Georgia is grown on a three acre, dry-farmed estate vineyard in Yountville. This exquisite, Graves-style (dry white Bordeaux) Sauvignon Blanc is fermented and aged in 100% French oak barrels for eighteen months. It displays unprecedented depth and complexity, amazing texture, and a long lingering finish. Lail Vineyards was the first winery in the New World to produce a Sauvignon Blanc in this complex and captivating style, beginning with the 2002 vintage. The proprietary name celebrates the first member of the sixth generation of our family’s winemaking in Napa Valley, Georgia Eileen. It has been called by a leading wine writer”…California’s most complex and multi-dimensional Sauvignon Blanc.”
“ Seamless, seductive and beguiling, Lail's 2019 Georgia Sauvignon Blanc is medium straw color. It positively tap dances across the palate with pure flavors of tangerine, pamplemousse, and lemongrass. The flavors include honeysuckle, orange blossom, and apricot. There are the hallmark Georgia expressions of minerality, white truffle and toasted coconut filling out the remarkably long and energetic finish. This is another Georgia that flirts with perfection.”
— Philippe Melka & Maayan Koschitzky, Winemakers
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