutely beautiful SB….buy this wine. If you want Chardonnay…..don't buy this wine.

As I always say….I hope that you enjoy it, but this time….I think you probably will….and I still don't understand why the bottles are up-side-down!!!!!!

All the best, Kent

kylemittskus


quality posts: 229 Private Messages kylemittskus
ratnikov wrote:This looks very interesting. I am a big fan of Kent's Roussanne and am really looking forward to trying his rose. However, I cannot quite picture Sauvignon Blanc together with the round mouthfeel and elegance that I loved in Roussanne Esoterica. I guess I'm torn.... help?



SB shouldn't have that same mouthfeel or flavor profile or taste or smell as Roussanne. Totally different varietal from a totally different originating region (Bordeaux vs. Rhone). You won't find the same characteristics because you shouldn't.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

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michaelvella


quality posts: 12 Private Messages michaelvella
KRWINE wrote:Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.

So, today we are offering the 3rd (and final) offering of Esoterica whitish wines, my 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. I am writing now as I will only have a couple of minutes in the morning to respond to questions before I get on a plane for a trip with my son to the "rust belt"….a fine way to spend a vacation….Detroit, Flint, Cleveland, Toledo and Pittsburgh. It will finally give me a chance to see who all those people I am constantly voting against really are…..but that isn't point of this note.

This SB was an experiment for me. Celia and I spent three weeks in New Zealand last year and did a lot of wine tasting. I loved the Pinots on the South Island, but even more, I thought that what they were doing with Sauvignon Blanc in the North was fabulous. Some of you may remember, back in the late 80's and early 90s I made a huge name for myself with Sauvignon Blanc…..a rich barrel fermented full-of-cat-pea SB that was completely over the top. Huge ratings, lots of puffs, and so on. By the mid-90s we were still getting the scores, but nobody was buying the wine…..and, with some sadness, I quit making it. That said, my tastes changed too and while that style still held a tiny bit of water for me with Chardonnay, I found that the SBs I really enjoyed were far more austere, flinty and mineraly….not butterbombs. In New Zealand last year I thought…." I wonder if I could make this kind of wine with California SB?" With this wine, I gave it a try.

So, what I did….I approached a SB grower that I know and asked him if I could differentially pick his vineyard for the LEAST RIPE grapes…..he thought I was crazy, but was more than happy to comply. The clone that he grows is the Sauvignon Musque clone that has the tiniest bit of Muscat character (a compound called Linolool (great Scrabble word by the by). We night harvest these grapes and brought them into the winery absolute ice cold. Immediately we whole-cluster pressed them and the juice went to tank very cold. Fermentation was at 51 degrees (just high enough to keep the yeast alive). The fermentation took about 6 weeks. As soon as fermentation was over I racked the wine and a few weeks later bottled it. The result was fantastic….it was exactly what I had wanted…..huge bright fruit, tight clean acidity, wonderful clarity of SB character…..a total success.

All the above said…..if you want the perfect clean, crisp, refreshing, fruity, steely and absolutely beautiful SB….buy this wine. If you want Chardonnay…..don't buy this wine.

As I always say….I hope that you enjoy it, but this time….I think you probably will….and I still don't understand why the bottles are up-side-down!!!!!!

All the best, Kent



Good enough for me, dude. SB is my all time favorite white, and if you feel you shot for the southern hemisphere good stuff and hit the target, I'm gonna press the button.

bsevern


quality posts: 109 Private Messages bsevern
KRWINE wrote: I made a huge name for myself with Sauvignon Blanc…..a rich barrel fermented full-of-cat-pea SB that was completely over the top.



Are we talking $47 bones for cat pee or over the top tropical fruit goodness?

I hope we see some of your Pinot make an appearance here this year

Also what's the drinking window on your Sauvignon Blanc?

diannap


quality posts: 7 Private Messages diannap
KRWINE wrote:Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.

So, today we are offering the 3rd (and final) offering of Esoterica whitish wines, my 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. I am writing now as I will only have a couple of minutes in the morning to respond to questions before I get on a plane for a trip with my son to the "rust belt"….a fine way to spend a vacation….Detroit, Flint, Cleveland, Toledo and Pittsburgh. It will finally give me a chance to see who all those people I am constantly voting against really are…..but that isn't point of this note.

This SB was an experiment for me. Celia and I spent three weeks in New Zealand last year and did a lot of wine tasting. I loved the Pinots on the South Island, but even more, I thought that what they were doing with Sauvignon Blanc in the North was fabulous. Some of you may remember, back in the late 80's and early 90s I made a huge name for myself with Sauvignon Blanc…..a rich barrel fermented full-of-cat-pea SB that was completely over the top. Huge ratings, lots of puffs, and so on. By the mid-90s we were still getting the scores, but nobody was buying the wine…..and, with some sadness, I quit making it. That said, my tastes changed too and while that style still held a tiny bit of water for me with Chardonnay, I found that the SBs I really enjoyed were far more austere, flinty and mineraly….not butterbombs. In New Zealand last year I thought…." I wonder if I could make this kind of wine with California SB?" With this wine, I gave it a try.

So, what I did….I approached a SB grower that I know and asked him if I could differentially pick his vineyard for the LEAST RIPE grapes…..he thought I was crazy, but was more than happy to comply. The clone that he grows is the Sauvignon Musque clone that has the tiniest bit of Muscat character (a compound called Linolool (great Scrabble word by the by). We night harvest these grapes and brought them into the winery absolute ice cold. Immediately we whole-cluster pressed them and the juice went to tank very cold. Fermentation was at 51 degrees (just high enough to keep the yeast alive). The fermentation took about 6 weeks. As soon as fermentation was over I racked the wine and a few weeks later bottled it. The result was fantastic….it was exactly what I had wanted…..huge bright fruit, tight clean acidity, wonderful clarity of SB character…..a total success.

All the above said…..if you want the perfect clean, crisp, refreshing, fruity, steely and absolutely beautiful SB….buy this wine. If you want Chardonnay…..don't buy this wine.

As I always say….I hope that you enjoy it, but this time….I think you probably will….and I still don't understand why the bottles are up-side-down!!!!!!

All the best, Kent



Kent,

You are a very good salesman, plus I have a special place in my home for Rasmussen wines! My very first lab rat experience was a bottle of Kent Rasmussen Pinot, and my subsequent order contains a bottle you signed which I have displayed in the cellar.

When I choose white, my go-to is Sauvignon Blanc, and your description sounds right up my alley. In for 3! Cheers!

crabpuff


quality posts: 0 Private Messages crabpuff

Did anyone else just start to receive these wine.woot daily digests again, out of the blue? This is costing me a fortune.

Kent Rasmussen Esoterica 2010 Sauvignon Blanc - 3 Pack

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chipgreen


quality posts: 184 Private Messages chipgreen
KRWINE wrote:Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.



Hi Kent,

If you are going to be in the Cleveland area August 5th-6th, I hope you get a chance to check out the Vintage Ohio wine festival at Lake Farmpark in Kirtland.

25 local wineries will be participating this year. I'd love to hear your take on Ohio wines sometime in the future!

Vintage Ohio website

EDIT: Last wooter to woot: chipgreen

noslensj


quality posts: 42 Private Messages noslensj

Dangit!!! This comes up a few days before we leave town for three weeks. Otherwise I'd be in.

mikop168


quality posts: 9 Private Messages mikop168

Couldn't resist. In for 3!

Kent Rasmussen Esoterica 2010 Sauvignon Blanc - 3 Pack
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keithnowak7


quality posts: 11 Private Messages keithnowak7
chipgreen wrote:Ohio wines.



Do you want him to revoke his Ohio license? Don't encourage him to taste our swill. Really, I am only semi serious. I haven't tried all, but the Ohio wines I have had have been atrocious. I enjoy dry reds first and foremost, so if you have any to recommend that are decent, I am all ears. Otherwise, I just group it all into the "Oh, you like alcohol called wine? Here, try this" category.

debchan


quality posts: 2 Private Messages debchan

In for three. I'm going to need another wine fridge.

MountainWoman


quality posts: 0 Private Messages MountainWoman

So once again I quickly hit the buy button without looking to see if it could ship to Vermont. Of course I did this because I just received an Esoterica shipment of Roussanne less than a month ago. Is it possible that Vermont has been left off the list by mistake? Please? I want this!

HeartbreakRidge


quality posts: 7 Private Messages HeartbreakRidge

Well, since the wife has been bugging me for some woot Whites, and words like steely and flinty seem to guarantee none of the oakiness she dislikes, I'm in!

ahacker


quality posts: 0 Private Messages ahacker
KRWINE wrote:Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.

So, today we are offering the 3rd (and final) offering of Esoterica whitish wines, my 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. I am writing now as I will only have a couple of minutes in the morning to respond to questions before I get on a plane for a trip with my son to the "rust belt"….a fine way to spend a vacation….Detroit, Flint, Cleveland, Toledo and Pittsburgh. It will finally give me a chance to see who all those people I am constantly voting against really are…..but that isn't point of this note.

This SB was an experiment for me. Celia and I spent three weeks in New Zealand last year and did a lot of wine tasting. I loved the Pinots on the South Island, but even more, I thought that what they were doing with Sauvignon Blanc in the North was fabulous. Some of you may remember, back in the late 80's and early 90s I made a huge name for myself with Sauvignon Blanc…..a rich barrel fermented full-of-cat-pea SB that was completely over the top. Huge ratings, lots of puffs, and so on. By the mid-90s we were still getting the scores, but nobody was buying the wine…..and, with some sadness, I quit making it. That said, my tastes changed too and while that style still held a tiny bit of water for me with Chardonnay, I found that the SBs I really enjoyed were far more austere, flinty and mineraly….not butterbombs. In New Zealand last year I thought…." I wonder if I could make this kind of wine with California SB?" With this wine, I gave it a try.

So, what I did….I approached a SB grower that I know and asked him if I could differentially pick his vineyard for the LEAST RIPE grapes…..he thought I was crazy, but was more than happy to comply. The clone that he grows is the Sauvignon Musque clone that has the tiniest bit of Muscat character (a compound called Linolool (great Scrabble word by the by). We night harvest these grapes and brought them into the winery absolute ice cold. Immediately we whole-cluster pressed them and the juice went to tank very cold. Fermentation was at 51 degrees (just high enough to keep the yeast alive). The fermentation took about 6 weeks. As soon as fermentation was over I racked the wine and a few weeks later bottled it. The result was fantastic….it was exactly what I had wanted…..huge bright fruit, tight clean acidity, wonderful clarity of SB character…..a total success.

All the above said…..if you want the perfect clean, crisp, refreshing, fruity, steely and absolutely beautiful SB….buy this wine. If you want Chardonnay…..don't buy this wine.

As I always say….I hope that you enjoy it, but this time….I think you probably will….and I still don't understand why the bottles are up-side-down!!!!!!

All the best, Kent


You convinced me! In for one!

rjquillin


quality posts: 170 Private Messages rjquillin

Waited and missed the last one, not this time,
in 4 2. Last Wooter To Woot: rjquillin

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BlackCauldron


quality posts: 0 Private Messages BlackCauldron

Kent said hi. That's all I needed to know to order it. He had me at hello. He had me at hello!

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Oh, poor miserable Gurgi deserves fierce smackings and whackings on his poor, tender head. Always left with no munchings and crunchings.

cheron98


quality posts: 123 Private Messages cheron98

Hey all,

I am going to be phasing out the EWN service. I don't have the time or resources to commit to it anymore, and as you can tell, I've been doing a crap job of getting alerts out for anything.

I don't have time to put together the spreadsheets that generate the incredible offers list, so that one has pretty much been defunct for a while now. And with woot putting out their own daily newsletter with the current offers for each day, combined with the plethora of other, more reliable services out there, I just don't see the need to have the EWN thing anymore.

Going forward, if people want to be alerted about wine.woot offers, I encourage you to check out wootalyzer and sign up for their text alerts - they are pretty good, and very quick, about getting the text out as or just before each new item pops up during a wootoff. They're actually the service I use to keep up for passing on to the EWN lists. So it's just silly - people should use that instead.

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Thank you for using the service, and I am sorry we fell massively short of anyone's expectations for it (including my own).

I saw HitAnyKey42 on wine.woot! and clicked "I want one!"

suchym


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[quote postid="4576868" user="KRWINE"]Hi all of you wine.wooters. This is Kent.

OK...nicely done...great description...I'm in!

richardhod


quality posts: 261 Private Messages richardhod

Can't beat a good SB. Missed the rosé, but not this. Kent is one of the winemakers with deep knowledge and true sophistication and craft in California.

Los Angeles, who's in for a comparative SB tasting next week (if it arrives by then)?

My sauvignon blanc stash now includes
KR
Wellington
Schug
Some others I'm sure I can remember...

Who's up?

rpm


quality posts: 170 Private Messages rpm

Another auto-buy. This is getting to be a Rasmussen Fest! Only my wallet complains!

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Pull lots of corks!
Remember what you taste!

Wodinn


quality posts: 3 Private Messages Wodinn
MountainWoman wrote:So once again I quickly hit the buy button without looking to see if it could ship to Vermont. Of course I did this because I just received an Esoterica shipment of Roussanne less than a month ago. Is it possible that Vermont has been left off the list by mistake? Please? I want this!


the last offering from kent was also excluding vermont. it could be due to some recent tax laws coming out of the legislature.

StarM


quality posts: 19 Private Messages StarM

I really, really want to buy this wine -- but am absolutely scared to death of the summer shipping issues. 3 cooked bottles already & I just hate to waste wine. Will be visiting KRV when we're in Napa next week; hopefully can hand carry a case or two home (trying out my new wine case checked luggage carrier).

Wine.woot should look into selling them on a Gift Thursday.

"We hear of the conversion of water into wine at the marriage in Cana as of a miracle. But this conversion is, through the goodness of God, made every day before our eyes. Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, and which incorporates itself with the grapes, to be changed into wine; a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy." Benjamin Franklin

StarM


quality posts: 19 Private Messages StarM
cheron98 wrote:Hey all, . . .



Thank you for all the great info you have provided the WW community over the last years. I know I have found it to be very useful and well-done in the two years I've been a wooter.

Cheers!

"We hear of the conversion of water into wine at the marriage in Cana as of a miracle. But this conversion is, through the goodness of God, made every day before our eyes. Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, and which incorporates itself with the grapes, to be changed into wine; a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy." Benjamin Franklin

woopdedoo


quality posts: 35 Private Messages woopdedoo

Sounds just what I like in a SB - thanks Kent for making it.

tytiger58


quality posts: 74 Private Messages tytiger58

1. An excellent winemaker.

2. A varietal that I love when done well.

3. Summer.

4. Sounds like Sancerre with California fruit.

5. Last wooter to woot: tytiger58

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BrendaRichardson


quality posts: 4 Private Messages BrendaRichardson
KRWINE wrote:and I still don't understand why the bottles are up-side-down!!!!!!

All the best, Kent



Why, to keep the corks wet, of course :D

chipgreen


quality posts: 184 Private Messages chipgreen
keithnowak7 wrote:Do you want him to revoke his Ohio license? Don't encourage him to taste our swill. Really, I am only semi serious. I haven't tried all, but the Ohio wines I have had have been atrocious. I enjoy dry reds first and foremost, so if you have any to recommend that are decent, I am all ears. Otherwise, I just group it all into the "Oh, you like alcohol called wine? Here, try this" category.



Being from the Cleveland area, the majority of OH wines I've had are from NE Ohio - mostly from wineries located near Lake Erie.

With similar growing conditions to upstate New York and Northern Michigan, the whites are easily a notch or two above the reds IMO.

Riesling, Catawba, Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, Cayuga, Niagra, Gewurstraminer, etc. seem to represent the region well.

For local reds, I usually stick with Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon. My recommendation for a dry OH red would be the Cabernet Franc from either Ferrante or Debonne. You might also like the Claret from John Christ. Although I haven't tried it, the Cabernet Franc from Klingshirn was a "2010 Ohio Wine Gold Medal Winner".

EDIT: All 4 of the above mentioned wineries will be represented at the Vintage Ohio Wine Festival this coming weekend.

cheron98


quality posts: 123 Private Messages cheron98
StarM wrote:Thank you for all the great info you have provided the WW community over the last years. I know I have found it to be very useful and well-done in the two years I've been a wooter.

Cheers!



Oh I'm not going anywhere, just not running EWN anymore I still have my rats to pack each week, at some point, when I find 30 free minutes...

I saw HitAnyKey42 on wine.woot! and clicked "I want one!"

HitAnyKey42


quality posts: 29 Private Messages HitAnyKey42

No way I could ever pass up KR. 3 sets now ordered. (somewhere between 3-5 bottles for me after splitting)

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WV69


quality posts: 2 Private Messages WV69

Wow, been a while since I've been on here, but I can't resist a clean, crisp, SB with good minerality, and from Kent no less! Nice...

JOATMON


quality posts: 19 Private Messages JOATMON
cheron98 wrote:Hey all,

I am going to be phasing out the EWN service. I don't have the time or resources to commit to it anymore.



Thank you for running the service all these years. I'm sure it helped lots of folks.

People's lives do hie off in various directions, and you are certainly no exception to that. Moving to LI and exploring a new relationship would, I hope, keep you busy and happy.

Juvie: 30+24+4; Sellout: 6+7+0
Rags: 3+2+3
Drunk: 69+94+15 wine, 20+29+4 non-wine
Rugrat: 0+0+0; Refunded: 2+3+1
(as of 2011-03-02)

JOATMON


quality posts: 19 Private Messages JOATMON

I went in for two. It sounds like my kind of SB.

Juvie: 30+24+4; Sellout: 6+7+0
Rags: 3+2+3
Drunk: 69+94+15 wine, 20+29+4 non-wine
Rugrat: 0+0+0; Refunded: 2+3+1
(as of 2011-03-02)

lipophilia


quality posts: 11 Private Messages lipophilia

Aaaaarrrrrrggggghhhhh ...
Was about to order and only then noticed that CT is a no-go for this one. I can't even send it to my friend in MA.
It's a sad day in the nutmeg state.

michaepf


quality posts: 20 Private Messages michaepf

In for three, with 6 bottles sold to co-workers. Looking forward to them!

My Cellar, totally out of date. Useful, I know.

HitAnyKey42


quality posts: 29 Private Messages HitAnyKey42

Kent, I like to input in CellarTracker a valuation somewhat equivalent to the retail cost if I were to buy it direct (or outside of woot). Since I can't find your page for this one on your website, could you let us know what you sell this one for?
Also, what is your price of the Roussanne? I don't seem to have entered that one. I might actually be opening a Roussanne tonight at dinner with my parents.

Thanks.

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