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Having very specific eating habits requires a very specific drink.
Every night I sit down to a tuna nicoise salad covered in goat cheese, topped with crunchy French bread sprinkles. On the side, I have two pieces of watermelon.
For the past several months, when not eating my favorite meal, I've been searching for a wine that will pair with my exquisite tastes.
The Project Paso Sauvignon Blanc solved everything. When I saw that it paired well with all of my favorite foods, I knew that it would pair well with eating all of them at the same time.
Its citrus key lime and grapefruit flavors go perfectly with each taste of succulent goat cheese-coated salmon dripping in watermelon juice. I would even go so far as to say that the lemon and grass aromas heighten the already incredible moment when I get a green bean with a watermelon seed teetering on top.
I used to sit at the dinner table, enjoying these meals but feeling like something was missing, feeling like my evening was incomplete, but thanks to the Project Paso Sauvignon Blanc, I can drink and dine in perfect harmony.
The Project Paso Sauvignon Blanc has classic varietal aromas of lemon and grass, with hints of honey and lime from a small percentage of Semillon. A white grape often blended with Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon lends extra complexity and a hint of richness to the mouthfeel. On the palate, flavors of Meyer lemon marmalade come together with the citrus zing of key lime and grapefruit, mellowed by green apple notes in the background. Great structure and length come from the integrated acidity of this wine, and the transition from sweet fruit to zippy finish is fresh and crowd-pleasing.
Pair this Paso Robles Sauvignon Blanc with summer salads and soft cheeses, such as a tuna nicoise salad or a goat cheese, watermelon, and greens salad with a citrus vinaigrette. Zesty goat cheese spread on a crust of fresh bread would also make a great match with the bright flavors of this Central Coast wine.
Mark from Don Sebastiani & Sons shares some great history about how this wine was created.
Winery Retail Price: $90.00
Average Shipping: $24.00
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Total MSRP: $109.00
Winemaker: Michelle McClendon
Appellation: Paso Robles
Acid: 0.65 g/100mL
Don Sebastiani & Sons
Don, Donny, & August Sebastiani
The Don & Sons Winemaking Process
At Don Sebastiani & Sons, we strive to produce quality wine at an approachable price, regardless of the outcome of a particular growing season. Our winemaker Greg Kitchens works to create great wines that our customers identify as a reliable purchase. Kitchens has developed a distinctive character for each one of our brands. Each wine's individual profile evolves with changes in established vineyard relationships, available fruit and flavor trends in the industry. Our winemaking approach at Don Sebastiani & Sons is to consistently create noteworthy wines in a style which is recognizably our own.
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